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*'''[[lunch special]]''' — Strong Bad says, "Well, looks like ol' Strong Mad has finally hit the Information Superhighway like a flaming sack o' crap."
*'''[[lunch special]]''' — Strong Bad says, "Well, looks like ol' Strong Mad has finally hit the Information Superhighway like a flaming sack o' crap."
*'''[[for kids]]''' — Strong Bad believes that kids raised on [[Homsar|Homsar's]] show ''[[Whaddaya Know, Haddi-Man?]]'' (calling it "that crap") will be held back, repeat the first grade, and get low standardized test scores.
*'''[[for kids]]''' — Strong Bad believes that kids raised on [[Homsar|Homsar's]] show ''[[Whaddaya Know, Haddi-Man?]]'' (calling it "that crap") will be held back, repeat the first grade, and get low standardized test scores.
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*'''[[long pants]]''' — Strong Bad asks Clanky how he's supposed to get "this crap" (the correction fluid) off of his computer screen.
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*'''[[long pants]]''' — Strong Bad asks "Clanky" how he's supposed to get "this crap" (the correction fluid) off of his computer screen.
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Revision as of 17:49, 8 January 2006

This article is about the word itself. For the substance The Poopsmith shovels, see Whatsit.

The word "crap" is a prominent part of the Homestar Runner universe. The word itself is often used as a substitute for vulgarity, and it often describes things that Strong Bad and other characters find stupid or offensive. In addition, Strong Bad has become infamous for the phrase "Holy crap!", an exclamation he frequently used early in his evolution, but not so much today.

Contents

Holy Crap! and Other Exclamations

Big Toons

  • A Jumping Jack Contest — When he is discovered cheating in the jumping jack contest, Strong Bad says "Oh! Holy... crap."
  • The Reddest Radish — After hitting a can that Homestar kicked and sending his stolen radish flying, Strong Bad shouts "Holy crap!" and runs after it. A few seconds later, his after-image also shouts "Holy crap!" and dashes off.
  • The Luau — After welcoming Strong Mad and The Cheat to his party, Strong Bad says "Oh crap!! I forgot the wood!"
  • Strong Bad is in Jail Cartoon — When Homestar Runner discovers him after escaping from jail, Strong Bad says "Aww, holy crap! I thought I smelled bacon!"

Holiday Toons

Strong Bad Email

  • the bird — While talking to Pom Pom, Strong Bad says "Oh crap, I should probably check my email."
  • action figure — While playing with his action figure, Strong Bad says "Hey Homestar, get away from here! Holy crap!"
  • personal favorites — One of Strong Bad's favorite emails is where a viewer asks what his favorite phrase is. An early version of Strong Bad replies, "I like-a to say, holy crap!"
  • impression — In complimenting The Cheat's costume, Coach Z says "Holy crap! It's as if Strong Sad were still alive and with us today!"
  • time capsule — Strong Bad says "Holy gosh! It worked!" when Homestar rings his doorbell. Later in the email, he yells "CRAP!" when his "groupies and royalties" fail to arrive.
  • lady...ing — In the style of Marshmallow's Last Stand, an early version of Strong Bad says "Holy crap" several times, seemingly for no reason.

Other

What the Crap?

In addition to "Holy crap!", various forms of "What the crap?" are also popular.

Strong Bad Email

  • brianrietta — When he realizes he's responding to Brian, Strong Bad yells "hey... BRIAN!? What the crap?" before telling him things just won't work out between them.
  • gimmicks — Strong Bad mutters "What the... crap?" just before his computer explodes.
  • army — Strong Bad orders Firebert to "find out what the crap Homestar Runner is up to at The Stick in 0-15 minutes."
  • stupid stuff — When Homestar Runner gets Strong Bad to say something stupid, Strong Bad says "What?! What the crap just happened?!"
  • flashback — In the flashback, Strong Bad says "Who the crap are you, Duckshirt?", addressing Homestar Runner.

