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Cheezy poofs by emptysamurai Cheezy poofs by emptysamurai
Fallout 2 food. cheezy poofs. No doubt inspired by south park, they were in the game. made this a while back from the tiny on screen image.... just want to add, not the same cheezy poofs design from the show.
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The-Dregs Featured By Owner Apr 10, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Hey, if you don't mind me asking, what font was used here for "Cheezy Poofs" at the top? And also, what kind of paper do you normally print these on? The boxes and such in the test props photo where a bunch of boxed food items were on the leather chair, looked sort of glossy and smooth, like actual boxes for those kind of things. (Forgive the possibly awkward grammar)
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emptysamurai Featured By Owner Apr 12, 2014  Professional Artist
I have them printed professionally on cardstock. I do not remember the font used here, sorry! My grammar is usually poor so no worries.
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CaptainPinkySanchez Featured By Owner Apr 18, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
Actually, the South Park food was a reference to Fallout 2.
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emptysamurai Featured By Owner Apr 19, 2013  Professional Artist
research is quite important when making such claims.
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as you can see from the date that cartman gets an anal probe was aired (first cheesy poof appearance) was the same year as fallout 1 was released. thanks for playing though! we have some lovely parting gifts! tell them what they won!

anyway, the ones in fallout 2 (chronologically as well as from developers notes) was inspired by Cartman and his snack preference.
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CaptainPinkySanchez Featured By Owner Apr 19, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
Oh. I had heard differently.
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emptysamurai Featured By Owner Apr 19, 2013  Professional Artist
I don't go by word of mouth, I tend to research it myself.
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CaptainPinkySanchez Featured By Owner Apr 19, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
I saw it on the Fallout Wiki, which I tend to trust. Well, actually, the Fallout Wiki said, and I quote: "The South Park character Eric Cartman's favorite snack of the same name is a likely reference to this item." (This is found on the "Cheezy Poofs" page, if you're interested in checking for yourself.)

Anyway, thanks for correcting me.
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emptysamurai Featured By Owner Apr 19, 2013  Professional Artist
the wiki is wrong in this instance. most likely a wiki entry by someone who didn't work out the timeline as far as dates of creation for these items in their respective worlds.

fallout AND cheezy poofs are both from the year 1997 so the reference is clearly fallout 2 referencing south park rather than the other way around. if it tells you how much stock you can place in the wiki I just went and changed it to correct info and it will be back to incorrect bullshit put there by someone who feels fallout started with F3 and has nothing better to do. but I digress.
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CaptainPinkySanchez Featured By Owner Apr 19, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
Well, it's been nice having this conversation with you.
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emptysamurai Featured By Owner Apr 19, 2013  Professional Artist
lol, I'm a fairly unpleasant human being. sorry about that :)
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