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He is not intelligent, but he is in a constant state of bliss, and has never truly been cruel to anyone.
While Homestar Runner cartoons typically center on Homestar Runner, Strong Bad, and the other ten main characters, over time the site has grown to feature an expansive cast of supporting characters and alternate variations, such as "Old-Timey" and "20X6" versions of each character.
On Camera 3, Strong Bad observes The Cheat falling for the "security counter-measures" he's set up, including a shocking trap on the Tire and a cardboard cut-out of a bear holding a shark set up behind the fence, which scares The Cheat clean away.
Back at Marshmallow's Last Stand, Homestar idly kicks Marzipan in the shins, and then spits out his coffee all over her when he finds Strong Bad has replaced it with "Super Mud".
We typically set the stakes too high, and centuries worth of societal tropes and expectations can cripple the authenticity of our interactions.
The concept of being “friendzoned” on an implicit expectation of sex, because it posits friendship as a suboptimal outcome instead of being a worthy end in and of itself.
He has no arms, wears a red t-shirt with a star on it, and has long legs that appear to end in white shoes with blue bottoms.
Some Dating Sims have been made into harem anime, though the result is usually nothing special due to the removal of sex and the fact that the narrative can no longer focus on any single character.
Because there is almost no market for true Dating Sim games outside of Japan, it's a frequent misunderstanding among western gamers that "Dating Sim" is the general term for all ren'ai (romantic love) games.
Strong Bad receives an email suggesting he "beat the snot out of" his long-time rival Homestar Runner.
When he gets there, however, he discovers Homestar has entered the Free Country USA Tri-annual Race to the End of the Race, and decides it would be even more fun to beat Homestar at his own game than to simply beat him up.