Wednesday, July 31, 2013

A Few Facts You May Not Have Known About Animaniacs

1) The only one of the Warners that has established their age is Wakko, who states that he is seven years old.
2) As of 2013, Yakko, Wakko, and Dot have been in the cartoon biz for 85 years, though they don't physically/mentally age.
3) The first Animaniacs cartoon was called, "I'm Mad".
It was released as a short in theaters for a pre-cartoon (y'know, how Pixar shows a cartoon before the movie), and the entire Animaniacs series was originally intended to be these types of shorts.
4) There were originally four Warner siblings named Yakky, Wakky, Smakky, and Dot.
5) Pinky and The Brain don't live in Acme Labs anymore. They live with Almyra (of Tiny Toons), as of another series called, "Almyra, Pinky, And The Brain". In Tiny Toons Spring Break special, Pinky and The Brain were seen in Almyr's room, though, and that pre-dated the spin-off.
6) "Faboo" is supposed to be short for "fabulous".

Tuesday, July 30, 2013

The ICM Dimension Chart

Sorry for not posting regularly in a while! I was stumped. But, anyways, I'm back with an onslaught of daily ideas! Like my dimension chart:

ICM's Dimension Chart

1D: A movie character who only does one thing, repeatedly.
2D: When you see a movie that is flat.
3D: When you see a movie, and the characters jump out at you.
4D: When you see a movie, and the characters jump out at you and you can feel/smell what the character is feeling/smelling.
7D: A brand of dried mangos.
What the heck happened during 5D and 6D?

Saturday, July 20, 2013


I really don't get why Molly Brown was called "unsinkable". All she did was propose that they saved the people.
Maybe if a continent was blowing up and I stood by and watched, the I said, "Y'know, someone should do something," they would make a documentary about me.
Just kidding! Please, no one take offense in this. I was just joking.

Monday, July 8, 2013

4000 Pageviews And M&Ms!

Surprisingly, I have over 4000 pageviews now! Yay me!
Also, I was thinking: there's a new M&M ad campaign where it shows the Red M&M escaping being eaten, and it made me think: every time I eat M&Ms, am I killing someone? My God.

Saturday, July 6, 2013

What Is My Favorite Line From A Comic?

My favorite comic may be Penuts and my favorite cartoonist may be the great Charles Schulz....okay, here's a chart:

1) Peanuts
2) Garfield
3) A tie between Pearls Before Swine, Foxtrot, and Calvin And Hobbes

But my favorite LINE from a comic is from a Pearls Before Swine comic. It's Larry (the father crocodile)'s line in panel three:

There you go! All credit goes to Stephan Pastis.

Thursday, July 4, 2013

Wednesday, July 3, 2013

Shakespeare For The Masses For The Masses

Hey-ooo! It's been quite a while since I posted, so I'm making up for it with a larger post. Have you ever heard of Shakespeare For The Masses?
It's technically translating Shakespeare, so he doesn't sound like Thor beating his face against an oar.
Above is a Pearls Before Swine comic explaining it. But I've decided to bring out Shakespeare For The Masses For The Masses. It's a more...modern...version.
I will display each Shakespeare line as it originally was, then do my own version. Enjoy!:
 "This above all: to thine own self be true". - Hamlet (Act I, Scene III).
"You can't pull a Barry Bonds anymore, people."
"The course of true love never did run smooth". - (Act I, Scene I). 
"I mean, come on, look at all the royal weddings, dude."
"I ’ll put a girdle round about the earth In forty minutes." Quote  Act II. Scene. 1 
"Put the Depends n the fat, old woman in forty minutes."
"Tempt not a desperate man" Romeo and Juliet Quote  (Act V, Sc. III).   
"Let's get drunk and then register to be on The Bachelor!"
Is Shakespeare clear now?