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Horion was likely the most notable Minecraft: Bedrock Edition internal cheat. It was free for all people and also had a beta that users could purchase if they wanted access to early updates and premium modules. The client had a large community surrounding it, despite being nuked several times throughout its history. After the client ceased development due to the developers not being motivated, many forks of Horion began to appear, such as: Badman and Packet Client. Despite this, Horion's legacy goes on up until this day, being one of the most respected and best clients in MCBE history.




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A member of the community known for being hate by everyone for putting "subwalls" to unlock free clients. He also nuked the Ventile Client server for seemingly no reason, causing them to lose 150 members. He also recently botted his Discord guild to get 30,000 Discord server members. He also created a fake nitr0 server when the original one was terminated and for a while distributed a fake version of nitr0 that might have been malware.


A phrase in the MCBE Cheat community commonly used as a compliment or joke when referring to a client that is either promising or a fake/joke client, respectfully. Many of such jokes or compliments are often made by older members of the Horion or cheating community. These jokes have some sort of background stating that Horion, being known for being one of the best and most copy/pasted clients, will be revamped in a supposed 'Horion 2'. If a download is supplied by anyone who claims they have access to 'Horion 2', it is highly likely to be malicious; often leading to token logging.


Many critics consider the graphic novel to be the definitive Joker story and one of the best Batman stories ever published, though the story's exploitative treatment of Barbara Gordon has garnered criticism. The comic won the Eisner Award for "Best Graphic Album" in 1989 and appeared on The New York Times Best Seller List in May 2009. In 2006, The Killing Joke was reprinted as part of the trade paperback DC Universe: The Stories of Alan Moore. In 2008, DC Comics reprinted the story in a deluxe hardcover edition, which features new coloring by Bolland, with a more sombre, realistic, and subdued palette than the original. Elements of The Killing Joke have inspired or been incorporated into other aspects of Batman media.


Batman subdues the Joker and tells him that Gordon is as sane as ever, and the Joker is alone in his madness. He offers to help the Joker rehabilitate in order to end their everlasting war, which Batman fears may one day result in a fight to the death. The Joker apologetically declines, saying it is too late for that. He says that the situation reminds him of a joke about two inmates in an asylum who try to escape. Batman chuckles at the joke's punchline, and as the two old foes share a laugh, he grabs the Joker as police arrive.


The graphic novel won the Eisner Award for Best Graphic Album and garnered Alan Moore the Best Writer award in 1989. Hilary Goldstein of IGN praised The Killing Joke, calling it "easily the greatest Joker story ever told" and adding that "Moore's rhythmic dialogue and Bolland's organic art create a unique story often mimicked but never matched".[8] IGN declared The Killing Joke the third-greatest Batman graphic novel, after The Dark Knight Returns and Batman: Year One.[39] James Donnelly of Pop Syndicate called The Killing Joke "one of the greatest comics of the 20th century, period".[40] Van Jensen of ComicMix said, "Each time [I read The Killing Joke] I'm amazed all over again at how Alan Moore and Brian Bolland teamed to pack such intensity, ferocity and humanity into those pages."[41] B.L. Wooldridge of Batman in Comics called the graphic novel "an incredible story, with Moore at his best and awe-inspiring art by painter Brian Bolland".[42] Comics historians Robert Greenberger and Matthew K. Manning describe it as "the definitive Joker story of all time".[43] Manning additionally called it "one of the most powerful and disturbing stories in the history of Gotham City".[44]


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  • Radio The Goon Show makes a similar joke about "hendus". Weatherman: "Gale force hendus are sweeping in from the East. That is the end of the hendu warning." Seagoon: "Pardon me, but what's a hendu?" Greenslade: "It LAYS EGGS!" Seagoon: "And you say they're blowing from the East?" Greenslade: "Yes." Seagoon: "Stand by for Easter Eggs!" They also subverted the greek urn version.

