Party on, [blank]!

  • This is a reference to Wayne’s World
  • This is a reference to Bill & Ted

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Party on, depends!

You crazy diamond

So I spotted this earlier and put it in the Guardian thread. I found it amusing because I assumed it was a cock-up since it’s a Wayne’s World reference… but someone pointed out to me on Twitter that “Party on, dudes!” is used in Bill & Ted.

Sure, but it’s no Wayne’s World.

i think if you use it in the plural, it feels more bill and ted, whereas in the singular its more waynes world

so party on [blank] is waynes world

but

party on [blanks] is bill and ted

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Party on, Slurms McKenzie!

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i’d say ‘party on’ by itself is wayne’s world. and ‘party on, x’ needs a ‘party on, y’ to be wayne’s world. ‘party on, x’ by itself is bill and ted. hope that clears it up.

really makes you think, tho

Haven’t seen either so couldn’t give a shit tbh

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you sicken me

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I really thought I’d be more excited than it turns out I am about the new B&T.

FYI.

ffs

Both.

“Party on, Wayne,”“Party on, Garth,” is from Wayne’s World

“Party on, dudes,” is used a lot in Bill and Ted.

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got in trouble when i was a kid for calling my friend’s mum a medieval dickweed :disappointed:

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If she were an ice cream flavour, she’d be pralines and dick.

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If
po+0 = ww
2po + x + y = ww
and
po + z = bt

Express ww as a factor of bt and give all possible values of z

Show your working, dude

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it is going to be bad, isnt it. unless they set it after ted learns kung fu and how to fly

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