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   <line start="13" end="62" speaker="strongbad">Oh, people can you feel me? Then e-mail me.</line>
   <line start="63" end="90" speaker="strongbad">And also, please don't try to really feel me.</line>
   <line start="103" end="118" speaker="strongbad">"Dear Strong Bad,</line>
   <line start="119" end="149" speaker="strongbad">You are the superest, awesomest guy ever.</line>
   <line start="150" end="174" speaker="strongbad">That makes you sawesome.</line>
   <line start="175" end="221" speaker="strongbad">Do you have a Strong Badian dictionary fo yo own words?</line>
   <line start="222" end="247" speaker="strongbad">Sincerely Yours, Costrick"</line>
   <line start="248" end="270" speaker="strongbad">Course I do Cross-stitch.</line>
   <line start="271" end="345" speaker="strongbad">You think the regular dictionary can handle all the quotient quotables I'm droppin' on a daily basis?</line>
   <line start="346" end="391" speaker="strongbad">Those dictonaries are only good for helping The Cheat brush his teeth,</line>
   <line start="392" end="424" speaker="strongbad" voiceover="yes">and helping Homestar lose his teeth.</line>
   <line start="427" end="434" speaker="strongbad">Hurl!</line>
   <line start="434" end="445" speaker="homestar">Tooth!</line>
   <line start="455" end="540" speaker="strongbad">For something this sawesome, I had to once again call upon the finest name in names to put in front of book titles.</line>
   <line start="541" end="570" speaker="strongbad">And thus was born unto the world,</line>
   <line start="571" end="626" speaker="strongbad" voiceover="yes">Count Longardeaux's Strong Badian Jerktionary Fo' My Own Words!</line>
   <line start="627" end="674" speaker="strongbad" voiceover="yes">Or Count Longardeaux's Strong Badian talkwords for saying from your mouth, for short.</line>
   <line start="682" end="753" speaker="strongbad">We all know the main problem with dictionaries is that there are too many words, and not enough butterscotch sauce!</line>
   <line start="754" end="807" speaker="strongbad">So I went ahead and dribble-drabbled a little boodroscotch all over it.</line>
   <line start="808" end="853" speaker="strongbad">Kinda like a frou frou dessert at a chichi restaurant, restaurant.</line>
   <line start="854" end="878">
      <announcer>Oh, that looks sinfully-</announcer></line>
   <line start="879" end="889">
      <sfx>record scratch</sfx>
      <strongbad>Shut up, shut up, lady!</strongbad></line>
   <line start="896" end="920" speaker="strongbad">The sauce makes all the pages stick together,</line>
   <line start="921" end="946" speaker="strongbad" voiceover="yes">which makes for way less words!</line>
   <line start="947" end="1007" speaker="strongsad">Hey, this dictionary goes straight from "crap-valanche" to "puke-valanche"! </line>
   <line start="1008" end="1035" speaker="strongbad" voiceover="yes">And that brings us to the Suffix section.</line>
   <line start="1036" end="1050" speaker="strongbad" voiceover="yes">-valanche,<span style="visibility:hidden"> -quake, -rnado, -onsoon.</span></line>
   <line start="1051" end="1063" speaker="strongbad" voiceover="yes">-valanche, -quake,<span style="visibility:hidden">  -rnado, -onsoon.</span></line>
   <line start="1064" end="1075" speaker="strongbad" voiceover="yes">-valanche, -quake,  -rnado,<span style="visibility:hidden"> -onsoon.</span></line>
   <line start="1076" end="1086" speaker="strongbad" voiceover="yes">-valanche, -quake,  -rnado, -onsoon.</line>
   <line start="1087" end="1127" speaker="strongbad">All the great natural disaster suffixes are included!</line>
   <line start="1128" end="1190" speaker="announcer" voiceover="yes">This suckquake of a movie is a complete wastenado of my seven bucksonsoon.</line>
   <line start="1191" end="1241">
      <strongbad>Now that's talking like a Strong Bad dude!</strongbad></line>
   <line start="1242" end="1283" speaker="strongbad">For some words, words alone are not enough to define them.</line>
   <line start="1284" end="1329" speaker="strongbad">That's why my dictionary has scratch n' sniff stickers!!</line>
   <line start="1330" end="1362" speaker="strongbad">I mean, how are you going to define a word like paunch,</line>
   <line start="1363" end="1413" speaker="strongbad">without smelling Strong Sad's considerable paunch!</line>
