They had a commercial where an employee finds better stuff. Everyone refers to it as simply "stuff". From the Excel Saga dub: Not like "Being" is a hard word to say or remember, but try telling that to his face. In the dub, Simon from Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann refers to the multiple universes created through a Lotus-Eater Machine as multi-dimensional whatevers. In the dub of Axis Powers Hetalia , when a soldier saw a painting that Holy Roman Empire had done of young Italy and asked, "Is this your boyfriend or girlfriend or gender-neutral chibi thing?
Especially when written by Joss himself: Why aren't you awesomed by me!? Another example by her: Put the thing in the thing! In an issue of The Avengers , when they raid an A. They've got guns and stuff! In the first issue of Babe , a comic book by John Byrne , the narrator talks like this in acknowledged homage to Blackadder. Doomguy utters this immortal line when he sees some Cacodemons. The very quotable Doomguy: That means you have huge guts!
Ultimate Spider-Man , as most of its main characters are teenagers, is prone to this. And thus ends the tyrannical tyranny that was my life. What kind of goofy goofball lunatic thing are you doing now, you goofball goofy goofnut?? Seen a bunch with the third Blue Beetle. You stink of science, not magic!
And you stink of The sort-of pixie-like Preservers in ElfQuest apparently can't help but replace even simple words with ones smashed together from others. The silk they spit is "wrapstuff", elves are "highthings", humans are "bigthings", someone who's sleeping is "stillquiet" This extends to the names of anyone who's not a Preserver, e. Dewshine, a blonde elf, becomes "Sunnygold Highthing" despite the name being not that different from Preserver-names like "Petalwing" or "Berrybuzz".
Often they don't even use those names consistently, but make up a new one every time they refer to the same character. Preservers are also Third Person Persons. In short, they sound extremely ditzy. Mainly from Empowered in the Meta breaks — and occasionally in the main story as well. The Scott Pilgrim series is chock-full of this. And you'll never be able to take away Twilight's magic, she's a bajillion times the The Hippie Ponies refer to their all-natural health and beauty products as "Goops for Stuff".
I'm a shark, not a Touji is guilty of this. In chapter 8 he tries to talk about his friend and Asuka behaving as a couple: It's too weird, watching you and the Red De Child of the Storm vacillates between this, Sesquipedalian Loquaciousness and Sophisticated as Hell on a regular basis, partly because the author was a very well educated teenager in the first couple of years of writing it, and partly because he's a self-admitted massive Buffy fan.
Harry, the main character, is somewhat prone to it, while the Deuteragonist , Carol, is definitely prone to it. Especially first thing in the morning. Doing It Right This Time: In chapter 2 Touji is explaining how he and Hikari got together: In chapter 11 Touji thinks that Kensuke is better than him in "all that talky-feely stuff". Both the characters and author seem to use these from time to time, particularly the word "scorpiony".
With extra energizer thingies. In the fanfic "Princess", Julien describes female lemurs as having a "thing that looks like a According to Word of God , there are very few ways that are both in-character and PG-rated to describe an enlarged clitoris. He goes on to say that they "don't have the The four are occasionally prone to this in With Strings Attached , either because of vocabulary failure, deliberate humor, or simple laziness.
In a Shout-Out to Help! In the fic Presidential Initiation , America tries to explain who he is to the president When the Book Transporter returns in a Batman crossover , it shows a paint job and the words "bat-thingy" on its side. Also, we get this line from Dr.