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**On [[@StrongBadActual Tweets 2016#799714814561918978|November 18, 2016]], Strong Bad referred to [[Fan Costumes 2016]] as "Fan Costume '''Fun-Of Make''' 2016".
**On [[@StrongBadActual Tweets 2016#799714814561918978|November 18, 2016]], Strong Bad referred to [[Fan Costumes 2016]] as "Fan Costume '''Fun-Of Make''' 2016".
**On [[@StrongBadActual Tweets 2017#887015173604728832|July 17]] and [[@StrongBadActual Tweets 2017#888064597919498240|20]], 2017, Strong Bad and Homestar, respectively, posted videos from the fake app "Craze-O '''Facemake'''". The [[@strongbadactual (Instagram)|Instagram]] account posted these videos simultaneously.
**On [[@StrongBadActual Tweets 2017#887015173604728832|July 17]] and [[@StrongBadActual Tweets 2017#888064597919498240|20]], 2017, Strong Bad and Homestar, respectively, posted videos from the fake app "Craze-O '''Facemake'''". The [[@strongbadactual (Instagram)|Instagram]] account posted these videos simultaneously.
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**On [[@StrongBadActual Tweets 2018#1062398143554375680|November 13, 2018]], — Strong Bad said he will send things to people whose costumes were used in [[Fan Costumes 2018]] if they like '''mail-get'''.
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**On [[@StrongBadActual Tweets 2018#1062398143554375680|November 13, 2018]], Strong Bad said he will send things to people whose costumes were used in [[Fan Costumes 2018]] if they like '''mail-get'''.
*[[Squintmojis]] — A disclaimer during Homestar's mumbled account reads "Actual '''Talk-Say'''".
*[[Squintmojis]] — A disclaimer during Homestar's mumbled account reads "Actual '''Talk-Say'''".
*[[Haunted Photo Booth]] — Homestar refers to himself as '''Wrong-Say''' Homestar and '''Right-Say''' Homestar.
*[[Haunted Photo Booth]] — Homestar refers to himself as '''Wrong-Say''' Homestar and '''Right-Say''' Homestar.

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Sometimes in the Homestar Runner body of work, a character uses a noun and a verb together in quick succession; in text format, the words are usually connected together with a hyphen.

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