(this is my guess, based on the words used in Team America, valmorification, valmorphanize and valmorphanization. I've seen other spellings, used some myself, but I'd rather go for spellings Matt and Trey use.)
Big-Will wrote:Aww crap. You guys are right: he hasn't been given a last name. We just know his parents' first names: Richard and Helen
So can you give him a last name?
Out of the remaining 1% of his speech, half of that is someone else's name, Jimmy. Since he obviously has a thing for saying names almost exclusively, the third most common thing he says must be, logically, a name as well.
And that name is either "Libbalah" or the more emphatically pronounced Errlibbalah." Usually when he says that, he follows it up with his own first name.
So we can conclude logically that when Timmy says "Errlibbalah Timmah!!" He is, in fact, referring to himself in a formal sense by saying his familial or last name first, i.e. "Libbalah, Timmy."
If this is not the case, he is clearly living a lie.
EDIT: What better way to spend christmas eve than by psychoanalyzing a retarded cartoon character on an Internet message board? I think I've just hit a new low in my life.
KennyKicksAss wrote:Yeah Valmer is Jimmy's last name. Timmy doesn't have a last name.
I thought Jimmy's last name was swanson
Wait, its changed hasn't it!
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_So ... _Bonaparte
On here it says Timmy's last name is Bonaparte
Cartman: Up yours, Butters!
Timmy's last name has never been mentioned. "Napoleon Bonaparte" was Butters' stage name in "Freak Strike."
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