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Strong Bad Email #24

Phylo D asks how hard it is for Strong Bad to flip someone off with boxing gloves on.

Features: Strong Bad, Pom Pom, Homestar Runner


{Pom Pom and Strong Bad are standing in front of the stick.}

STRONG BAD: So I was like "Well, do you think you're so hot, but me hot, me hot!"

{Pom Pom makes sound of bubbles. He closes his eyes, makes sounds of bubbles (laughing).}

STRONG BAD: And that's a pretty good one, huh? Oh crap, I should probably check my emails. Hey, let me see your Pom Pilot! {He throws his Pom Pilot to Strong Bad so that he will look at the messages.} Checkin' my email... Here at the stick... That's pretty cool...

Dear Strong Bad,
Is it hard to flip someone 
off with boxing gloves on?
Very crapfully:
Phylo D

STRONG BAD: Uh, not really man.

{He holds his hand straight to the front.}

I'm flippin you off right now. Of course there's other ways to give somebody the finger.

{He puts his hand behind him}

Oh, check it out behind the back.

{Then he waves his hand in circles.}

Oh, around the world. And my personal favorite.

{He holds both of his arms up to the side.}

Psssshhh! The Double Deuce! What's your favorite, Pom Pom?

{He holds one of his hands up.}

Ah, Pom Pom likes the single deuce.

{And then Homestar shows up.}

Hey, Homestar!

{He flips his hand to Homestar.}

HOMESTAR RUNNER: Hey, right back at you Strong Bad!

{Homestar walks away.}

STRONG BAD: He just give me the bird!

{Pom Pom makes sounds of bubbles (laughing).}

That wasn't funny, man! That'll hurt a guy's feelings. Okay, so until next week send me your email and I will more than likely flip you off.

{The Paper comes out and it says "Click here to e-mail strong bad -", click on the text to email him.}

Fun Facts

  • Wait a bit to see Pom Pom peek out from under The Paper. This is one of the few instances of a character interacting with The Paper.
  • We are first introduced to the "Double Deuce" in this e-mail.

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