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*Email [[looking old]] — [[The Three Keepers of Trogdor]] would rather bake some [[Crustly Guarded Bread]] than reveal Strong Bad's age.
*Email [[looking old]] — [[The Three Keepers of Trogdor]] would rather bake some [[Crustly Guarded Bread]] than reveal Strong Bad's age.
*Email [[fan club]] — Strong Bad ends the intro with, "Strong Bad Email, make us some toast!"
*Email [[fan club]] — Strong Bad ends the intro with, "Strong Bad Email, make us some toast!"
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*[[Marzipan's Answering Machine Version 15.2]] — The Cheat (via Strong Bad) attempts to prank call Marzipan by telling her she's a "facewich", which Strong Bad guesses might mean "like between two pieces of bread".
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*[[Marzipan's Answering Machine Version 14.2]] — The Cheat (via Strong Bad) attempts to prank call Marzipan by telling her she's a "facewich", which Strong Bad guesses might mean "like between two pieces of bread".
*[[Homestar Ruiner]] — The [[King of Town]] claims he was lured away from a tray of [[cold cuts]] and mini-Breads, and is in no mood to talk.
*[[Homestar Ruiner]] — The [[King of Town]] claims he was lured away from a tray of [[cold cuts]] and mini-Breads, and is in no mood to talk.
*Email [[your edge]] — The second cover for "Have Edge Times Magazine" includes the text "Old Bread".
*Email [[your edge]] — The second cover for "Have Edge Times Magazine" includes the text "Old Bread".

Revision as of 20:43, 13 June 2009

"...bread is a good time for everybody."

Bread, in its many varieties, seems to be a highly popular commodity in Free Country, USA and is a favorite of Homestar Runner in particular. Some of Homestar's involvement with bread occurs in particularly unusual contexts, notably his decision to hold "Bread Sing-Alongs". Also unusual are some similes he has made involving bread, such as his statement that he and Pom Pom are like "two breads and a biscuit" and that he felt "as fresh as a bagel". At Flashforward Seattle 2006, Mike Chapman demonstrated drawing in Flash by spending 10 minutes drawing a piece of toast.

Appearances

Moldy bread

  • Fortune Cookies — One of the fortunes reads "Why not try some moldy bread. You might not vomit."
  • Thy Dungeonman II — You have to keep eating moldy bread to keep the plague from killing you.
  • Email do over — Homestar offers his version of "The Cheatcakes", which is actually a paper bag labeled "Moldy Bread, Guys".

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