A crudely drawn cartoon by the creator of Aqua Teen Hunger Force, Matt Maiellaro. There is no feasible plot, but it follows a mouse's life which consists mainly of stealing things, drinking, blowing things up, and attempting to kill his boss.
Most people hate this show because they find the animation - children's drawings with 2-frame walk cycles - to be really cheap. But some forget that Maiellaro makes the entire show himself, and suffice to say he's not as much of an artist as he is a producer. And Adult Swim isn't much into defining new benchmarks of quality in the animation world either. 12 Oz Mouse has an awkward sense of humor and most will not appreciate it.
Shows up on the opening credits as Oz Mo
Man, 12 Oz Mouse is weird, but I like it.
A popular RPG based in IRC.
Unlike other RPG's where you interact with your character, IdleRPG is a new breed of roleplaying in itself.
Upon registering, the goal of the game is to sit and idle. The longer you idle, the more experience points you gain and levels you increase. Quitting, talking and the like is forbidden and induces penalties.
Your character wanders aimlessly around a map with other players in the channel, picks up items, prays to their mystical gods, goes on quests for sacred items and experience and even battles other players. But all you do is sit back and enjoy the show.
Despite it seeming this game would be boring because of its lack of interactivity, on the contrary it is quite possibly the most entertaining RPG to ever be created.
<player> alright level 57! only 32 days left until the next level :)
-idlebot- 1 day, 11:08:36 added to your clock for talking.
<player> son of a
Reference to a 1949 Three Stooges short called "Malice in the Palace", in which Moe calls a man with a beard a spinach chin.
Thus, calling someone a spinach chin is accusing them of having a beard, and perhaps a scruffy one at that.
Hey spinach chin, why don't you try on those asphalt shoes, look like they fit ya pretty freakin good!
A fancy looking brick.
I bought a $600 paperweight today. Some people like to call it an iPhone.
A parking spot that appears open, but upon further inspection reveals a relatively small car already parked there.
Those blasted minivans make for a ton of farking spots.
Heavy shoes which allow workers to walk on warm material without leaving tracks.
Also can be used as an insult or accusation of guile, saying one either has heavy steps or aren't very agile, or that they think they are clever.
I see you got them asphalt shoes. Now see if you can walk on water for me, ya jackass.
The future anime network.
Hongfire is the new BT anime tracker bitch.
November 23, 2004