   <line start="1414" end="1444" speaker="strongsad">My paunch does not smell!</line>
   <line start="1445" end="1477" speaker="all">Yes it does!</line>
   <line start="1478" end="1536" speaker="sfx">applause</line>
   <line start="1537" end="1578" speaker="strongbad">Not to be outdone by that no-talent schwa sound,</line>
   <line start="1579" end="1623" speaker="strongbad">the Strong Badian Dictionary features several gutteral utterances,</line>
   <line start="1624" end="1652" speaker="strongbad">or you guessed it, gutterances</line>
   <line start="1653" end="1658">
      <strongbad>or you guessed it, gutterances</strongbad>
   <line start="1659" end="1711" speaker="strongbad">that are used to express complete disinterest in specific people.</line>
   <line start="1712" end="1750" speaker="strongbad" voiceover="yes">There's the "pffgh!" sound for Coach Z.</line>
   <line start="1751" end="1802" speaker="coachz">Hey, Strong B'd! Wanna hear about my glory days on the fierld?</line>
   <line start="1803" end="1813" speaker="strongbad">Pffgh!</line>
   <line start="1816" end="1860" speaker="strongbad" voiceover="yes">The "aungh!" sound for Marzipan.</line>
   <line start="1861" end="1889" speaker="marzipan">Wanna hear my cover of "Glory Days"?</line>
   <line start="1890" end="1906" speaker="strongbad">Aungh!</line>
   <line start="1907" end="1990" speaker="strongbad" voiceover="yes">And of course, the ever popular "graaauuughnck!!" sound for you-know-who.</line>
   <line start="1991" end="1999" speaker="strongsad">Talk?</line>
   <line start="2000" end="2047" speaker="strongbad">Graaauuughnck!!</line>
   <line start="2063" end="2137" speaker="strongbad">In order to keep the power of the Strong Badian language from falling into the hands of lesser minds,</line>
   <line start="2138" end="2174" speaker="strongbad">I've built booby-traps right into the dictionary.</line>
   <line start="2175" end="2239" speaker="strongbad">Nothing gets rid of Homestar for a few hours like an endless "see also" loop.</line>
   <line start="2240" end="2300" speaker="homestar">"Crap for brains", see also "carp for brains". See also "brain for brains".</line>
   <line start="2301" end="2332" speaker="homestar">See also "crap for brains". See also—</line>
<line start="2333" end="2389" speaker="homestar">Man, this is the best choose my own adventure I've ever play-read!</line>
   <line start="2390" end="2441" speaker="strongbad">And there you have it Caustic. The Strong Badian dictionary.</line>
   <line start="2442" end="2480" speaker="strongbad">From A:ab-abber to Z:zawesome.</line>
   <line start="2481" end="2508" speaker="strongbad" volume="0.5">Available where ever fine made up reference books are sold.</line>
   <line start="2509" end="2557" speaker="strongbad">Oh! And speaking of, The Cheat's probably done brushing his teeth now.</line>
   <line start="2558" end="2634" speaker="strongbad">Better go see if <i>someone</i> can go pee-pees in um potty all by hwimswelf.</line>
   <line start="2635" end="2675" speaker="strongbad">Ugh! The Cheat training... what're ya gonna do?</line>
   <line start="2676" end="2700" speaker="strongbad">Give them the goods, Compé...<span style="visibility:hidden"> -per.</span></line>
   <line start="2701" end="2715" speaker="strongbad">Give them the goods, Compé... -per.</line>
   <line start="2722" end="2738" speaker="compe-per">Preeeow!</line>
   <line start="2781" end="2844" speaker="homestar">This suckquake of a movie is a complete wastenado of my seven bucks-forest fire.</line>
   <line start="2891" end="2928" speaker="homsar">Graaauuughnck there, Rubbermaid,</line>
   <line start="2929" end="2991" speaker="homsar">Can you redirect me to the nearest Puke-valanche?</line>
   <line start="3018" end="3023" speaker="sfx">chime</line>
   <line start="3033" end="3042" speaker="sfx">music, applauding</line>
   <line start="3043" end="3054">
      <sfx>music, applauding</sfx>
      <other>Onion Bubs!</other></line>
   <line start="3055" end="3058" speaker="sfx">music, applauding</line>
   <line start="3059" end="3074">
      <sfx>music, applauding</sfx>
      <other>Onion Buubs!</other></line>
   <line start="3075" end="3078" speaker="sfx">music, applauding</line>
   <line start="3079" end="3106">
      <sfx>music, applauding</sfx>
      <other>Onion Buuuubs!</other></line>
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