My Dog

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*[[Biz Cas Fri 1]] — Puppet Homestar says to Puppet Strong Bad, "What is up, my dog" (spelled D-O-G-E).
*[[Biz Cas Fri 1]] — Puppet Homestar says to Puppet Strong Bad, "What is up, my dog" (spelled D-O-G-E).
*Email [[alternate universe]] — [[Vector Strong Bad]] refers to [[Stinkoman]] as "MY DOGE" (pronounced doh-zh).
*Email [[alternate universe]] — [[Vector Strong Bad]] refers to [[Stinkoman]] as "MY DOGE" (pronounced doh-zh).
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*[[@StrongBadActual]] — Strong Bad posts "HAVE A FISH MY DOGE." with a GIF of Vector Strong Bad as a penguin.
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*{{postref|724080925995360256|23|Apr|2016}} — Strong Bad posts "HAVE A FISH MY DOGE." with a GIF of Vector Strong Bad as a penguin.
===Variations===
===Variations===

Current revision as of 17:31, 25 October 2020

"What it is, my doge?"

From the Pumpkin Carve-nival DVD commentary:

MIKE: Did he just call Home— uh, Pom Pom his dog?
MATT: Yeah, I think that might have been one of the first "my dog"s.
MIKE: You know, we were just talking about how we've been using "my dog" a lot recently.

Characters (usually Homestar Runner) occasionally refer to other people as their dog, which is slang for "friend".

[edit] Appearances

[edit] Doge

[edit] Variations

  • Email myths & legends — As Homestar was describing his first encounter with the Bear Holding a Shark, he began his story by saying, "I was in the woods, walking my dog, Pom Pom." In this instance, Homestar is referring to his friend literally as a dog (or, rather, mistaking him for one).
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