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turtlelink

81. Posted:

Swiket wrote:

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I always thought they were acorns.

I always thought they were weird coconuts.

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82. Posted:

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Mind blown.
I seriosuly thought those were acorns. Lol

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83. Posted:

This isn't exactly what you're looking for, but I still wonder to this day why I came up one key short in the Gerudo Training Ground in Ocarina of Time. There were two useless doors that I opened and, had I not opened them, I would've had enough keys. Too my knowledge, I found every key. Maybe it was just me, because I've never heard anyone talk about it. Maybe I'll get the Ice Arrows when I play through Ocarina of Time 3D.

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Kaeobais

84. Posted:

turtlelink wrote:

Swiket wrote:

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I always thought they were acorns.

I always thought they were weird coconuts.

Really? I've known those were some sort of speaker since I was, like, 4.

And I think the lack of keys is supposed to happen in the Gerudo Training ground. It's like a trap. Of course, I could be wrong.

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85. Posted:

Swiket wrote:

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I always thought they were acorns.

I knew they were some sort of speakers since I was a little kid. Besides, how could an acorn give you advice?

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Swiket

86. Posted:

I don't know, I just attributed it to the Japanese being weird or something.

I had fun once and it was awful.

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Chrono_Cross

87. Posted:

I thought they were basketballs for the longest time. D:

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88. Posted:

I always thought they were mystical leafless pineapples of infinite information.

Thanks a lot Swiket. >:[

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89. Posted:

NintyFan wrote:

Swiket wrote:

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I always thought they were acorns.

I knew they were some sort of speakers since I was a little kid.

Yep same here in fact my friends and I use to call those drive thru speakers like the ones you put your order in at McDonalds.

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90. Posted:

Swiket wrote:

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I always thought they were acorns.

Just what I came here to post....

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evildevil97

91. Posted:

I didnt realize the title of DKC2 was a pun until just last year. Diddy's Kong Quest.... Diddy's Conquest.

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Ryno

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That there is an actual purpose for an Altered Beast cartridge for the Genesis!

When the Altered Beast title screen appears, remove the cartridge from the Genesis without turning off the system. Then insert Strider, press reset and start the game with infinite lives.

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DestinyMan

93. Posted:

I just realized that in Donkey Kong Jungle Beat, the bird that you race against named Chooperbird is a man in a helibird suit.

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I always thought those legs were just weird limbs and the bearded chin was its tongue. I feel creeped.

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94. Posted:

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BulbasaurusRex

95. Posted:

evildevil97 wrote:

I didnt realize the title of DKC2 was a pun until just last year. Diddy's Kong Quest.... Diddy's Conquest.

Oh...I thought the subtitle was Diddy Kong's Quest.

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96. Posted:

Swiket wrote:

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I always thought they were acorns.

I always wondered what those were D:

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97. Posted:

BulbasaurusRex wrote:

evildevil97 wrote:

I didnt realize the title of DKC2 was a pun until just last year. Diddy's Kong Quest.... Diddy's Conquest.

Oh...I thought the subtitle was Diddy Kong's Quest.

Yeah, me too. Until a few months ago, when I bought it and added it to my Backloggery. I couldn't believe the subtitle wasn't Diddy Kong's Quest. Then I lol'd when I noticed the pun.

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TKOWL

98. Posted:

That moment.

When you realize that even after 16 years and 5 Generations...

That Growlithe still can't learn Growl.

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moomoo

99. Posted:

I'll be honest; I thought those were acorns as well.

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BulbasaurusRex

100. Posted:

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That moment.

When you realize that even after 16 years and 5 Generations...

That Growlithe still can't learn Growl.

It hasn't been quite as long, as its a 2nd generation move, but I'm astounded that Pinsir still can't learn Megahorn. It also took an extra generation before Lickitung could learn Lick.

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