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Newest South Park NEVERMORE related. (kind of).

Discussion in 'Nevermore' started by ZANEX, Oct 25, 2007.

  1. ZANEX

    ZANEX Alone Within My Lunacy

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    The newest "South Park" episode had "cartman" saying something like: "Every night , I see the same dream." This is similiar to lyrics in " I Am The Dog". I can confirm this.


    Zane
     
  2. Shmu

    Shmu To Bored To Live

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    "NEVERHEADS THOUGHTS ON CARTMAN DREAMING ABOUT WARREL DANE?!"
     
  4. Söy

    Söy Manfred von Richthofen

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    just send Mr. Tepes to visit
     
  5. mReEtTaIlRsEkD

    mReEtTaIlRsEkD New Metal Member

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    That's such a stretch of the imagination, good work on drawing a conclusion based on imagination. But if you actually think it was a vague reference to Nevermore i should vinegary puncture a hole in every pore of your face with my cock until you break out in penis pimples.
     
  6. Cat5Messiah

    Cat5Messiah Violator of Sheep

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    Chances are that it was a Nevermore reference. I believe both Matt Stone and Trey Parker like the metal genre and the two actually met at Berklee in Boston.

    There was even another Nevermore reference that was mentioned last year a couple of times on the forum. Even though the face on the shirt was Edgar Allen Poe, look at the lettering:
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  7. Kvlt Wench

    Kvlt Wench sews no mercy

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    I'd rather be a crying little pussy than a faggy goth anyday.
     
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    Agreed. Goff kids make me want to revert to shitting my pants just to throw it at them.
     
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    Cat5Messiah Violator of Sheep

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    It's actually hard to fathom what is more gay:
    Goth or Emo.
     
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    Depression is one thing. Emo is just silly. I'd say both goths and emos are equally GAY, but I'd kill an emo first. Gothic kids make funny subjects to point at and laugh a bit more often.
     
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    Shit. Erm, gothic kids, if I had to choose. They created funny/crappy bands like Type O.
     
  12. dreaming neon darkspot

    dreaming neon darkspot natures' retard

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    i like goth kids who know what they're talking about (Bauhaus, Byron, graveyards, flouncy Victorian flocks - i'm so gay - etc) ... of course, most of them think that Johnny the Homicidal Maniac and Care Bears, and maybe Edgar Allen Poe, are the be all, end all of goth, so ... yeah. they're just retarded.
     
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    Had you ever read Poe's humorous stories? They're fucking awesome. I like them far more than his horror. Read "Some Words with a Mummy."
     
  14. dreaming neon darkspot

    dreaming neon darkspot natures' retard

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    emo's just more socially acceptable than goth ... and it's followers are perverting a much less credible movement, therefore i think they win in the retardation contest, though they aren't as outright annoying because they haven't been hanging out at malls as long.
     
  15. dreaming neon darkspot

    dreaming neon darkspot natures' retard

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    hm... i'm intrigued.
     
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    I have one of those books from 1968 that contain ALL of his stories. Great shit for bathroom literature time. I laugh the poo out. And he has one called The Gold Bug that's a pirate treasure story that isn't the least bit cheesy either.
     
  17. neal

    neal wizard in black

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    i think he actually said the lyric, which is "every night the dream is the same"
     
  18. dreaming neon darkspot

    dreaming neon darkspot natures' retard

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    ehh... i think his stuff does contain a certain amount of angst ... but it's about the impending death of himself and everyone he loves, not breaking up with his girlfriend of 4 weeks and losing his favorite Nightmare Before Christmas fuzzy wristband
     
  19. Necromunchkin

    Necromunchkin Lord of the Whisky

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    Horror, traditionally, was not frightening as is commonly defined today. Horror (often called gothic horror, historically, but no association with "goths" as such) was actually intended to be more of a statement on the human condition. The "horror" effect was simply the instinctive aversion towards the realization of humanity's brutality or inhumanity. Shelly's "Frankenstein" is another example. Not scary as is seen contemporarily, but horrific in that a monster is less beast than his human creator. Poe is a defining author in this realm.

    Horror today is more defined by its attempts at terror. Raw fear, more akin to psychological fear. And in my mind, much less significant as literature.
     
  20. dreaming neon darkspot

    dreaming neon darkspot natures' retard

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    i guess it's just because he used supernatural elements to make those statements...
     

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