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Exactly How Life Should Be.

We are awesome. Fuck yes.
Why can't we feel like this every day of our lives?



bhseven (Guest) on 06/18/2008 2:18 pm

Because them damn terrorist are winning!!

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McFly on 06/18/2008 2:19 pm

I think that they are saying the Thundercats “HO!” instead of acting like Prince Adam. Otherwise, they would be half naked, wielding swords, and riding armored tigers while giving off suggested gay-undertones (not that there is anything wrong with that).

However, thinking about how Thundercats was; there was not too much difference.

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BakaGaijin on 06/18/2008 2:34 pm

It's like some weird He-Man mafia. All they need is gold chains and pinky rings.

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absurd_nerd on 06/18/2008 2:37 pm

Because that level of bliss is reserved for feel like that everyday would overwhelm the average person.

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Tadao on 06/18/2008 2:46 pm

Those kids look like little brats that need a good wallop along side their head. Especially the one on the right.

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Ashmodai on 06/18/2008 3:52 pm

If only everybody could have clothing that awesome. All the world's problems would be solved.

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TheDoomThing on 06/18/2008 4:55 pm

If the world was like that everyday, this stuff would happen:

  • Life would suck. Ass. Donkey Ass.
  • To talk, you would have to scream "I'M SO GAY!!!"
  • Everyone would like He-man. Even though it sucks cancerous ass.

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captain516 on 06/18/2008 5:05 pm

too much of a good thing, you know.

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darkvare on 06/18/2008 5:08 pm

case he-man is a homo and probably molests children?

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King Credo on 06/18/2008 5:45 pm

it looks like the middle one is crying while trying to break up a fight between the other two. do you want the world to be that angry? is that your dream, Rog? are you so miserable that you dream of a world where children wear pajamas in public and try to kill each other? just kidding. that's my dream.

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Grossenschwamm on 06/18/2008 6:32 pm

Why are they all little blonde boys with the same damn haircut?! Is this a Hitler Youth propaganda poster from the 80's? Is He-man all that is Teutonic, Aryan, and proud? God help us all.

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Angryhydralisk on 06/18/2008 6:33 pm

Have you seen the average woman's pants? They are all fuzzy now and resemble pajamas. This dream has already happened to them.

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Output on 06/18/2008 6:38 pm

Who was your "favorite"....Teela or Evil-Lyn?


daveydave (Guest) on 06/18/2008 7:04 pm

I feel like that when I visit this site. Sadly, it's one of my only joys left. Thanks Rog!

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Desert_Screams on 06/18/2008 7:32 pm

The emo one in the middle is actually having his arms held by the ones flanking him. I think what you have here is test footage from Mel Gibson's next project, THE PASSION OF PRINCE ADAM.

"By the power of Jeeeeeeeeeeesus!"

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Jaimas on 06/18/2008 9:09 pm

Clearly they are enjoying the youthful exuberance that only being children can be. At our age we become inured to the horrors of life; to have knowledge truly is to be damned in some cases.

You people only wish you could know such fulfillment right now.


ColdFusion (Guest) on 06/18/2008 9:31 pm

Fuck yeah, I had ninja turtle gear. I was so kewlz.
The reason we can't be kewlz like that now is they don't make that shiz in larger sizes :C

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Purple Man on 06/18/2008 10:33 pm

Damn Hitler Youth, that's all I see in that pic.

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Orastella on 06/18/2008 10:42 pm

Because we don't have He-Man sweatsuits.

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Silver on 06/18/2008 11:50 pm

Ah, come on -RoG-... Everybody here knows that you keep a cozy He-Man outfit for every single time you go jogging in the mornings.

Now, if you were to wear a blonde bowl-cut wig, that would be a completely different story.

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Ferrit on 06/19/2008 12:11 am

If I felt like that every day of my life I'd have no reason to check out I-Mockery every day. Think about that one. Think about it. Think...

(cue The Gonk)


LordSetheris (Guest) on 06/19/2008 12:16 am

I'm too young to know he-man...

OH wait? What's that? Google?
-5 minutes pass-

Oh... thats... interesting...

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Jigby Huggletinks on 06/19/2008 12:50 am

I've been an i-Mockery regular for several years now, and this is the best Blabber Blog entry to date.


Udlras (Guest) on 06/19/2008 4:28 am

Did they photoshop the kids chin on the right?

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simogene on 06/19/2008 5:18 am

I'm willing to bet that these children, now grown up, look back on this photo and say to themselves "Dear god, what a dork I was!"

