Sometimes it feels like my life is South Park!
I made a South Park character version of myself!
I'm Filipino Canadian so my skin is brown. Also, I'm holding a sword. Additionally, I'm wearing a Star Trek sweater since I'm the leader of the Star Trek Party (praise MV), black sunglasses because I see Reptilians like Nada from the They Live movie, black pants, and I'mwearing rabbit ears because I'm an animal human hybrid
Even though I was kid, I watched South Park. It doesn't matter if had mature themes like violence, sex, and etc. I WATCHED IT!
I find it more realistic than children shows like Barney or Arthur. KIDS DO ACT LIKE THAT! They swear, have adventures, encounter the problems of grown ups.
South Park introduced me to important themes in life like child abduction, bullsh*t, war. It educated me and entertained me.
I don't really watch South Park anymore because I gave up watching TV. TV brainwashes people.
Crab People remind the evil Aswangs/Alpha Draconians.
In honor of South Park I shall be a South Park Character.
For some reason, that Aspen episode where the kids learn to ski, and that bully calls Stan Marsh Stan Darsh reminds of me in the art program. The kids got sick of skiing, I got sick of art. Tad reminds me of Alex Sauret. The blonde girl, Heather, reminds of Kayla Ferreira; the girl with the glasses and living boobs reminds of Kayla and Chelsy Jo Orlando. Alex bullied me, and Kayla and Chelsea fell in love with me. HAHAHA!
People think I'm high so this song suits me. It also a song I think of when I think of beautiful women!
Plot of Asspen from Wikipedia
On vacation in Aspen, Colorado, Stan, Kyle, Butters, and Cartman are learning to ski when an older and more experienced skier named Tad begins harassing Stan for no reason. Tad demands that Stan race him for "stealing" his girlfriend Heather, whom Stan has never even met before. Stan agrees, fully aware that, since he is a complete amateur, Tad will most certainly beat him. He reluctantly races Tad and loses, as he expected. Afterwards, he is approached by a geeky teenage girl who invites him to a dance at the Aspen Youth Center. There, the boys discover that Tad's father plans to bulldoze the Aspen Youth Center. Tad then appears on stage to sing an off-key song where he repeats "Stan Darsh" over and over until Stan snaps and asks what he wants. Tad demands another race, this time on a much larger hill: the K-13 (a reference to Better Off Dead). It is agreed that if Stan wins, Tad's father will not bulldoze the youth center. It is at this point an epic montage of training occurs with the geeky girl and the boys' instructor from earlier. The song goes so far as to mock the concept of a montage–even the lyrics say: "We're gonna need a montage". As the race begins, Tad races quickly down the hill, stopping to place traps in order to slow Stan down. Still inexperienced, Stan moves so slowly that the traps do not even affect him, while the geeky girl Stan met earlier distracts Tad by lifting up her shirt and supposedly exposing her breasts. Tad freezes, while Stan passes him and wins the race. After the race, however, it is revealed that Tad's reaction of shock was actually due to the fact that, instead of breasts, the girl has two mutants growing out of her chest (a reference to the film Total Recall).
In the subplot, the boys' parents are coaxed into attending a 30-minute presentation by two timeshare salesmen. The parents repeatedly refuse and attempt to leave the conference room; however, they are told that the meeting is actually supposed to take place during lunch. They ask to leave during the lunch but are told to turn over their place cards, which reveal a prize of an exclusive ski lift. They board the ski lift, thinking it will provide them quick access to the slopes, but find it takes them straight back to the conference room. The parents attempt to leave the meeting, only to be held at gunpoint by the police and learning that the timeshare organization is in control of the police and other powerful authorities, including the President of the United States. Under duress, the parents reluctantly purchase a timeshare property. They return to the boys, who tell them the ski resort sucks and who are despondent that they all have to return to Aspen in the future due to the parents' purchase of the timeshare property.