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- updated prtsc land me
Comment: Sprite of me riding PrtSc the Yoshi. Has been updated since PrtSc Land.
- uChIN RA G (you chin rag)
BVSO1WlmMRQ should explain it.
- homsar's skull
Comment: About time I made a Homestar Runner-related userpic. (Doomy Tales of the Macabre, to be specific [accidental rhyme!])
- afer ventus or the river sings backwards
Comment: Reversed, she says "I ate the Goomba" in Afer Ventus and "I ate dead Goomba" in The River Sings.
- back of riley's head
Comment: pathvain_aelien dislikes Riley Finn from Buffy, but likes the back of his head (cuz
- ms paint revolution
Comment: For far too long, MS Paint has been stereotyped as the worst drawing program. We must rebel against this prejudice.
html should explain it. Credit to mariowiki.com for the original screenshot.
- celine dion was a chair
html should explain this way overdue userpic idea.
- gir meets the floor
Comment: Ah, Invader Zim. Another fandom that I made a userpic of way too late.
Comment: From a dream I had: http://matt1993.livejournal.com/25133.
html (I just realized this is my 25th userpic!)
Comment: Seriously, what is the point of TL;DR? Don't people realize that sometimes there might NOT be a way to condense text?
- dib jibblies (dibblies?)
Comment: From the Invader Zim episode "The Frycook What Came From All That Space."
Comment: From the Homestar Runner toon "Blubb-O's Commercial". Dunno why I didn't make this userpic until just now.
- ice cream chessboard
Comment: From the Strong Bad E-mail "shapeshifter". Chocolate chip checkmate!
- ha fat scully
Comment: From the X-Files episode "Ascension". My old description of this was so stupid, I won't even try to write a better one.
Comment: From Super Mario Galaxy 2. Greek letters can't be used in userpic keywords? Lame. Pretend that the keyword is "Î´ÏÏÎ´Î´Ï?!"
- 2010 nnwm procrastinator
Comment: Because apparently not even inserting Enya and Moya into SMG2 is interesting enough to get 25,000 words from in a month.
- pegasus likes licorice
Comment: Inspired by a phrase used to illustrate the Sorites paradox.