I’d like to take this time to introduce Desu SB! It takes all the elements of anime and Japanese culture you love and mixes it with the SBboard characters you cherish. The first episode includes Karma and Maskboy finding ramen in a legendary cave of legend!
This is also a good time announce that SBboard now has a fan art section!
What a beautiful phrase. It’s a phrase we’ve all grown to love throughout the ages and with every passing day it becomes more and more synonymous with American culture. Many of you have probably wondered though, “where did such a poetic verse ever come from?” I am Colin Buffum, the world famous cartoonist, model, and historian. I will tell you the facts.
Eat Dirt was first introduced to the virgin ears of children everywhere back in the year 1964 when the smash hit Excite Bike 64 was first released to home systems.
Hippie children and rich children (the only types of children back in the 60s’) all used “eat dirt” to exclaim their rebellion. One reliable source on the internet describes an instance where a group of hipsters and their black friends yelled the phrase at the American flag. They were all arrested because they were communists.
“You play ball like you eat dirt!”
In the 1970′s when most Americans were too busy doing surreal drugs and writing scripts about their lives for 90s’ television the ‘eat dirt craze’ went south of American soil to a mysterious land called South America. Scientists, scientologists and my friend Phillip all agree this is due to the fact that in South America it is believed the natives actually practice eating dirt. This put a whole new spin on the phrase and is one of the many reasons the phrase remains a popular thing to say to this day.
Not only has Eat Dirt become surprisingly popular in South America, but it has also coined numerous spin-offs.
“Chew Dust” exclaims a chubby Brazilian child to his abusive mother.
“Swallow Rocks” screams a lonely Peruvian into the night sky.
Is there any chance these spin-offs will achieve as much as the glory that is Eat Dirt? No sir! At most they’ll get a few DeviantArt followers and a tweet or two. Eat Dirt will forever be the slogan for our generation.
SBbrawl, for a long time, was a running gag among SBboard creators. We’d often joke about how excited we were for this upcoming game that we all knew was never going to be created.
The idea for the game was essentially a Super Smash Bros. clone but with SBboard characters. I’ll admit it’s a pretty neat idea to imagine Psychic Rock fighting alongside Wezzle and Allen.
Anyways so eventually the idea got passed down to our good friend Hinch. If you’re familiar with SBboard you probably recognize Hinch’s name from the FedUp series. Hinch is the only one of our friend’s with the knowledge to make a real game, so for a long time we pestered and pestered him with our idea to make SBbrawl. Awhile back he actually made it. Yeah I know, amazing!
So here it is in all its glory: SBbrawl
It’s very late for me so I apologize if this is gobbled or full of grammatical errors. Just wanted to let you fine citizens know that the menubar has been updated. Now when you hover over a series it’ll say what day that series updates on. Isn’t that fun?
In other news James Franco and Andrew the Android are now in the logo rotation. We’re working on adding more logos but you know how much people hate extra work.
This just in! My roommate makes a strange clicking noise while he sleeps!
We’re going to be working on the site design over the next few days to iron everything out. There wont be anything too major, but expect some changes.
As you have probably already seen our logo has recently changed. This way now you actually know what site you’re on. We’ll work on getting it to be a changing banner soon enough.