Parents' Basement

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*[[UMFM Interview - 20 May 2003]] — [[Matt Chapman]] refers to a time when they were running the store out of his [[Don and Harriet Chapman|parents]]' basement.
*[[UMFM Interview - 20 May 2003]] — [[Matt Chapman]] refers to a time when they were running the store out of his [[Don and Harriet Chapman|parents]]' basement.
*[[Wired News Radio Interview - 23 Jun 2003]] — Matt says they put their friends to work in his parents' basement.
*[[Wired News Radio Interview - 23 Jun 2003]] — Matt says they put their friends to work in his parents' basement.
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*Email [[virus]] — [[Edgarware]] is "programmed entirely in mom's basement".
*[[Flashforward 2006 Seattle - 28 Feb 2006]] — The Brothers Chaps mention that they no longer live in their parents' basement.
*[[Flashforward 2006 Seattle - 28 Feb 2006]] — The Brothers Chaps mention that they no longer live in their parents' basement.
*Email [[road trip]] — Strong Bad refers to an email sender as "Pete from Pete's parents' basement."
*Email [[road trip]] — Strong Bad refers to an email sender as "Pete from Pete's parents' basement."

Current revision as of 01:02, 4 February 2020

"I'm gonna have to ask you to leave my parent's basement now."

The location of someone's parents' basement has been mentioned in a few cartoons as well as in public appearances of The Brothers Chaps. The phrase is used by Strong Bad usually as a means to ridicule other people. Sometimes the phrase is used in a singular possessive case ("parent's" with the apostrophe before the s), implying that there is only one parent in possession of the basement.

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