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What ancient furry in-joke most needs a comeback?

Edited as of Mon 10 Aug 2015 - 02:29
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Krystal can't enjoy her sandwich
32% (25 votes)
Move your dead bones
9% (7 votes)
Eating berries and digging holes
13% (10 votes)
WTF is happening?
3% (2 votes)
$@%& you, I'm a %@&$ing dragon!
36% (28 votes)
8% (6 votes)
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If I remember correctly, there was only one expletive in the dragon related one, thus leaving us with the FYIAD as the acronym.

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Did FYIAD ever really go away? I still hear it.

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Where's the option for none, forcing a joke is lame. I've only even heard of one of them.

"If all mankind minus one, were of one opinion, and only one person were of the contrary opinion, mankind would be no more justified in silencing that one person, than he, if he had the power, would be justified in silencing mankind."
~John Stuart Mill~

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Krystal ... Sandwich: drama #9001 involving policy on FA
Move Your Dead Bones: song from bad horror movie + furry animator
Not sure about berries or WTF
FYIAD: lol Starblade
Feren: the original in-joke. Think of it as "CowboyNeal option" for furries.

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WTF: A request for a not very good piece of porn (involving a masturbating leopard demon) on fchan to be animated was granted, though not how the requester wanted. Essentially consisted of the picture spinning while the phrase in question was repeated over and over. Eventually got its own techno remix, with its own flash video. It was basically the ultimate anti-furry video, made by furries, and somehow both versions were fairly popular back when fchan had a /flash/ board, which mostly consisted of this, "Move Your Dead Bones" and High Tail Hall.

Eating berries, digging holes: Can't remember the name, but "some girl finds out about furries" video posted to YouTube. It was actually a joke for some of her furry friends, apparently, and the most obvious moment was when she claimed furries "go out into the woods and eat berries and dig holes." Followed up by an actually pretty funny response video where a group of furries ... go out into the woods and eat berries and dig holes.

Also, should have been here: Sociopolitical ramifications. Bizarre reference to early furry porn comic, Tank Vixens, involving a scene where a straight vixen with a fetish for sociology is seduced by a lesbian vixen using this phrase. Became a kind of early furry joke greeting; the correct response is "Oh, say the words." Even a furry MUCK that took its name from the phrase.

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For the morbidly curious: the WTF is happening flash movie (NSFW). Never heard of it myself before now.

The "berries" video was Sarah discovers the truth behind furries; while the original clip has been reuploaded, I couldn't find the response, except for a few parts in this fake CTV News clip.

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That's the second version of WTF; the inspiration (and essentially the original version) can be seen at the end of the flash.

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