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Things on the CWCki That You Find Inexplicably Funny

Discussion in 'CWC Discussion' started by Corypheus, Feb 1, 2017.

  1. PsychoNerd

    PsychoNerd Just call me "Psycho"

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    I believe he did that in order to "practice" Spanish.
     
  2. The Scrunkly

    The Scrunkly would YOU scrunkly the when?

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    Screenshot_20221220-193037_Chrome.jpg

    They don't bother explaining how this is relevant to Bella at all. For all we know, this is a fanfiction.net account owned by an entirely unrelated person.
     
  3. Cyan

    Cyan #00FFFF Staff Member B& AF, Fam Moderator

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    The transcript of one of Chris's videos had put down "Metsico" instead of "Mexico" to make fun of his speech impediment.

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  4. Judgesaturn507

    Judgesaturn507 rambling without substance

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    Yeah, I've also noticed this with Geno. He always transcribes everything EXACTLY as it is said, and even includes the mistakes when paraphrasing.
     
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  5. Fialovy

    Fialovy Skeleman Warrior

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    You know, the people on the article for the wedding comic had a point.

    Where the hell were his parents during the wedding? Were the just like, not invited? You'd think they would be some of the most important guests
     
  6. Judgesaturn507

    Judgesaturn507 rambling without substance

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    I love how he wrote 'Chandler-Bundy wedding' because of some kind of autistic association he made with Married With Children.

    As for his parents, they were probably buried under the hoard and so unable to come.
     
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  7. Fialovy

    Fialovy Skeleman Warrior

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    That's another thing that was pointed out, everyone in there was in the wedding party. You don't see any other just ordinary guests.

    Also, barely any reception time, just straight to going to the honeymoon and fucking like typical Chris
     
  8. Judgesaturn507

    Judgesaturn507 rambling without substance

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    We all know Chris doesn't care about the romantic trappings of a relationship. All he wants is the hanky-panky.
     
  9. The Scrunkly

    The Scrunkly would YOU scrunkly the when?

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    See, this whole thing was just a fantasy for him. Chris wouldn't let his fantasy get bogged down by anything, which is why he puts no focus on his parents. At least, that's my explaination.
     
  10. Little Owl

    Little Owl Fredrik Knudsen sent me here

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    Rational explanation: Chris' decision is random and does not have to make any sense as long it fulfils the author's wish of the day.*

    * That was, until the Idea Guys screwed everything up and made it worse.
     
  11. Judgesaturn507

    Judgesaturn507 rambling without substance

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    With more focus on the ‘inexplicable’ part than the ‘funny’:
    This is from the Tito Got No Luck… page

    I have no idea why this was considered relevant to mention.
     
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  12. Ore Rosechu

    Ore Rosechu Rockin' da house

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    You'd think they'd have a talk with him about that? I mean, from what I understand he randomly switched to Spanish a lot....
     
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  13. RetardBus

    RetardBus Shell-shocked Christory Veteran

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    The fact that Chris was 28 years old, and sincerely believed that he was getting trolled by Tito Makani from Rocket Power will never not send my sides into orbit. Chris back in 2010 was so fucking naive, you probably could have convinced him that Mr. Krabs was trolling him if you caught him at the right time.
     
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  14. Fialovy

    Fialovy Skeleman Warrior

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    Speaking of which, the word naive for some reason made Chris's skin crawl. Maybe it was because people kept calling him that
     
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  15. RetardBus

    RetardBus Shell-shocked Christory Veteran

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    That's exactly it. I also think that the CWCki was right on the money saying that Chris believed that being called naive was just a synonym of being called stupid. Which, ironically, is a pretty naive assumption to make.
     
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  16. ToroidalBoat

    ToroidalBoat ¿qué?

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    "The Classic" days could feel surreal. That lolcow -- who totally made the Honor Roll and Dean's List normally -- thought all these huge and grandiose happenings were going on in his life. Also he could not see it was all just some folks on the internet trolling him for the lulz (and maybe also were trying to push him to improve).
     
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  17. Ore Rosechu

    Ore Rosechu Rockin' da house

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    I know he believes fictional characters are real, but dang.

    I think back to my own failed trolling attempts back in 2005 and well if I said what I did it would be doxxing.

    I will never forget how I made up a crazy story and he seemed to believe the absolutely insane parts, but became suspicious because of mundane details that weren't to his liking.
     
  18. ICanFeelTheCosmos0704

    ICanFeelTheCosmos0704 friend of little cat

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    LOL, it's like Michael Bolton from Office Space - I always mess up some mundane detail
     
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  19. Ore Rosechu

    Ore Rosechu Rockin' da house

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    At first I thought you meant Steve Carrell's character from the office... but then I'm like "Wait, he said Office Space"

    Is that the movie with that guy who's all like "I believe you have my Stapler!" and it turned out they kept ignoring him, leaving him out of stuff, and not paying him because they never told him he was fired and wondered why he never figured that out on his own?

    Which is amazing, how do you make a fuck up that badly? I mean I work at an office too and pretty much everyone has to badge in, there's no way to even get inside the building where I work unless you work there or are escorted by someone who does and has explicit permission to do said escorting.... How the fuck did security not break it to him? I mean shit... Plus there's the fact that you are legally required to give a notice of termination or banishment from a job or place of business for it to count...

    Then again it is just a movie, but it's the small details like that that make me go "What the fuck?"
     
  20. ICanFeelTheCosmos0704

    ICanFeelTheCosmos0704 friend of little cat

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    yeah, Milton Waddams
    the bit about "we fire people on Friday because studies say there's less likely to be an issue" is real, it's from Gavin De Becker's book The Gift of Fear from 1995

    he suggests firing people in the most dignified way possible - take them to a conference room and tell them, without security, the local cops, or Big Ed from shipping there (yes, he mentions Big Ed)
     
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