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Search Engines come into fashion and search engines go out of fashion, but only one Search Engine will be there for you when Great Cthulhu rises slowly from the Pacific waters, his slumber of a million years finally at an end!
Ia! Ia! Cthulhu fhtagn!
link via the diary of Farq Q. Fenderson at K5.
posted by thatwhichfalls (14 comments total)
Your search - metafilter - did not match any documents.
No Pages were found containing "metafilter".

* Sacrifice your parents to the dark lord Cthulhu.
* Gibber until they come and take you away.
* Refine your search parameters

Where's option "D", Form a Cthulhu conga line and dance till someone gets eaten by a deep one?
posted by jeribus at 1:52 AM on September 13, 2002

I know that look. That's the Innsmouth look.
posted by alex_reno at 2:11 AM on September 13, 2002

Pretty funny. Reminds me of your mom.
posted by DyRE at 4:25 AM on September 13, 2002

Cthulhu seems to be a popular topic for ludicrous crossovers. Oy.
posted by hot soup girl at 5:51 AM on September 13, 2002

I dunno . . . I did a search for "Anung Un Rama" and came up with nothing.
posted by mikrophon at 7:05 AM on September 13, 2002

Someone want to tell me how-the-hell you pronouce "Cthulhu"?
posted by internal at 7:30 AM on September 13, 2002

(Guy who built Cthuugle here)

It is pronounced KThoo - Loo.
posted by rantenki at 7:40 AM on September 13, 2002

Someone want to tell me how-the-hell you pronounce "Cthulhu"?
posted by internal at 7:30 AM PST on September 13

1)First, go insane. This can be achieved by contemplating either gibbering horror or vast cyclopean vistas interspersed with eye-popping bits of architecture that embraces unthinkable non-Euclidian geometries.
2)Next, bifurcate your tongue. Then bifurcate the bifurcations. Continue until the tongue resembles a sea anemone.
3) Say "Cthulhu". The results should surprise you, or at least fill you with eldrich throbbing.
posted by PinkStainlessTail at 7:45 AM on September 13, 2002

Awww.. one of my co-workers (hi, Erin!) made the graphics for this, and I was going to be l33t and blog it before everyone else. I really do love the little eyeball relevance rating, though.
posted by jess at 8:56 AM on September 13, 2002

This whill same me all the time I used to spend poring over those accursed tomes bound in the flesh of my fellow man.

Oh the sacrifices I've made.
posted by Kafkaesque at 8:56 AM on September 13, 2002

how-the-hell you pronouce "Cthulhu"?

Just like it's spelled, of course.
posted by kindall at 9:19 AM on September 13, 2002

The Chess Variant Pages include a Lovecraftian variant called Nemeroth.
"On the square where chessplayers expect to see a Bishop, instead we find a pile of leaves. A commonplace sight in the autumn, when the deciduous trees have shed; a friendly sight, an inoffensive pile of leaves.

"However, this pile of leaves is animated, animated by a spirit so evil and so ancient that there are no words to describe either its malignance nor its anciency.


"[I]f you insist on playing, at least try to deprive your opponent of all legal moves. He who has no moves loses in all senses, while the other player at least manages to feel the taste of an evanescent and hollow victory."
posted by DevilsAdvocate at 9:20 AM on September 13, 2002

There is a domain called and you can find most of Lovecraft's work here. Neat!
posted by mark13 at 12:23 PM on September 13, 2002

I thought the 'Cth u u u u u u gle' was a nice touch.
posted by RichLyon at 2:18 PM on September 14, 2002

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