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[[Image:Worshboard.PNG|thumb|140px|"I can play a mean worshboard."]]
[[Image:Worshboard.PNG|thumb|140px|"I can play a mean worshboard."]]
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The '''Worshboard''' is basically a washboard labelled "worsh it!". When stroked with a xylophone mallet, it can be used as an instrument. This homemade instrument appears in two versions in the H*R universe: [[The Homestar Runner]] plays a mean one that [[Stinkoman]] assumes is some kind of robot in  [[20X6 vs. 1936]] and [[Saddy Dumpington]] ([[Strong Sad]]'s 18th century persona) wanders the land spreading sadness and misery with one hung from his neck in [[A Folky Tale]].
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The '''Worshboard''' is basically a washboard labelled "worsh it!". When stroked with a xylophone mallet, it can be used as an instrument.
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This homemade instrument appears in two versions in the H*R universe: [[The Homestar Runner]] plays a mean one that [[Stinkoman]] assumes is some kind of robot in  [[20X6 vs. 1936]], and [[Saddy Dumpington]] ([[Strong Sad]]'s 18th century persona) wanders the land spreading sadness and misery with one hung from his neck in [[A Folky Tale]].
==Appearances==
==Appearances==

Revision as of 19:17, 23 March 2006

"I can play a mean worshboard."

The Worshboard is basically a washboard labelled "worsh it!". When stroked with a xylophone mallet, it can be used as an instrument.

This homemade instrument appears in two versions in the H*R universe: The Homestar Runner plays a mean one that Stinkoman assumes is some kind of robot in 20X6 vs. 1936, and Saddy Dumpington (Strong Sad's 18th century persona) wanders the land spreading sadness and misery with one hung from his neck in A Folky Tale.

Appearances

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