Sunday, September 23, 2007

Dear Strong Bad...

A while back, I decided to drop an email to Strong Bad whenever I thought of one. Haven't had any luck, of course, but one of these days I might make it.

So, anyone want to share some emails they've sent to Strong Bad? Here are some of mine:

Dear Strong Bad,

I've sent you a shrink ray via snail mail. Every cartoon needs an Incredible Shrinking Whatever episode, so here's your chance!

-Bronze Dog

Dear Strong Bad,

If you ever want to see your dear little brother ever again, you'll come to the back of Bubs's Concession Stand with a case of Cold Ones.

Dear Strong Bad,

If you ever want to see your dear little The Cheat ever again, you'll come to the back of Bubs's Concession Stand with a case of Cold Ones.

Dear Strong Bad,

If you ever want to see your dear little case of Cold Ones ever again... Well, nevermind. I got what I want.

Dear Strong Bad,

makehomestarrunnerandstrongbadswitchbodies.exe!

-Bronze Dog

So anyway, on with yours.

3 comments:

Maronan said...

I've sent four, so far.

This one:

To Whom It May Concern (you),

How come you live with your brothers? Why don't you have your own house?

James, Matthew, and/or Larry

Car #2698,
The D Train,
New York City

And this one:

Dear Misha SB,

I need money. How can I get some? What do you do when you need more money? Can you give me money? If not, could you at least let me sell Strong Sad's weird feet? I can probably get two grand for them, and I'll give you half.

Yours sincerely,
James, Matthew, and/or Larry
Car #2698, The D Train,
New York City

And this one:

Dear Mr. Strong Bartholomew Bad:

The Official City Council Of New York has officially and respectfully submitted the following question: Have you found the DNA evidence yet?

Yours sincerely and existingly,
Daniel, John, and/or Steven,
Car #1598, The 3 Train,
New York City

And, just now, this one:

Dear Sir,

Why is your weekly feature, the email cartoon, consistently marred by cheap jokes and low-brow humour? Your cartoon celebrates email, one of civilisation's greatest achievements, yet you consistently appeal to our basic instincts for crass humour.

Yours etc,
William Knickers

Homestar meets Python!

Akusai said...

I've only sent one, and it was to ask Strong Bad if, given his fascination with dragons, he had ever played a tabletop fantasy RPG.

Alas, the world may never know.

Tom Foss said...

I sent my first one fairly recently, to address a genuine in-continuity question:

Dear Strong Bad,

Since The Cheat only speaks in The Cheat-ese, who does the voices in the Powered by The Cheat cartoons?

Thanks!
Tom
Illinois