The meme. [[labelnote:Explanation]]The explanation behind the meme.[[/labelnote]] =] Explanation Like this.
I can't believe it's not sand. Explanation A reference to the pirate Bashkar who had a rather interesting item which he tried to sell to Kagetsu who sadly refused to buy it. The item in question later became stuff of legend.
Bashkar: I see ye already have it. Looks a bit rusted though, and I have just the thing for rust protection. It be called "I can't believe it's not sand." It looks like sand, it feels like sand, it tastes like sand, but here's the crazy part - it be not sand! Although it be not guaranteed that ye won't actually end up with sand. So, shall we start the bidding at...oh let's say...four treasure chests full of sparkly gems?
Leon says "fuck" a bunch of times. Explanation A reference to how LeonAlcibiates always seems to get the short end of the stick and ends up cursing after he realizes what mess he's ended up in this time around.
Long, monotonous carriage rides. Explanation A reference to how during the Arawn Losstarot War the heroes were stuck on a seemingly neverending carriage ride with literally nothing to do and which nearly bore many characters to death.
Pink, fluffy bunnies. Explanation A reference to the heroes facing an unexpected and dangerous threat in the forest during the Manster Rebellion, namely a horde of pink, fluffy bunnies who they had to flee from.
Something warm and (definitely not) floppy (on her neck). Explanation A reference to Ax's tendency to end up in the vicinity of men whose lower half is naked for one reason or another and who may or may not have floppy parts. And usually those men just happen to end up on top of her.
Arms can be floppy too when a person's unconscious!
That fire was either accidental or one done on purpose. Explanation A reference to Raistlin'sbrilliant deduction about the origins of a mysterious fire during the Cardian War.
Tragic caulk/cock explosion. Explanation A reference to rather unfortunate mishaps with caulks as well as men's certain body parts, the most notable victim being Hageoyaji d'Arioc.