Kindergarten: Stupid. Oh gosh don’t tell anyone I said that.
Elementary school: What the heck.
Middle School: Damn it this is freaking dumb as hell
High school: what the fuck did you just say you little fucking shitbitchcuntfuck I will beat the dicks out of your ass
College: what the frick frack snick snack are u doing
Panty & Stocking with Garterbelt
"South Park" is generally a pretty random show that revolves around satirical humor and commentary and tries to get as many jokes in as possible without much regard for character development. For the most part, at least.
That being said, they make exceptions on a few occasions. Well, actually, only one that I can think of. The relationship between Kenny and his little sister Karen is the sole source of pretty much each and every time in this show I can remember where they took a break from humor and had scenes that were solely intended to be genuinely heartwarming and touching without trying to be funny.
In the scenes they have together where she knows that he’s her big brother Kenny, she clings close to him and he supports her in a protective big brotherly-way. And then, furthermore, whenever his little sister is crying and in distress, Kenny dons his superhero costume and becomes her “guardian angel,” helping his little sister whenever she’s in need and encourages her and tells her that she always has someone who loves her and will look out for her no matter how bad things get.
I wish more people would realize that there’s a difference between being a good character and being a good person.
King Baby says No
This is the best thing I have seen all day
REAL TALK IF THERES A FIRE AT MY SCHOOL I AM NOT WALKING IN AN ORDERLY FASHION AND THEN GETTING MY NAME MARKED OFF IM RUNNING FOR MY LIFE AND IM TAKING MY GOD DAMN BAG WITH ME
one time there was an unscheduled fire alarm and i just happened to have my bag on my shoulder when it went off so my teacher made me go back into what, to his knowledge, was a burning building so i could put my bag back
rip my nails