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Jan 27, 2002 | 1:15 AM EST
  • Daily 3rd Place January 28, 2002

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    All Your Base Learn the history of the AYB phenomenon, then watch the original movie and many spin-offs!

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This is a parody of "All your base." It's based on NG's Biggest Topic in the general BBS. all the pics are from that thread. Enjoy!

Sorry it's so big. ^_^

P.S. Just for the record, I like anime and it's girls, I just don't like what the anime girls thread turned into.

***UPDATE*** On 5/9/02 at 12:13 AM, humantarget52 was the 10,000th poster in NG's Biggest Topic! ¥ has won!

Reviews


Chacellor22Chacellor22

Rated 5 / 5 stars

They're 1337

This is probably one of the more original AYB spoofs. It's a lot of fun and even though I wasn't familair with the BBS when I first saw it I still got the gist of it and I still thought it was hillarious.

It was original for two primary reasons. One, the music was perhaps the best AYB-rip off I've ever heard, great song guys! And 2 it was a different theme with all the pictures in that all of them showed OrangeClock or Shrapnel or the Yen symbol in various ways that were all interesting or funny.

All in all, a very nice piece, guys :-)



AmuroAmuro

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Utter brilliance!

Wow, what a fun movie... Has a good story behind it, too. An all-in-all good experience... Especially all of the early reviewers trying to be all righteous by proclaiming that ¥ means yen.



SpartanClockSpartanClock

Rated 5 / 5 stars

¥ is REAL!

I never knew it was real! ¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥!



ikilledsatinikilledsatin

Rated 5 / 5 stars

ROFLZ I LAFFFED THROUGH THE WHOLE THING!!! XD

"all your spam, your spam, spam, spam, all your spam are belong to........" then i kinda lost it there. All my 5's r blong 2 this.



UnmannedpersonUnmannedperson

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Ehh...

Wasn't the best thing ever, but was still good. umm... either i dont know the symbol for spam or your confused. the Y thing is a yen (japan's currency, like our $)


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