How dorky does that make us? Just a thought...

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Doctor_Who on 06/19/2008 5:21 am

I DO feel like that. All the time. I thought everyone did.

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greenimp on 06/19/2008 6:01 am


well, this is off topic i know, (and i apoligise for that), but there is this great show on tv in australia right now called the gruen transfer, it's about ads and how they affect you, but in a really funny way, anywayz, check this out: its where you can make your own ad, basically taking the piss out of beer, bueaty and banks.

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Odworthy on 06/19/2008 6:42 am

The more I look at the photo, the creepier it gets. The kid in the middle has clearly just witnessed some horrific incident that will scar him for life. The other two are restraining him and forcing him to continue to watch while cackling manically and revelling in his pain and anguish.

Then again, maybe that says more about me than the photo...

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McFly on 06/19/2008 7:17 am

Maybe this is somewhat of a Rorschach test to determine how we all perceive these kids as feeling. Maybe it has deeper psychological indications of how we feel about life. Whether or not we judge the clothes, attitudes, or perceptions of the scenario presented will tell whether or not we are stable people.

Is that what you meant to do Rog? I haven’t heard voices in a while… but… wait, THEY’RE BACK!!!! Damn you and your psychological manipulations!

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Icculus on 06/19/2008 8:55 am

We really need to disect the picture to figure out whats going on.

We have a time frame, the 80's, so most likely these childrens parents have traded them for an 8 ball and a copy of Thriller. Being mildly savy gaurdians, they knew they only way the kids could make it in this world is if they were tough. Judging by the colors they wear they are being raised by crips.

Why must we all take something so pure and try to crap on it?

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macrodeath on 06/19/2008 9:10 am

Man, i don't want to feel like RETARD...


Art Vandelay (Guest) on 06/19/2008 9:13 am

That level of happiness can only be achieved while wearing He-Man sweatpants.

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Sir on 06/19/2008 11:50 am

I believe that instead of feeling like that every day, we should be able to scream loud profanities into the ears of small children, scarring them for life.

Oh wait...I already do that.


Tom the Bomb (Guest) on 06/19/2008 12:09 pm

Roger, what do you mean, "Why can't we...?" ME FIX ME FIX ME FIX --- "We can feel like this all the time." p.s. we may not necessarily want to. It's a preferential thing and you can turn it off or on whenever you god-damn-well please. BOOYA!


Tom the Bomb (Guest) on 06/19/2008 12:12 pm

TAKE TWO: THE SARCASTIC VERSION~ Why, Roger? Well I for one don't feel that way because I was never a blonde kid with two equally retarded older brothers who are twins and scream in both of my ears. Just a thought.


Tom the Bomb (Guest) on 06/19/2008 12:40 pm

TAKE THREE: THE MOM VERSION~ (sigh) And they *all* have to be He-Man, don't they? Uh! Yes they do. If they don't *all* get to be He-Man the little one gets cranky and the twins fight. I tell ya' Marge. (because all moms have a friend named Marge)

TAKE FOUR: THE KIDS VERSION~ Mom look, I'm He-Man / No I'm He-Man, Mom! I am! / Shut-up, I was He-Man first! / No you weren't. / Yes I was...


Joe (Guest) on 06/19/2008 4:46 pm

Why can't we feel like this every day of our lives?

Because the 80s are over and we all grown up now :(


Kevin Stecko (Guest) on 06/19/2008 5:13 pm

You can feel like this any day you like. That's why I created

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Kitsunexus on 06/19/2008 8:51 pm

Because life isn't a shitty JPG of an advertisement for old cartoon merchandise.


rogsux (Guest) on 06/20/2008 6:32 pm

everyone here wants to be a comedian aparently well none of you are funny... not the least bit nope... i see what you're sayong rog and i agree one hundred percent...... poop


corneliustheape (Guest) on 06/24/2008 10:12 am

Becuase Skeletor stole my goddamn stash


Cath (Guest) on 07/11/2008 3:56 am

I so wanna join in with them.


I was She-Ra princess of power when I was younger. God I was the shit.


Andrew Richards (Guest) on 08/10/2012 8:37 am

"Why can't we feel like this every day of our lives?"

Yet isn't this how we Masters fans have felt for the last month.

The 2 bigger kids are Toygure and Digital River terrorising us into subscribing and blaming us for all their screw-ups and we fans are the little kid in the middle, scared witless into subbing for 2013. :P


Andrew Richards (Guest) on 08/10/2012 9:11 am

It looks a little incomplete and so I captioned it to make it a little more contemporary:

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