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Serously what's with this site and "Grues". It's called Domo Kun. Where did the frase "Grue" even come from? ----
- How Domo-kun became a grue is beyond me. However, the whole "Grue" thing came from Zork, which is a pretty old text-based adventure game. -- 22:25, 18 March 2007 (UTC) PS: Someone add Grue to the in-jokes list.
- We're not concerned with factual accuracy. I decree that Domo-kun is now a grue. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by 126.96.36.199 (talk • contribs)
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While you sit around wondering about the nature of Grues, you are eaten by one. How ironic.
- There's a page in that...-- 02:41, 19 March 2007 (UTC)
Why we use the Domo-kun for the Grue
Grues are very fast, very dangerous and terribly afraid of the dark. No one has ever photographed a grue before. Grues are never found where it is bright enough to see them; they are smart enough to hide if you try to use a flashlight; and if you try to use night vision, you will be eaten before you have the chance to see them. Since no one has ever seen a grue, nobody knows what they actually look like. Since no one knows what grues look like, we just guess they look kind of like Domo-kuns and use pictures as such. It's kind of like how archaeologists draw pictures of dinosaurs in color even though we have no idea what color they were. If you really want to prove us wrong and find out what a grue looks like, go for it. -- 14:49, 19 March 2007 (UTC)