History Funny / SchoolhouseRock

3rd Jul '17 12:24:03 PM Ingonyama
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** One of the colonists BlowingARaspberry at George III.

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** One of the colonists BlowingARaspberry at George III. And another throws a bucket that lands on his head.
3rd Jul '17 12:22:36 PM Ingonyama
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* In "A Noun's a Person Place or Thing", there's not only the bit mentioned on the main page about Mrs. Jones's dog turning on her after the narrator and her brother give it a bone (it chases her up a street sign pole), there's the trip on the ferry to the Statue of Liberty where the narrator find her friend already waiting for her--which she then explains with the parenthetical aside "He took an early ferry." And then it snows in the middle of summer. Also, the first bit where she takes a train has the gem of the bandits (right out of the Old West) running into the hillside on horseback when the train goes through a tunnel, and then when the narrator is naming all the nouns the engineer pulls a reverse stick-up on the bandit.

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* In "A Noun's a Person Place or Thing", there's not only the bit mentioned on the main page about Mrs. Jones's dog turning on her after the narrator and her brother give it a bone (it chases her up a street sign pole), there's the trip on the ferry to the Statue of Liberty where the narrator find her friend already waiting for her--which she then explains with the parenthetical aside "He took an early ferry." And then it snows in the middle of summer.
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Also, the first bit where she takes a train has the gem of the bandits (right out of the Old West) running ''running into the hillside on horseback horseback'' when the train goes through a tunnel, and then when the narrator is naming all the nouns the engineer pulls a reverse stick-up on the bandit.
3rd Jul '17 12:22:08 PM Ingonyama
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* In "A Noun's a Person Place or Thing", there's not only the bit mentioned on the main page about Mrs. Jones's dog turning on her after the narrator and her brother give it a bone (it chases her up a street sign pole), there's the trip on the ferry to the Statue of Liberty where the narrator find her friends already waiting for her--which she then explains with the parenthetical aside "He took an early ferry."

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* In "A Noun's a Person Place or Thing", there's not only the bit mentioned on the main page about Mrs. Jones's dog turning on her after the narrator and her brother give it a bone (it chases her up a street sign pole), there's the trip on the ferry to the Statue of Liberty where the narrator find her friends friend already waiting for her--which she then explains with the parenthetical aside "He took an early ferry."" And then it snows in the middle of summer. Also, the first bit where she takes a train has the gem of the bandits (right out of the Old West) running into the hillside on horseback when the train goes through a tunnel, and then when the narrator is naming all the nouns the engineer pulls a reverse stick-up on the bandit.
26th Jun '17 9:39:05 PM KoopaKid17
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* In "The Shot Heard 'Round the World", the Lexington Battle has a gunshot with the word "Bang!" in a cloud. The image then fades to a globe with a voice balloon from China saying, "What was that?"

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* In "The Shot Heard 'Round the World", the Lexington Battle has a gunshot with the word "Bang!" in a cloud. The image then fades to a globe with a voice balloon from China Asia saying, "What was that?"


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** One of the colonists BlowingARaspberry at George III.
15th Sep '16 4:18:15 PM Ingonyama
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* In "A Noun's a Person Place or Thing", there's not only the bit mentioned on the main page about Mrs. Jones's dog turning on her after the narrator and her brother give it a bone (it chases her up a street sign pole), there's the trip on the ferry to the Statue of Liberty where the narrator find her friends already waiting for her--which she then explains with the parenthetical aside "He took an early ferry."
* In "No More Kings", George III keeps trying to stop the colonists from making their own country and electing George Washington president, only to be continually thwarted by the animator in a manner reminiscent of WesternAnimation/DuckAmuck.
20th Apr '16 9:33:33 AM KoopaKid17
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* In "Interjections!", after Geraldine tells Geraldo, "Hey! You're kinda cute!", her compliment appears above them in big, bold letters. Then, when the singer recommends replacing the exclamation point with a period "...when the feeling's not as strong", Geraldo turns into a frog, much to Geraldine's disgust. The text also transforms into, "Hey, you're kinda cute.", written in small, plain letters.

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* In "Interjections!", after Geraldine tells Geraldo, "Hey! You're kinda cute!", her compliment appears above them in big, bold letters. Then, when the singer recommends replacing the exclamation point with a period "..."a comma when the feeling's not as strong", Geraldo turns into a frog, much to Geraldine's disgust. The text also transforms into, "Hey, you're kinda cute.", written in small, plain letters.
2nd Apr '16 5:47:27 PM CorahsUncle
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* In "Interjections!", after Geraldine tells Geraldo, "Hey! You're kinda cute!", her compliment appears above them in big, bold letters. Then, when the singer recommends replacing the exclamation point with a comma "...when the feeling's not as strong", Geraldo turns into a frog, much to Geraldine's disgust. The text also transforms into, "Hey, you're kinda cute.", written in small, plain letters.

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* In "Interjections!", after Geraldine tells Geraldo, "Hey! You're kinda cute!", her compliment appears above them in big, bold letters. Then, when the singer recommends replacing the exclamation point with a comma period "...when the feeling's not as strong", Geraldo turns into a frog, much to Geraldine's disgust. The text also transforms into, "Hey, you're kinda cute.", written in small, plain letters.
2nd Apr '16 5:34:37 PM KoopaKid17
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* In "The Shot Heard 'Round the World", the Lexington Battle has a gunshot with the word "Bang!" in a cloud. The image then fades to a a globe with a voice balloon from China saying, "What was that?"

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* In "The Shot Heard 'Round the World", the Lexington Battle has a gunshot with the word "Bang!" in a cloud. The image then fades to a a globe with a voice balloon from China saying, "What was that?"
2nd Apr '16 5:34:14 PM KoopaKid17
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** Ever since [[MemeticMutation the invention of]] [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Game_%28mind_game%29 The Game]], [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ywiovudwsfA this clip]] has [[HilariousInHindsight gotten funnier]]:
--->'''Spectator:''' Darn! You just lost The Game!"



* Ever since the invention of [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Game_%28mind_game%29 The Game]], [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ywiovudwsfA this clip]] has gotten funnier:
--->'''Spectator:''' Darn! You just lost The Game!"

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* Ever since In "The Shot Heard 'Round the invention of [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Game_%28mind_game%29 World", the Lexington Battle has a gunshot with the word "Bang!" in a cloud. The Game]], [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ywiovudwsfA this clip]] has gotten funnier:
--->'''Spectator:''' Darn! You just lost The Game!"
image then fades to a a globe with a voice balloon from China saying, "What was that?"
20th Feb '16 5:31:40 AM NateTheGreat
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* Ever since the invention of [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Game_%28mind_game%29 The Game]], [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ywiovudwsfA this clip]] has gotten funnier:
--->'''Spectator:''' Darn! You just lost The Game!"
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