Talk:Can of black paint

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Someone should also note that in the references, "Red Door Syndrome" is a direct reference to "Paint It Black", by The Rolling Stones. The line in the song is "I see a red door and I want to paint it black". --Brightbutt The Defenestrator 18:53, 25 June 2007 (CDT)

Oh, that's what he's singing! Thanks! --Jonrock 19:01, 25 June 2007 (CDT)

Added a link to the "Wall Candy" Penny Arcade strip. I'm not 100% certain that the phrase originates here, but I'd be certain enough to bet a nickel on it. --Allanc 13:09, 2 July 2007 (CDT)

Is it possible that "Stupid kids and their wall candy." alludes to a Family Guy episode? I remember something about how Peter hits a glass ball in a disco room with a blindfold on and a long stick, knocks it to the ground and goes to eat the 'candy' (thinking it's a pinata) and says as his mouth is bleeding, "Damn mexicans and their GLASS candy.." Zhanghia 17:51, 26 January 2010 (UTC)

  • No. How does eating glass have anything to do with eating paint chips ("wall candy", since lead oxide is sweet)? --Club (#66669) (Talk) 18:45, 26 January 2010 (UTC)

It's the quote, not the actual act. It doesn't have to make sense. In that case, why even mention 'wall candy' in the original text?—Preceding unsigned comment added by Zhanghia (talkcontribs)

  • No, but the quote after taking damage in battle is really a reference to that one time in Family Guy when Peter gets kicked in the knee and rolls around for like 3 minutes screaming "OUCH OUCH OUCH". It's the same quote. Gotta be a reference. Or we could actually use our brains.--Toffile 21:52, 30 January 2010 (UTC)
    • And the reason why wall candy is mentioned is because there's actually a quote that uses "Wall Candy", if you bothered to read all of the references. If it doesn't make sense, why would it ever be a reference? --CG1:t,c,e 00:43, 31 January 2010 (UTC)