Mashing

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[[Image:sbemailahundred.png|thumb|300px|And so, The Cheat mashed play on an extremely expensive jambox.]]
[[Image:sbemailahundred.png|thumb|300px|And so, The Cheat mashed play on an extremely expensive jambox.]]
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There have been many occurrences of '''mashing go/play''' throughout the [[Homestar Runner (body of work)|Homestar Runner]] body of work.  This phrase generally replaces the term "push" or "press" in relation to a button.  In the southern United States (e.g. Georgia, home of [[The Brothers Chaps]]), "mash" is a common dialect term, so although it has appeared several times in the Homestar Runner universe, the Chaps might not originally have intended for it to become a recurring theme, as they were probably accustomed to the term.
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There have been many occurrences of '''mashing go/play''' throughout the [[Homestar Runner (body of work)|Homestar Runner]] body of work.  This phrase generally replaces the term "push" or "press" in relation to a button.  In the southern United States (including [[Georgia]], home of [[The Brothers Chaps]]), "mash" is a common slang term, so the Chaps may have been using the word naturally rather than initially intending for it to become a recurring gag.
== Appearances ==
== Appearances ==

Revision as of 05:35, 22 September 2022

"mash" redirects here. For the television series, see M*A*S*H.
And so, The Cheat mashed play on an extremely expensive jambox.

There have been many occurrences of mashing go/play throughout the Homestar Runner body of work. This phrase generally replaces the term "push" or "press" in relation to a button. In the southern United States (including Georgia, home of The Brothers Chaps), "mash" is a common slang term, so the Chaps may have been using the word naturally rather than initially intending for it to become a recurring gag.

Appearances

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