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  • Georg

    I know, right? Funniest thing ever!

  • victor

    It’s funny, but I’m starting to feel my age: those grotesque, squinchy line-art faces that are popping up all over the YouTubes these days (including this video), where did those originate? Is that some sort of European cell-phone thing.

    • Hank

      All I know is that 0:36 is called a trollface. It’s a meme used to signify a comment troll.

    • http://stevenadunn.wordpress.com Steven Dunn

      It’s called Rage Face, and originated on 4Chan(NSFL) but became popular on Reddit: http://www.reddit.com/r/fffffffuuuuuuuuuuuu/

      Yes I have no life.

      • victor

        Ahh, okay. 4Chan explains a lot. Thank you very much for the explanation, and I am in your debt! There was a time not too long ago when, if I didn’t understand something on the Internet, I would actually do the research to learn about it and understand it. As I’ve gotten older I find myself caring less and less — unless it gets to the point where I am actively annoyed, as it had in this case.

    • Anna

      Look on memebase, knowyourmeme, or ragecomics (all part of the cheezburger network and those are generally SFW, though not all their sites are). That’ll help with id-ing all those characters like trollface, forever alone guy, derp/derpina and all the rest.

  • http://www.sherryantonettiwrites.blogspot.com Sherry

    I am ruined forever. But it was worth it for the strange quirky craziness of that experience.

  • Margaret

    I’m still trying to figure out what hot temperate cheese is and how to prepare it for dinner.

  • Dale Price

    I’m definitely avoiding taste tests for green chalk.

    • Margaret

      Why bother? Everyone knows green chalk tastes like squirrel…

  • Ted Seeber

    The original lyrics aren’t as funny (and you can almost *see* this version in them) but are almost as nonsensical (must have been written by somebody with VERY bad luck- no wonder it was used in the original Conan movie):
    http://artists.letssingit.com/carl-orff-lyrics-o-fortuna-qv7jvh2

  • Hermann

    OK, chicken, cheese, cake … but WHERE´S THE BACON????

    Shalom
    Hermann

  • Teri

    Darn! I was expecting another “Henri”