Phrase to be spoken in a terrible Austrian accent after having heard the word "tumor" in any way, shape, or form.
"Thank goodness the tumor was benign!"
"It's NOT a TOO-mah!"
"Look, just shut up."
Phrase to be uttered whenever one is very hungry. Can also be substituted as "Elf needs food badly" and "Valkyrie needs food badly". Never "Wizard needs food badly" though, since no one with half a brain played as that character.
Speaking of which, its origin: Derived from the classic 80s arcade game "Gauntlet" where characters low on health would need to find food immediately for survival.
"Warrior needs food badly, I haven't eaten anything in hours!"
1. (N) Bratty young British girl from Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory/Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator. Selfish.
2. (N) Randomly rude and selfish individual.
3. (N) Alt-pop band from the 1990s.
1. I want it NOW, daddy!!!
2. What a Veruca Salt that girl is, always asking for more and more.
3. Volcano girlllz, volcano girllllz~~
Waterless disinfecting fluid that keeps me sane when handing items touched by anyone other than a scrubbed-in surgeon or Jesus himself.
If I didn't have Purell, I wouldn't leave the house. Yeah I have issues, but still.
Character actor best known for his sardonic wit on the VH1 retro specials "I Love The 80's"; "I Love The 70's"; and "I Love The 80's Strikes Back", not to mention the newer "I Love The 90's" shows.
"The State" sucked but those 80's deals on VH1 are great thanks to Michael Ian Black and company.
Mistaken name for "Itchy and Scratchy" Ned Flanders bellowed while watching the Poochy debacle.
That's the best episode of `Impy and Chimpy` I've ever seen.
Greatest North American video game trade publication in recorded history.
Created by Dave Halverson, it revolutionized western gaming magazines by using thicker, richly layered, ink-heavy pages with tons of photos and oftentimes humorously hyperbolic text ("eye-flaying, mind-numbing, A+++ action!!!"). GameFan alone began the now common practice of covering import/Japanese gaming with as much fervor as domestic products, and giving RPGs and niche titles as much room as the usual banal sports and action games.
Its eventual price hike to $6, not to mention the less than monthly frequency in which its deadlines were hit and, subsequently, magazines were shipped to readers, eventually caused its downfall, but not before shaping the business for years to come.
Notable alums include Halverson, Casey Loe, Dan Jevons, and Nick "Rox" DeBarres.
GameFan magazine had Phantasy Star 4 on the cover?? Oh oh oh, that is RESPECT.