"Hey everybody it's Chuggaaconroy, and welcome back to more [insert game here]
— Chuggaaconroy, whenever he is particularly frustrated with a Nintendo game's mechanics, puzzles, or the like.
"Seriously, Moltres, I am here recording this on a Saturday night. [Moltres breaks out of the Poké Ball again] So close. I'm here recording this on a Saturday night. You think that I'm just going to give up and I'm just going to go somewhere else and I'm going to give up on catching you? You think I have better things to do than sitting here trying to cram a six-foot tall bird into something the size of a baseball? No, I don't have anything better to do. You think I have friends to go see? You think I have places to go hang out? You think I have dates to go on? You think I have sex to have? Well, apparently you don't know teenage boys on the internet very well. [beat
] God, that was a sick burn on myself. Jeez. That was actually pretty relentless. God, I can't believe I said that."
..."That was the epitome of no life right there."
"Last time on Super Mario Sunshine
, in a nutshell: Chuggaaconroy!
Delfino Airstrip, 10 coins. Your mother sings very strange songs~
Eight red coin mission, turbo nozzle. Religious imagery! Shine Sprite. Keep your coins! The 100 coins: Easiest 100 coin shine in the entire game. You fail at life. The blue coins... DOWN that door. Spray that ice cube. Thank
you! God, I... Pianta fire: after the flood, he moves up here. Homina-HUMM
-numnum! Butt. Mightier. Than. Cardboard. Coin. Blue
coin. Now for this lady. "Pineapples!" Yellow, Miyamoto's racist. Shoplifting produce makes everything better. That's what I'm talkin' 'bout! Guilty of possession of stolen fruit. She wants bananas, bananas. Bananas. Drop them right in. Yellow toad, blue toad! You know what game that reminds me of? Durians!
You can only kick them. Jumping
and then running into them; not that hard. [blubbering] Ah, ah, ah, ah, ah!
C'mon, swim to the island faster, 'cause this is where the next fruit sidequest is."
— Chuggaaconroy, explaining what was bugging him about Electrode in Part 29
of Pokémon FireRed
"YOU'RE NOT REALLY A REDHEAD! You had work done on your sprite!"
— Chuggaaconroy fighting off against Jasmine and finding out that she's not a redhead.
"Wait a minute! Hold on. Wait a minute. So there was no statement by the defense, no attorney
appointed to the defense, no witnesses called, no evidence presented, nobody even bothered to notice that we literally got here four minutes and thirty-four seconds before we were arrested, and there wasn't even a jury
? This is more rigged than Saddam Hussein
"YOU GOTTA BE KIDDING ME!"
— Chuggaaconroy, whenever something goes awry.
(reading the Champ in making's words) "Yo, challenger! Bugsy's young but his knowledge of—" (gasps and zooms in on the word 'his')—BUGSY'S A BOY?!
"There is a Pokémon that I want to get in this area, so let's look around for it for a second and-" [Wild Pokémon encounter
] "-alright, maybe this is it now. Yes, this is it, and... OH MY GOD!
— Encountering a shiny Koffing in Pokémon Crystal
"Where did Miyamoto
graduate college? Wii U
! ...nah, that's not gonna work."
*Looks at the moon* "Hey buddy how's it going?" *Looks away* "...You know what?" *Looks back* "What are you up to this fine night? Looking to destroy the world, you read any good books? *pause* Ah, I see, you read the chapter in the bible on the apocalypse. Ah. Okay. *pause* ...I'm just trying to make good conversation until it's 2AM okay, c'mon, there's no one else around to talk to!"
*fighting Wart* "Guess that makes him a BURGONING SPIDER-WART! HA-HA, YES! Wouldn't be me if I didn't make bad jokes! YA-HA HA HA HA HA! NONE SHALL ESCAPE MY BAD JOKES! NO MAN, WOMAN, CHILD - OR BUBBLE
! HA HA HA HA HA HA! ...Oh, god. Had to get that outta my system. Woo!"
"OH MY GOD CARDBOARD BOXES HAVE TAKEN OVER THE WORLD I ALWAYS KNEW THEY WERE EVIL!"
"Typically, Ladies have a lot of money, though, so beat them up... THAT SOUNDED AMAZING. WOW."
" 'Or, will you follow us back to our hideout in Lilycove City?' WHY ARE YOU TELLING ME WHERE TO FIND YOU?! Your grunts told me what you were doing and where you would be and you told me where you were taking what you were stealing and where I could confront you, and even asked me if I would. What is wrong with you?! Maxie might have the stupidest voice, but at least he's not that stupid!"
— In response to Team Aqua collectively holding the Idiot Ball
"Okay, so last video: There's something I wanted to address because I was called out on two things by you, the viewers. First thing is entirely my fault. I typed up Beautifly's name as "Beautiful." I make mistakes, I deserved to be called out on it. Thank you for pointing that out. Second though, I really need to address. [Talking very fast]
It was when I said that Wurmple evolves at random. I received hundreds upon hundreds of comments trying to educate me that it depends on gender, time of day, or some other not-random factor. I am here to disprove this because it is not dependent on gender but on personality value. Gender is only one of four integers that make up a Pokémon's personality value. This is a 32-bit value between 0 and 4,294,967,295, represented in binary, that was introduced in Generation III, one generation after gender was implemented for Pokémon other than Nidoran. Breaking down how this works, Wurmple's evolution depends on the last two bytes of this integer, only one of which decides the Pokémon's gender. It is determined by taking these numbers combined between the two bytes of memory, dividing them by 10, and seeing if the remainder is more or less than 5. If the remainder is less than 5, you get a Silcoon. If it is equal to or greater than 5, you get a Cascoon. There's many player's guides floating around out there that have this detail wrong, so I can understand why you would think otherwise. But if you're gonna try to correct me, please get your facts straight before you do, otherwise, I CAN AND WILL NERD OUT ON YOU. But, what do I know? I can't even spell "Beautifly" right!"
— Pulling one out of his odds-defying Pokémon catches.
"YOU SON OF A CANADIAN!"
"This world is something truly worth saving. This world has no need for gods."
"I know it can be hard to say how you really feel about things, I know it can be scary and make you feel like you don't belong someplace. I've had plenty of that feeling throughout my life. But the fact is, I see so many people every day, that seem to believe they are powerless. That they won't really make a difference because they're one person. And more than anything else in my life, this was already something that I strongly believed in, but more than anything else in my life, that experience of sharing the news that Teddy had passed away with all of you: If there was anything good that came from losing Teddy... It was seeing just how powerful expression can be. In this amazing world, where everything is interconnected, where you can talk to anyone at anytime, and I think it's such a shame that there are people out there that use this to make other people feel terrible, to hurt other people. It has tremendous power, and ironically, the people that I see hurting other people with this ability, are those who believe they are powerless, are those who believe they won't make a difference. And in a lot of cases, I feel that's why people do it, because they feel like it won't matter and they might as well make themselves noticed somehow. What I'm trying to say is: Don't forget to express what you feel. All of us I'm sure, I know definitely I have, wished at some point or another that they had somebody that would be empowering or who would say something like that to them. And YOU can be that person that you wished you had."