Then one day I got a chance to see Orgazmo and even tho I hadn't seen South Park yet, I decided to see the movie since it was made by the same people. I wanted to see what all the heat was on these guys. After LOLing really hard over Orgazmo, I started watching South Park.
"The world will know peace when humanity is extinguished."
-- False Awakenings
I was so young then but I guess it must have been my brother and word of mouth that introduced me to all the early episodes (still have on VHS) which I loved. Then it was the film and then it was just mostly the internet until I bought Seasons 2, 3 and 4 on DVD and the rest just stay on my external hard drive.
Ahh, the early South Park.
"I'm gonna be on television!"
"WEIGHT GAIN 4000!"
I remember my older cousin watching it back when I was in grade school. He'd kick me out of his room, but I'd sneak in anyways. I absolutely loved "the kid with the cute green hat" (and I still love Kyle to this day), but my intrest faded as I got into middle school (I became a stupid weeaboo like all the other girls just to try to fit in). I finally went into my Freshman year, and just about all the guys I knew were constantly talking about Halo and South Park. I figured, what the heck, I'm gonna see what this hype is all about. I started watching in secret until up about now, when I can consider myself a South Park fantard (damn proud of it, too). I really got hooked on it when I saw the South Park movie that my brother downloaded onto his PSP...and now...yeah...
My parents aren't very ecstatic about me watching South Park (my dad walked in when I was watching the one episode where they said sh*t tons of times, he was very pleased [/sarcasm]), but they seem to accept it now. Heck, my dad tries to steal my Cartman cuddle pillow from time to time...
I'm leaving you today
Goodbye, goodbye, goodbye...
Goodbye, all you people
There's nothing you can say
To make me change my mind...
- Pink Floyd (The Wall, 1979)
Just returned from the death camp of Tolerance
Thanks Mr. Hat_DX27 for the Sig.
Kenny_And_Me_Forever wrote:When I first heard of South Park, when my cousin and sister turning this channel called Comedy Central and I think the time was 8:30 p.m. when I started to notice a cartoon show called South Park. I've been watching South Park since 2004 and I'm ten years old!
10 year olds shouldnt be watching South Park.
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