Other

  • Tis True, Pom Pom, Tis True — Both Marzipan and Strong Bad say "What the crap?" in this unfinished Toon.
  • The Best Decemberween Ever — Strong Bad sings "Hey, who the crap let Strong Sad out?" (Strong Sad had earlier mentioned he always gets locked in the bathtub on Decemberween.)
  • The Interview — Strong Bad's first question for Homestar is "What the crap were you doing out there?", referring to how Homestar walked past the marshmallow stand several times.
  • Where the Crap Are We? — Strong Bad asks the title question in this Easter egg cartoon.
  • 3 Times Halloween Funjob — When Strong Mad starts punching the side of her house, Marzipan says "What the crap!?"
  • Cheat Commandos...O's — Upon being discovered, the Blue Laser Commander shouts "What the CRAP?"

Miscellaneous "Crap"

Strong Bad Email

  • homestar hair — Strong Bad types "delete that crap" to delete a Hairstyle Runner submission. The computer responds with the message "crap deleted."
  • spring cleaning — The fourth email reads: "Dear Strong Bad, are you made of crap? Did you invent the word crap? Where did crap come from? Crapfully crapfully, Chad". Strong Bad responds, "Oh, I'll totally answer this one because apparently the only thing I'm concerned with is the word crap!" He then promptly DELETES the email.
  • cartoon — Strong Bad closes this email with the phrase "Send me a little email and I'll give you a little crap."
  • vacation — Strong Bad imagines a bad email he might receive: "Dear Stong Bad, You are crap. Crap is the best. Everybody loves crap. Crap is in the mix. Crap is to the max. How does Homestar pick stuff up if he's not wearing any Marzi-pants? Crapfully crap, Monkey D, Seattle, Washington."
  • your friends — Strong Bad decides not to hurt The Poopsmith, saying "I figure the guy shovels crap for a living so his tolerance for pain's gotta be through the roof."
  • current status — While looking for Strong Bad, Zubs says "Well, you better find him quick! This crap ain't funny!"
  • personal favorites — One of the Grape Nuts Robot's lines is "Now spell 'Carp for brains'".
  • labor day — Strong Bad tells the Poopsmith he gets "an A+ on smellin' like crap. And a solid F- on smellin' any good."
  • lunch special — Strong Bad says, "Well, looks like ol' Strong Mad has finally hit the Information Superhighway like a flaming sack o' crap."
  • for kids — Strong Bad believes that kids raised on Homsar's show Whaddaya Know, Haddi-Man? (calling it "that crap") will be held back, repeat the first grade, and get low standardized test scores.
  • long pants — Strong Bad asks "Clanky" how he's supposed to get "this crap" (the correction fluid) off of his computer screen.

Other

  • Museum — The page title for the Museum is "Check out this old Crap!"
  • Main Page 11 — Strong Bad stands in front of a weather map and says "Today's forecast is total crap!"
  • Homestar Quiz — When you get eight or nine answers correct, Strong Bad says "Oh man, I knew you had crap for brains, but, I mean, it's like the crap in your brains has crap for brains."
  • Strong Bad Sings — One of Strong Bad's songs is "I Never Said I Wouldn't Try to Beat the Crap Out of You".
  • The Luau — The name tags at Strong Bad's party all read "Hello, my name is Crap for Brains".
  • The House That Gave Sucky Treats — Strong Bad calls you a "lazy crap for crap" if you give him a Marshmallow Bunny. If you give him an apple, he says "What is this crap?"
  • The Best Decemberween EverBubs says "I got all types of crazy crap!" twice in this cartoon.
  • Marzipan's Answering Machine Version 7.0 — Strong Bad (as Safety Dan) says that "no one at all will egg the everloving crap out of [Marzipan's] house."
  • 3 Times Halloween Funjob — Strong Bad tells The King of Town that he, Strong Mad and The Cheat are "about to egg the everloving crap out of [his] castle."
  • Shopping For Danger — Upon being told the Cheat Commandos Headquarters playset is under attack, Gunhaver says, "We've been had! This grocery store crap was just a diversion!"

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