I really like your costume

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(I think this would fit better on the what are you supposed to be article)
(Now you can kind of see Homestar talking, and clearly see whose costume he likes, as well as something from the incorrect work he references.)
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[[File:Homestar_Spy_vs._Spy.png|thumb|"Hey, Homestar, I really like your 'that one guy from Mad Mazagine' costume."]]
[[Homestar Runner]] often will mistake a costume that someone (including [[Homestar Runner and Homestar Runner's Relationship|himself]]) is wearing for another person. These mistakes are often bizarre or ludicrous. He appears to be certain his wild assumptions are correct, even going as far as '''phrasing the mistaken recognition as a compliment to the wearer''', rather than simply a question of [[What are you supposed to be?|what they're supposed to be]]. This began, naturally, as a [[Halloween]] joke and has become enough of a running gag that it has happened on several occasions in other toons as well.
[[Homestar Runner]] often will mistake a costume that someone (including [[Homestar Runner and Homestar Runner's Relationship|himself]]) is wearing for another person. These mistakes are often bizarre or ludicrous. He appears to be certain his wild assumptions are correct, even going as far as '''phrasing the mistaken recognition as a compliment to the wearer''', rather than simply a question of [[What are you supposed to be?|what they're supposed to be]]. This began, naturally, as a [[Halloween]] joke and has become enough of a running gag that it has happened on several occasions in other toons as well.

Revision as of 19:35, 31 October 2019

"Hey, Homestar, I really like your 'that one guy from Mad Mazagine' costume."

Homestar Runner often will mistake a costume that someone (including himself) is wearing for another person. These mistakes are often bizarre or ludicrous. He appears to be certain his wild assumptions are correct, even going as far as phrasing the mistaken recognition as a compliment to the wearer, rather than simply a question of what they're supposed to be. This began, naturally, as a Halloween joke and has become enough of a running gag that it has happened on several occasions in other toons as well.

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