  • Moriarty: What's a greek urn? Grytpype: Its a vase made by greeks for carrying liquids. Moriarty: I wasn't expecting that answer. Grytpype: Neither were quite a few smart allec listeners! Hello Cheeky took great delight in giving subversions or variations on the old "Jamaica?" gag.Tim: You know, the other day I was walking through the town, and I overheard two women speaking. One of them said "My husband's gone to the West Indies," and the second one said "Jamaicim?"...and the first one hit her. Or this exchange, taking place in the West Indies:

  • John: My wife has gone to England.Tim: London?John: No, she went of her own accord. ...It's not working... Abbott and Costello did this all the time. For example, from the episode "Costello's Farm":Abbott: What kind of cow have you? A heifer cow?Costello: What?Abbott: A heifer cow?Costello: Nah, I gotta whole cow! I gotta whole flock o' cows!Abbott: No, no, no, stupid! It's not flock, it's herd!Costello: Herd o' what?Abbott: Herd of cows.Costello: Sure I've heard o' cows!Abbott: No, no, no, I mean a cow herd.Costello: What do I care if a cow heard? I ain't said nothin' to be ashamed of!Abbott: Oh, just forget it, Costello. I'm not in the mood.Costello: Not in what mood?Abbott: A cow mood.Costello: Who cares if a cow mooed?! And of course, "Who's on First?".

  • From The Firesign Theatre: "What's that fox doing in my car?" "The fox trot."

  • A caller actually fell for the moldy standard gag on an episode of Negativland's weekly radio show Over the Edge. A computerized voice ("Wang Tool", played by Don Joyce), supposedly stationed on the moon, intoned "Do... you... prefer... a... turtleneck... or... a... henway?" and the caller said "What's an henway?" Wang replied "About... 3.4... pounds. Haa haa haa haaaa......" This seems to have been Wang's favorite joke. He repeated it, with variations, in several other episodes.



  • Western Animation In American Dad! Snot asks Steve Smith to help out on his uncle's farm.Snot: Plus, it's a Mitzvah. Steve: What's a Mitzvah? Snot: (holding Fozzie Bear puppet) A Mitzvah catching a baseball! Yucka yucka yucka!

  • Tiny Toon Adventures: In Tiny Toon Adventures: How I Spent My Vacation, Buster gets caught by three southern belle gators and all of them insist on marrying him. The father obliges, leading to:Buster: I can't marry all three of them, that's bigamy! Big Daddy: No, that's big-a me! rimshot

  • The episode "Henny Youngman Day" had an old vaudeville line.Henny Youngman: I own a business in Flushing, New York. The Tie-D-Bowl Man was just elected mayor. What do you think of Flushing, New York? Plucky: I think it's a good idea.

  • The Real Ghostbusters: At one point in "Drool, the Dog-faced Goblin", our heroes are suddenly caught in a hailstorm. The hail then changes, leading to a set-up line that inspires Ray to do his best impression of Chico Marx:Egon: This isn't hail. This is hominy grits! Ray: Okay, boss, I'll-a bite. How-many-grits a' you think-a we see?

  • The Simpsons: In "The Simpsons Spin-off Showcase'', they welcomed special guest Tim Conway! Part of the joke here is that Conway's estimate is way off.Homer: What's a Tim Conway? Tim Conway: About 120 pounds.

  • An example from a Show Within a Show parody of Hee Haw:"I caught my wife in bed with my best friend." "You bitter?" "Yep. Bit him, too!"

  • When Marge attempts to purchase a protective cup for Bart, the guy behind the counter feigns ignorance until she frustratedly spells it out: "C-U-P. I wanna C-U-Oh my god!".

  • In "Four Great Women and a Manicure":Homer: Armada? What's armada? Moe: Nothing. What's a matter with you?

  • Bart's prank phone calls to Moe's Tavern in the early seasons were all about this. He'd ask Moe to page such improbably-named patrons as Al Coholic, Amanda Hugandkiss, I.P. Freely, Bea O'Problem, Oliver Clothesoff, Hugh Jass, etc. That last one (Hugh Jass) turns out to be a real person who was in the bar at the time.Bart: Uh, look, I'll level with you, mister. This is a crank call that sorta back-fired, and I'd like to bail out right now. Hugh Jass: All right. Better luck next time. *Hangs up* What a nice young man. Not so subtle the time he asked for "ima stupidmoronwithanuglyfaceandabigbuttandmybuttsmellsandIliketokissmyownbutt." It still worked, due to happening during a Halloween special wherein Bart had reality-warping powers.

  • In "The Color Yellow", Bart has just finished helping Willie by blasting the tree stump out of the ground:Bart: Wait, here comes the "mykeeyah". Groundskeeper Willie: What's a "mykeeyah"? (tree stump crash lands on Skinner's car)note a Kia Principal Skinner: My Kia!

  • In Jackie Chan Adventures episode "Enter The Cat", while Jackie is fighting Finn and Ratso, Ratso throws an urn at him, to which Jackie freaks, catches it and safely puts it down, stating it's a Babylonian urn.Ratso: What's a Babylonian urn? Finn: Probably more than we do!

