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|Dec 21st, 2009 09:47 PM|
|Nick||WAKA WAKA WAKA MERRY CHRISTMAS|
|Dec 17th, 2009 06:33 PM|
The thing that always bothered me about packman is that you are clearly viewing a maze from the top, while you see packman from the side and the ghosts from the front.
Unless of course it's some floating, vertical maze that they're all hovering through...
|Dec 17th, 2009 12:49 PM|
|OhSoTree||Pepper is a hot little pac-ette.|
|Dec 16th, 2009 07:41 PM|
While playing Ms. Pac-Man today I asked these questions:
What kind of animal is a Pac-Man?
What is Ms. Pac-Man's maiden name?
What is Ms. Pac-Man's FIRST name?
Why isn't she "Mrs" Pac-Man? Aren't they married?
If they were married, was it in a church?
What god do Pac-Men worship?
Does Ms Pac-Man have a vagina?
How do Pac-Men sustain themselves from eating ghosts?
Are they the ghosts of human men or Pac-Men?
|Dec 15th, 2009 08:06 PM|
|Dec 15th, 2009 06:12 PM|
Then I made some memory: Every Christmas special in which Santa appears some kind of accident happens to him, making his the most dangerous job to do in the whole universe (and kind of explaining why he only does it once a year. Imagine the insurance rates he has to pay if -every year- he crashes, gets kidnapped, gets his reindeers/sack of toys/sleigh stolen...) and its up for the hero of the cartoon to do his job or help him out.
This kind of makes Santa a really pathetic guy, doesn't it? He only works for one day, and sometimes, he doesn't even do that right (how many times has the hero of the cartoon has taken the place of Santa in the gifts delivery because he could't make it?). I mean, I suppose he could imagine a backup plan on any of the other 364 days the rest of the year has, so, the next time he's attacked by a pack of wild zombie boars from another planet, he kind of has some alternate plan to keep his thing going and not to rely on a complete stranger...
... Isn't there any Christmass special where Santa finds not a good samaritan, but an ax-wielding psycho who instead of delivering toys to the children delivers pain and sorrow under Santa's guise and approval? Damn, that would be a cool (if twisted) program/movie this time of year.
|Dec 15th, 2009 04:25 PM|
|saturnknight||I never got the joys of watching this cartoon growing up, but the cereal was enough to keep me hyper as a kid.|
|Dec 14th, 2009 07:52 PM|
|Aries||I love how Sour Puss is wearing earmuffs although his ears are on top of his head.|
|Dec 14th, 2009 04:51 PM|
This is all I can think of when I think of the Pac-Man cartoon. Or most Christmas specials, in general.
|Dec 14th, 2009 01:47 PM|
|Dec 14th, 2009 12:03 PM|
|Doctor_Who||I liked this show, but later on it got weird. Like they started doing episodes about a "Super Pac" character, and also some sort of cousin of Pac-Man.|
|Dec 14th, 2009 10:50 AM|
|Taco Head||Ah the cartoon's of the 80's. Every thing had a cartoon then, every cartoon had a Christmas spacial. And this shows that deep down inside, pac man is just like the rest of us, only shorter and rounder.|
|Dec 14th, 2009 10:44 AM|
|executioneer||i used to watch a vhs tape of this all the time, even in non-holiday circumstances|
|Dec 14th, 2009 06:06 AM|
|Julio||I think that the presents given to the ghosts contain mini-pacs who will chomp them the very moment they are freed from their box. Clyde & Co. might have not been greeted with hostility when they showed up, but Pac-Man is so smart that he came up with something the ghosts won't suspect is a trap, right?|
|Dec 14th, 2009 05:23 AM|
Christmas Comes To Pac-Land - The Pac-Man Christmas Special!
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