Funny: The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening
- After stealing from a shop, which, on top of renaming you to "THIEF":
"Guess what? You got it for free. Are you proud of yourself?""I wasn't kidding when I said pay! Now, you'll pay the ultimate price!!"
- Most of the photo ops in the DX version, particularly:
- "Heads up!": Marin falling on Link if he leads her down the well.
- "Link plays with BowWow": BowWow trying to eat Link.
- Tarin forcing himself between Link and Marin when they get a picture taken at the rooster statue.
- The photographer falling off a bridge while trying to take your photo.
- And of course, the 13th picture, "Game Over": Link appears beaten up because the photographer did not take "No" for an answer the first time he takes your picture.
- A lot of stuff that Marin does when she's following you. The well and statue photographs seen above come during this part, but you can also have fun taking her to the Trendy Game, where she asks you to buy her a turn. It's well worth the 10 rupees.
Marin: Ha ha ha! Do it! Do it! Do it moooore! ... ... Hunh? No, it's nothing... I didn't mean it.
- Play the ocarina with Marin and she'll tell you you're not very good at it. When Link questions her she says he's hearing things.
- There's something funny about Marin calling you a "bad boy" when you throw a pot. No matter how you say it, it just doesn't come out serious.
- The first twenty times you attack a Cuckoo, Marin will chide you. After you hit it some more:
Marin: Great! Dig it! Dig it! Dig to the center of the earth!
- Try digging and you get this:
- Hell, when you first get Marin... You lift her up and the Item Get jingle goes. To quote Chuggaaconroy: "Link is a master at Picking Up Chicks."
- You could also say that he swept her off her feet, or that they just became an item.
- After the third dungeon, Tarin asks if he can borrow a stick you're carrying (as part of a Chain of Deals). When you do, he chooses to... strike the nearby honeycomb. It goes about how you'd expect.
- "You got the Magic Rod! Now you can burn things! Burn it! Burn, baby, burn!"
- "You k-k-k...beat my brothers!". Whether it's purposeful as a parody of Never Say "Die", or accidental and thus full of unintentional Narm, it's still worth a good laugh.