Farnsworth on 4chan

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    Camiam321
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    it totally works

    W
    Member

    Creepy

    AbNo
    Member

    Oh god damn it.

    TrAyVon'S GhOSt, nuCca
    Member

    Wow.

    A good idea is a good idea.

    Dreth
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    AAAAAAWWWWWW SHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIT

    Luke Magnifico
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    Get the hell out of my head with your stupid voice.

    Graceless
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    Legendary….

    Dragyn
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    +5 internets to the person who thought that up. I approve.

    Phyreblade
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    WOW! GENIUS!! That is SWEET!!!

    aarpie
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    Oh that is fucking AWESOME ROFLOL. I give an addition +5 internets…

    Gouki4u
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    Browsing 4chan is like looking for gold nuggets in a sea of shit. A nugget has been found.

    Rhuckus
    Member

    They got me! It’s workin!

    MonkeyHitman
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    how can you give out internets if you don’t have any *scratches head*

    morlakis
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    morlakis

    My mind has been compromised

    elzarcothepale
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    there are people who DON’T read in Farnsworths voice? It’s the only thing that make the internet tolerable!

    @Rhuckus:
    That commercial makes me laugh every single time.

    American Perv
    Member

    OMG it works!

    deleted_user
    Member

    Haven’t seen something this good in ages.

    traptin85
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    i have learned that this is the best way to read a boring social studies or history book: read it in your mind in the accent of the group of people or region you are reading about.
    It actually is quite amusing, especially when you’re reading a one paragraph summary of WWI, cuz you have to keep switching back and forth.