  • In the Droopy, Master Detective show, Droopy's recurring baddie McWolf used this trick twice on two separate sets of guards.McWolf: "Eh, you guys got cooking on your uniforms." (guards let go of McWolf and proceed to pat themselves down) Guards: Cooking!? What's cooking!? McWolf: (already away from the guards) "Nuthin'! What's COOKING WITH YOU!?"

  • Arthur does the traditional version in one episode, with a race to the ice-cream place: "Last one there is a henway!" And then after arriving:"You're last, Arthur. You're a henway!" "What's a henway?" "About 5 pounds."

  • In Avatar: The Last Airbender, Aang is looking for an Earthbending teacher, and hears about an event called Earth Rumble 6. Asking a couple of local losers about it, he gets told it's on the island of "Nunya". What makes them lose is that, aside from Katara beating the answer out of them afterward, one of them jumps the line and answers the question before it's asked: "Nunya business!"

  • Sushi Pack: Comes up twice in one conversation in the episode "Where No Truth Lies." First, when the Sushi Pack ask Officer Flume "What do you have?" (meaning the crime) and she replies, "Oh, it's nothing, just a little cold." She then tells them about The Prevaricator, who made off with the mayor's prized collection:Officer Flume: Anyway, go up to the ski lodge and talk to him. Kani: The Prevaricator? Officer Flume: No, the mayor.

  • Comes up again, when the Pack talks to the proprietress of a small cafe. She tells them that The Prevaricator lives just up the road, but "it's a slippery slope," which the Pack take literally, so she replies that she was talking about The Prevaricator himself.

  • When Danger Mouse is introduced to Egregious M. Murphy, he naturally asks "What's the 'M' for?" Murphy explains that "the M4 is a motorway that goes from London to South Wales."Penfold: This is definitely getting worse.

  • In a sing-along host segment of The Beatles cartoon, Ringo is taking diction lessons:Ringo: I was practicing the exercise in this book. It teaches you how to pronunciate good like an Englishman should. Paul: (agitated) The word is "enunciate!" "E!" "E!" "E!!" Don't you know the King's English? Ringo: I know the Queen is! In another, George says the next song is loaded with mood and tells Ringo to bring out something appropriate. Ringo brings out a cow.Ringo: You said to bring out something that's got lots of mood. Well, that's exactly what she did...she mooed!

  • In The Fugitive Parody Episode of Johnny Bravo, this exchange occurs:Officer #1: I want you to look in every corner! Search every highway, freeway, henway... Officer #2: What's a henway? Officer #3: Oh, about three pounds.

  • Scooby-Doo: Scooby-Doo and the Ghoul School: When the cadets are searching, one of them tells another to be sure he looks in 'the updog', leading to this exchange:"What's updog?" "Not much. What's up with you?"

  • A similar exchange occurred in Scooby-Doo Meets the Boo Brothers, when Freako is looking for the skull ghost;Shrieko: Did ya look in the updock? Freako: Updock? What's 'updock?' Shrieko: Nuttin'! What's up with you?!

  • The Futurama episode "2D Blacktop" had this exchange:Professor: Ah, perfect timing. I just turbo-charged the ship's matter compressor. Fry: What's the matter compressor? Professor: Nothing's the matter, Fry, now that I've turbo-charged the matter compressor.

  • In an episode of Cartoon Planet, Brak tricks Zorak into asking "What's a matta?". Zorak retaliates with "I'll tell you what's a-matta; somebody stole my henway!" and Brak falls for it.

  • Young Justice had a version of this, though it wasn't actually a trap:Nightwing: There's no English word for it. The nearest translation is...'metagene.' Robin: What's a metagene? Gar: (elbows him playfully) Never met-a-gene I didn't like!

  • Subverted on Rocky and Bullwinkle:Bullwinkle: (pointing to a pair of tanks) Uh-oh. What are those things, Rock? Rocky: Tanks, Bullwinkle. (Beat). I said tanks, Bullwinkle. Bullwinkle: Oh, do I have to say it? And then double subverted when he eventually does say, "You're welcome".

  • On South Park Jimmy explains that he had Ecstasy once.Jimmy: Me and my girlfriend took it and we stayed up all night having... sex. Kyle: ...Where did you have sex with her? Jimmy: In her... va-vagina. Thank you, thank you. What a terrific audience.

  • In some episodes of OK K.O.! Let's Be Heroes, Gar's Bodega has a sign advertising that there's plenty of Updog in stock.

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