History YMMV / WhatTheFuckIsWrongWithYou

19th Mar '17 3:10:13 PM ThePantherMan
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* AngstWhatAngst: At the end of 'Nimrods Are Forever', Space Guy [[spoiler: accidentally activated his Ultimate Nulifier and wipes out everything and everyone except for himself, Nash, Arlo, and Stick Boy. The four take the fact that everyone they know is dead and they are the sole survivors of the entire universe...very well, actually. Possibly [[JustifiedTrope justified]] given how things go right back to normal in the next episode.]]
13th Mar '17 11:16:27 PM Racso
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* ArchivePanic: The live show has been running almost every single week for close to seven years, with episodes running from thirty minutes to an hour, totaling somewhere over 300 episodes as of March 2017.
8th Jan '17 7:34:29 PM Iamabrawler
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* SomeAnvilsNeedToBeDropped: WTFIWWY may tend to feel a bit {{Anvilicious}} at times, since Nash and Tara will often repeat certain morals multiple times throughout an episode... But it's completely justified because most of those morals are things that should be common knowledge or common sense. However, the staggering amount of idiots who do stupid or dangerous things proves that, yes, those morals bear repeating.
14th Nov '16 5:51:19 PM Iamabrawler
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** Considering his distaste for the fandom surrounding My Little Pony, no one would have ever expected him to dress in a pastel pony one-piece costume for Halloween 2016. (He does excuse it by explaining that he wanted to scare the parents rather than the kids.)
30th Oct '16 3:44:02 PM CumbersomeTercel
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* NightmareFuel: Some of the stories featured are heavy on this. Notably in the 9-19-11 Live show, a story featured [[spoiler: a man having an eel swim up his penis. Fully conscious. He even tried to pull it out while it was "burrowing" in.]] *shudders*
** The entire sequence in both the beginning and ending of Nash, Linkara, and Film Brain reviewing [[TheIncredibleHulk Trial of the Incredible Hulk]]. Showing that their addiction to review and criticize is so scary that they might hurt anyone to get to it. Even Creator/JewWario.
** The end of his review of "The Web Planet" where he starts shrieking the MostAnnoyingSound from the episode veers a little into the UncannyValley realm.
** Any story where Nash has to specify that nobody got hurt is bound to be this, especially if kids are involved.
** The opening of the ''Here Be Dragons'' review of ''Film/TheCrow'', Nash silently greeting the viewer with a SlasherSmile in full Crow makeup. ''You will crap out your own soul.''
19th Oct '16 3:02:31 PM Iamabrawler
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** Peggy and Dottie, Tara and Dan's new kittens. Dan also counts, as whenever he shows up or comments, it's always funny.
10th Sep '16 2:16:33 PM Bergamot
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** Tara has also demonstrated a talent for [[ThoseWackyNazis offending Nazis]].



* TheWoobie: Stick Boy. During "Tainted Love", he has a crush on ObscurusLupa... only for her to reject him, and then get threatened by ToddInTheShadows.

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* TheWoobie: Stick Boy. During "Tainted Love", he has a crush on ObscurusLupa... only for her to reject him, and then get threatened by ToddInTheShadows.
7th Jun '16 10:30:20 PM gewunomox
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* SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic: The remix of the famous ''Series/DoctorWho'' theme that he uses for his classic Who reviews, which seems to be a mashup of the original theme, GaryGlitter's Rock and Roll Part 2, and Music/GreenDay's ''[[AmericanIdiot Holiday]]''.

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* SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic: The remix of the famous ''Series/DoctorWho'' theme that he uses for his classic Who reviews, which seems to be a mashup of the original theme, GaryGlitter's Rock and Roll Part 2, and Music/GreenDay's ''[[AmericanIdiot ''[[Music/AmericanIdiot Holiday]]''.
7th Jun '16 10:13:05 PM gewunomox
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* AcceptableTargets: While often very quick to jump on Tara for [[PoliticallyIncorrectHero "upsetting geographical locations"]] Nash himself has a particular penchant for [[YellowPeril mocking the Chinese]]

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* AcceptableTargets: While often very quick to jump on Tara for [[PoliticallyIncorrectHero "upsetting geographical locations"]] Nash himself has a particular penchant for [[YellowPeril mocking the Chinese]]Chinese]].
* SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic: The remix of the famous ''Series/DoctorWho'' theme that he uses for his classic Who reviews, which seems to be a mashup of the original theme, GaryGlitter's Rock and Roll Part 2, and Music/GreenDay's ''[[AmericanIdiot Holiday]]''.
** Additionally, his use of "Doctorin' the Tardis" by [[TheKLF The Timelords]] when he has to explain back-story. Sometimes he uses "Doctor Who on Holiday" a mashup between "Doctorin' the Tardis" and Green Day's "Holiday" from the ''American Edit'' mashup album.
** In fact, Nash has a knack for choosing appropriate music for the situation at hand, which is understandable given his line of work. A crowning example of this would be in his ''Top Classic Doctors'' review, where he managed to choose perfect songs to represent each Doctor.
** The intro to ''Here There Be Dragons'' features a chiptune cover of Gary Moore's "Over the Hills and Far Away."



* CrowningMusicOfAwesome: The remix of the famous ''Series/DoctorWho'' theme that he uses for his classic Who reviews, which seems to be a mashup of the original theme, GaryGlitter's Rock and Roll Part 2, and GreenDay's ''[[AmericanIdiot Holiday]]''.
** Additionally, his use of "Doctorin' the Tardis" by [[TheKLF The Timelords]] when he has to explain back-story. Sometimes he uses "Doctor Who on Holiday" a mashup between "Doctorin' the Tardis" and GreenDay's "Holiday" from the ''American Edit'' mashup album.
** In fact, Nash has a knack for choosing appropriate music for the situation at hand, which is understandable given his line of work. A crowning example of this would be in his ''Top Classic Doctors'' review, where he managed to choose perfect songs to represent each Doctor.
** The intro to ''Here There Be Dragons'' features a chiptune cover of Gary Moore's "Over the Hills and Far Away."
1st Jun '16 1:25:27 PM funbreaker
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*** The next that Tara now lived with, Miracle, for her crankiness and utter refusal to acknowledge the camera. They called her "Kitty-Gives-No-Fucks."

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*** The next cat that Tara now lived with, Miracle, for her crankiness and utter refusal to acknowledge the camera. They called her "Kitty-Gives-No-Fucks."
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