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fordelulzst4rawr
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02:28:22 PM Jul 5th 2012
in Kirby's Epic yarn, they have a lot of puns, but i forgot some of them. can ppl help?
SeptimusHeap
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02:50:05 PM Jul 4th 2012
A Worldwide Punomenon was redirected and YKTTW'd as per this TRS thread.
duochanmaxwell
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10:58:41 AM Mar 14th 2012
Well, I think it's a one-time and regional occurrence but I'd like more information on this: Yu Yu Hakusho manga, the Sensui saga, when they go to the Mushiyori district (14th volume, if I'm not wrong), they make a whole lot of puns involving holes and bugs in the Brazilian translation. Does this happen anywhere else?
jiglitilittllitllopin
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07:29:20 PM Sep 16th 2011
Final Fantasy 4: After Years NEVER EVER STOPS with this. Never. NEVER. (Im only gonna post a couple here, because I dont like being insane.) Worst of all they dont always make sense. And some things you know make sense, but youre not sure why.

There are tons of examples. My favorite is "News Eye" a Float-eye type monster that can shoot lasers and is surrounded by those godawful bats why spend their turns draining you (There should be a trope about those damnable bats. Its almsot as if their entire purpose in ever version of reality is to piss you off.)

The best one falls into fridge...Well its a fridge SOMETHING. A golden Armored Construct. Going by the name Armstrong, He's a bit of a jerk boss but when you beat him, you get an inexplicable amuont of EXP (1,969) and Gil (1,969). Oh, and you fight this boss on the moon. Yeah felt like a bit of a jackass to not have caught that one earlier.

Raysenn
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12:27:47 PM Sep 16th 2011
This page needs some natter cleanup. Anybody care to help?
83.233.80.137
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02:37:19 PM Jan 11th 2011
I don't get the pun. Disco, tent, winter? I justify my ignorance by saying that English isn't my first language. xD
DragonQuestZ
04:21:29 PM Jan 11th 2011
Well then you wouldn't get the idiom. Whatever your language is, I don't think I would get bad puns in your language, even if I knew it.
shufti
03:46:27 PM Jan 20th 2011
So what does it mean?
Shlapintogan
01:20:45 PM Jul 10th 2011
It's from Shakespeare's Richard III. The actual quote is "Now is the winter of our discontent made glorious summer by this son of York."
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