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Discussion in 'Platypus Comix' started by Peter Paltridge, Jul 6, 2010.
I saw this in the car but couldn't do what the sign told me to because not only would it probably be illegal to do in the car, I doubt my mom would want to see me.
I know where that is, too. It's existed as long as I can remember, so they've been calling themselves "FAP" since at least the 1980's.
Here's a VERY interesting picture from Marvel's Beavis and Butthead comic book:
And yes, that is The Thing next to him.
Uh, well, uh..
On Freaks and Geeks they said those things were originally called "Lick-A-Maid," so they should just......
.....actually, that's not much better.
Ha! It was actually Lik-M-Aid, I remember because I used to eat them. I think it's supposed to evoke lemonade, but that's pretty funny.
Note that at this point there was no vanilla stick.
The one I vividly remember eating was this version from the 80s.
Is this real?
By the way, I find it weird that we almost didn't nominate JFK because of fears he would Catholicize the whole country, and now we have a guy whose entire platform outright promises it. Maybe we're growing more tolerant?
Totes real. That's from when he lost his senate seat.
Sorry to bump, but:
This is my new favorite image. I will now routinely use this in message board threads, editing in the names of anyone who pisses me off.
These sound like something Pete would make fun of. I found two issues of this comic book by Tandy Computers called "Whiz Kids." I bought them both and it only cost me 50 cents.
No kidding; I already did make fun of them.
If you feel like scanning in bigger versions of them, though, I could consider writing another one.
Well, I thought that sounded familiar. About scanning, that would be a lot of work. Perusing the comic, I did see what looks like a shameless plug:
I found a site that has a whole bunch of issues of the comic book scanned. http://www.atarimagazines.com/whizkids/
I was looking for stuff for the next "Things You Can't Ever Have" and found these pics...which didn't come from eBay or were of things for sale. But this looks so cool, it must be shared:
A Super Mario level invented by Bryan Lee O'Malley when he was a kid.