- Oct 31, 2017
I was just thinking about them recently, and remembered laughing my head off to an old Ernest Borgnine gem I found.
To this day this is one of the funniest things I have ever seen. And I do know it's a real song. Same is true for "lol, internet". Cosby Bebop is also great just because of the work back then.
This was me as well, kinda. I'd played CT before, but somehow missed the caveman dance at the festival and hadn't reached Ayla's time period yet. Imagine my surprise when I learned it was from Chrono.
Literally the only thing I remember about that letter, LOL.
Not to fear -- I found it!http://web.archive.org/web/20180317054634/olmecguide.ytmnd.com/
this one works for me, but it's not a meme edit and is just an extremely long Olmec speech (that runs so long the background music ends first, lol). Still amusing
Dude, those were amazing. But the best thing about them were the promos that they cut that announced them. They were so well done - like professional quality. Always got me hyped.
Oh man. Legit, this is an AMAZING sample of how crowdsourcing can achieve amazing things. Of course, the best part was the profound disappointment everyone had when they heard the entire song and realized that everything after the intro kinda sucked.
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That's actually happened before. There was a commercial that used the first 20 seconds of a song, and it suddenly got really popular on iTunes. Then suddenly not popular, because the cool intro was the only part of the song was good, and the rest of the song was completely different and awful. I wish I could remember what song it was.