Party on, [blank]!


#1
  • This is a reference to Wayne’s World
  • This is a reference to Bill & Ted

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#2

Party on, depends!


#3

You crazy diamond


#4

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.


#5

Sure, but it’s no Wayne’s World.


#6

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


#7

Party on, Slurms McKenzie!


#8

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.


#9

really makes you think, tho


#10

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


#11

you sicken me


#12

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

FYI.


#13

ffs


#14

Both.

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

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


#15

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


#16

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


#17

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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#19

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


#20