Tuesday, October 15, 2013

TROGDOR THE BURNINATOR!

I was looking for video instructions on art and drawing and re-discovered this one.  It reminded me of a time only a few years ago when I had a house full of fuzzy-faced sons, YouTube was new and Strong Bad was King.  I really miss you BeeRonie and Bobert. Way to escape into the mountains.  Thank goodness I still have Beavis to leave underwear in the laundry room and science experiments under the bed.  I still have The Cheat sticker in the back window of my Subaru. Long live Trogdor the Burninator!

10 comments:

Linda Sue said...

Oh Man, this so made my day, afternoon, evening! We watched strongbad loads. I so miss this nonsense, thanks for bringing it back- for a moment the house felt normal again...

gowestferalwoman said...

Dang - at our house, Teen Girl squad was it! In fact i remember the oldest in HS wearing her homemade costume with her girl friends- TEEN GRRRL SQUAD! for halloween... and the bumper sticker that was on the girls saturn, that Mr. foresterman refused to drive because he said it made him look like a pedophile LOL...

HOMESTAR RUNNER daughter version ;p!

Geo. said...

Excellent instructional video. Reminds me of Wolfman Jack's DJ days in the '60s. He would've been a great art instructor.

Anzu said...

How funny high tension guy is!
I like his comic-tinged pictures.
Thank you for sharing the video.

Buttons said...

Oh now I miss my girls and they just left:)Hug B

Pearl said...

... and add angry eyebrows...

:-)

I laughed. I miss my son living at home right now. :-)

Pearl

Carla said...

That just slays me! "Burninating the Peasants...." :)

Terry and Linda said...

I missed all this ...the worst was PACMAN when my kids were growing up!!

Linda
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TALON said...

How much the world has changed...and the interior of my house is less cluttered now that my three are grown. Like you, Leenie, I carry fond memories of those times. Though, at the time, 2 boys and a girl all within 5 years made for some hectic hours. :) How quickly the years fly!

Pam said...

Go Trogdor!
My daughter when in her teens had a cartoon character she and friends had invented called Mr. Oblivious - they drew him in all sorts of situations, but I think even he would have noticed if he set a peasant on fire.
Enjoyed your post Leenie.