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The Annoying Orange (Work in progress)

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The Annoying Orange with some of his cohorts
Orange
Hey! Hey, Uncyclopedia! You’re an apple!

Uncyclopedia
WTF? A talking orange? What a trip!

Orange
Knock knock!

Uncyclopedia
Okay. I’ll play your little game.

Orange
Knock knock!

Uncyclopedia
Who’s there?

Orange
Knock knock!

Uncyclopedia
I already asked, “who’s there?”

Orange
Knock knock!

Uncyclopedia
WHO’S THERE?

Orange
Knock knock!

Uncyclopedia
I’m going to ban you from Uncyclopedia if you don’t tell me who’s there!!

Orange
Knock knock!

Uncyclopedia
WHO IS THERE! FOR FUCK’S SAKE! JUST TELL ME!

Orange
Orange!

Uncyclopedia
Orange who?

Orange
Orange you glad I didn’t say knock knock again?

Uncyclopedia
Jeez! Okay! You got me,

(Uncyclopedia departs the scene)

Orange
What a weirdo!


The Annoying Orange is the biggest YouTube star in the entire talking-fruit category. In spite of having no penis, he is a male talking orange who is much more intelligent and witty then the average fruit, or, for that matter, the average Uncyclopedian. But he is freaking annoying and a total pain in the ass.

Although real living breathing orange, yet he is claimed to be the creation a weirdo - probably an alien with clearly annoying intentions - known on YouTube as "Daneboe". But don’t believe it. Orange is himself, and, he depends only on his friends, who are two bananas, a midget apple, a crab apple, a watermelon, some marshmallows, some little eggs, a cool cucumber, a girlfriend who is named passion fruit, a sidekick who is a pear, and a host of other friends who all reside in a kitchen. Now, this all might sound like a cozy arrangement except for the kitchen’s nemeses, Knife - a talking knife. But, knife is a sworn pacifist and would be no problem if it were not for “hand”, who is a really cruel SOB!

edit Origin

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The Annoying Orange

Originally, this Orange didn’t have much to say. But on October 9, 2009. He suddenly started talking a lot; and by a lot we mean a shit load. And he just never shuts up. But that seems to be quite an asset, because ever since Orange started talking he has become a superstar who is almost as popular as Lady Pasta. In fact, 'Annoying Orange' is taking over the world, obviously, with over a zillion views a day. Now he is discussing future movie deals with Hollywood, and soon he is a bound to catch up with Fred Figglehorn, who is no match for orange.

edit Background

Many people are fooled into thinking that the talking orange is only an animation. When, In fact, He is quite real. Orange is the only fruit able to annoy other fruits and vegetables to death with puns upon puns followed by a most annoying laugh. Orange lives on a kitchen counter, which he shares with his best friend Pear. Despite being his friend, Pear often finds Orange just as annoying as everyone else he encounters. Orange’s babe, Passion, lives in the same kitchen on another counter. Other guest stars include Midget Apple, Marshmallow, and Knife. Most episodes consist of Orange talking to other fruits, vegetables and sundry characters, who become annoyed and, finally, meet a gruesome end, at the hand holding knife. Orange tries to warn them about it before it happens, by saying "Knife” but he is always to late.

edit Personality

Orange has several distinctive mannerisms that make him annoying. He often starts by saying "Hey, Dick head!" until they get frustrated enough to respond, and will often use a play on words mentioning the object's name or appearance like some times he call cucumber “COOL”. He also has annoyed people by telling bad jokes, burping, and making noises with his tongue. Orange has a braying laugh that tends to grate on people as well as an annoying voice like Uncyclopedia, and he often tells the objects he annoys "You're an apple!” In the latter case Orange's calling things "apples" serves a dual purpose, as he will also use the term as an insult toward someone he doesn't like or offended him (e.g. in the episode "Pain-Apple", where he told a pineapple "you really are an apple iMac", and in the episode "Picture Contest" when he calls a disembodied voice an apple because there's no new video to upload. LOL WTF).

edit Reality Television

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Hey it's FRED!!

Some people imagine orange and his “friends” to be just a show, which is totally bullshit, but in fact, it is reality TV at it’s best. The earliest episodes featured Boedigheimer play the fruit/vegetable Orange was annoying, but this has since changed to include at least one guest actor/YouTuber in every episode. These have included Bob Jennings, who played Grapefruit, Ginger and Liam the Leprechaun (which spun off into his own series - see below), Justine Ezarik (which led to her becoming a regular cast member), Lucas Cruikshank, Take180's Evan Ferrante, and Weezer. Two crossovers were spawned as the result of guest spots. In July 2010 Boedigheimer guest-starred as Orange in "Fred Figglehorn Goes Grocery Shopping!", and Cruikshank returned the favor the next day by playing Fred Figglehorn in the Annoying Orange episode "Annoying Orange vs. FRED!!!". In August 2010 Ferrante appeared the leader of a race of broccoli aliens in the Annoying Orange episode "Close Encouters of the Annoying Kind" one day after Boedigheimer appeared in Ferrante's Take180 series "Not Tom Cruise" as Orange. Three of Weezer's members appeared as objects on a party platter in the episode "Wazzup 3: Bonsai Tree", with lead singer Rivers Cuomo appearing as the title object; the appearance was part of Weezer's promotion of their album Hurley, where they took to several YouTube channels (including Boedigheimer's and Cruikshank's) to promote the record.

edit Fame

In August 2010, the Annoying Orange gained its 1,000,000 YouTube subscriber. The series was rated the most viewed web series of February and March 2010 by Mashable, with over 52 million views in March.[1]

edit See Also

edit References

  1. Samuel Axon. "The Top 10 Most Watched Web Series, February 2010", Mashable, March 5, 2010. 

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