The First Strong Bad Email Since 2009 Teaches the Internet How to April Fools’

The email. The email. What what, the email.

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Here’s a much more fun way to take a trip to the Internet’s past than you might find on other sites today: a brand new Strong Bad Email! Strong Bad is truly moving into the modern Internet with the first Strong Bad Email in almost six years being on YouTube, but you can still watch it on the original site for old times’ sake.

Homestar Runner’s comeback began one year ago today, but things have been quiet since then, so it’s tough to know if this is finally for real or just an elaborate April Fools’ long con. Don’t toy with our nostalgia!

(via The Verge)

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