SNES9X.Explanation Much like the above, a video where slowbeef reads "On Liberty" and states "SNES 9 X" whenever the LPer pulls up the titular emulator's state screen (which, since he's playing Kaizo Mario World, is often).
Getting McDonald's food for Christmas gifts.Explanation A rather poorly-worded comment from Billy MC caused the duo to believe that his mother (who they had already painted as abusive) gets him McDonald's for Christmas.
Parodying Newgrounds scores by posting incredibly vitriolic and hyperbolic one paragraph reviews followed by "10/10" or "9/10". As well as replying to a comment with "People found this review helpful!"
"My grotty piss stained toilet".Explanation A rather unusually eloquent phrase from Arrival in Hell.
Most of the reviews featured in the Meet 'n Fuck Kingdom riff became memes very quickly.
"[unrelated statement] and my cock is huge".
"My laptop is full of cum".
"I love sex awesome fuck".
Titty-mmm-bop-bop-tittays.Explanation A Newgrounds review featured in Chip Cheezum's riff of Xin #11 asked for more of these.
Woe be unto those YouTube videos featuring someone named Mike Dawson ever since the Dark Seed 2 RP, such as this. May your comments be filled with confusing references to such.
"[Name], did you kill Rita?"Explanation Throughout the second game, Mike asks various characters if they killed Rita. Quickly became a Discredited Meme for many (including slowbeef himself).
"Here Mike, this will explain everything." Explanation Late in the game, Mike comes across his own mother in the Dark World, who says this and immediately dies of a head explosion. Diabetus' hysterical reaction to this made it the Signature Scene of the entire LP.
Paul.Explanation A side character who does nothing but stand in one spot and water his lawn all day, speaking in a Creepy Monotone. He became an Ensemble Darkhorse quickly.
Ring toss.Explanation A good portion of the game is spent trying to figure out a way to win at ring toss, and Mike loses every single time he tries normally. It became a part of his character very quickly.
"'Ey, you missed, pal."Explanation The carnie nearby says this whenever you miss.
Parrot Grass the spy.Explanation Late in the game, a scene where Parrot Grass is revealed to be an imposter featured an incredible amount of Funny Moments, sending the duo into a laughing fit.
John Mayor catching things.Explanation A scene in Deep Fear shows the game's protagonist offhandedly catching a keycard, which quickly became a memetic part of his character.
Psycho Killer: The titular killer running.Explanation One death scene in the game shows the killer running towards the camera in an incredibly goofy fashion. Then someone paired it up with◊ a scene from the intro to Dark Seed 2...
From Shadow of the ............ Comet videos, padding posts with lots of ellipses and blank lines Explanation It's a voice-acted game that suffers from terribly paced dialog with lots of unnatural pauses, possibly caused by Loads and Loads of Loading
Battletoads.Explanation Diabetus is associated with the series, mostly since he LPed two Battletoads games early in his career.
Variations of "I have a challenge for (game development company). In the next (game the development company makes), (main character) gets (terminal disease or crippling disadvantage)."Explanation Derived from Wood's infamous quote asking for Eidos to make a Tomb Raider III where Lara gets breast cancer. Oftentimes, people will respond with "Metal Gear Solid 4. Done."
Likewise, George's idea for a racing game where you must race to the hospital deliver your wife's baby and obey traffic laws has caught on (particularly with mentions of going through waterfalls, also from the same review).
"Donkey Kong Country is truly perfect. If you do not get this amazing new generation of Donkey Kong Country madness, you are stupid. Yes, I know it's insulting, but that's also the truth. If you're a true video game fan, you will not hesitate in the slightest bit to buy this piece of gaming history."Explanation Another particularly absurd quote.
"I figured it was just a glitch"Explanation A common cliché in video game creepypastas where the protagonist assumes the game in question doing bizarre and unexplainable behavior as a mere glitch and ignores it.
"Was the game hacked?"
Strangely specific time intervals
Objects from the game appearing in nightmares or real life
Sdrawkcab Name (only appeared in "The True Rorroh", but abused so badly there as to be memorable)
Trivial corrections in YouTube comments now tend to be followed with "100 yen is not a lot of money."Explanation Derived from a Pokémon-related video, where slowbeef makes a joke implying that 100 yen is a lot of money, and later lampshading his own lack of fact-checking.