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This is Oolong. He's dead now, but what was his special skill?

Good bye Oolong, thank you Oolong.

This is Mahir.......

BUT WHAT WAS MAHIR'S CATCHPHRASE!!!!!!
This is Eric Wu from
Eric Conveys and Emotion
"You request an emotion (or reasonable facsimile), and I will try and act it out for you" was his brief.
But what emotion is he acting out in this picture?


This is a picture of Jesus

On April 23rd 1996, it did something miraculous. But what was that?
This is a badly optimised .jpg of a car
As part of The Insanity Test it made a noise. What is that noise better known as?
Who had members including:
FATTY BOOM BOOM, TWISTER, SNOWBALL, UNCLE EUGENE, MELONHEAD, NORBY, EVIL FRANSTER, BUBBA, ELECTRA GLIDE, WEEZIE, RATBOY, THUNDERFOOT, JONAN THE BARBARIAN, QUIRBY AND PRINCESS ROSABELLE
This is Domo Kun
In Japan, he was the face of the TV channel NHK. But what was the fake campaign for which made him internet famous?
Here are four flash games and animations.
Three of them were SCREAMERSSCREAMERS and would shout at you unexpectedly, but which didn't?
Yes takes you to Real Ultimate Power (No to Oprah.com). But what is Real Ultimate Power about?
Clues 1. They are mammals.
2. They fight ALL the time.
3. Their purpose is to flip out and kill people.
Yes takes you to Real Ultimate Power (No to Oprah.com). But what is Real Ultimate Power about?
Clues
1. They are mammals.
2. They fight ALL the time.
3. Their purpose is to flip out and kill people.
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Answer
CORRECT Oolong used to balance objects on his head. NEXT QUESTION
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