The Mr. Hankey character is based on an idea Trey Parker’s father came up with when he was taking Trey to the toilet as a child. Parker said he refused to flush the toilet as a kid, so his father told him that if he didn’t flush his chair, which he called “Mr. Hankey,” he would come to life and kill him.
Hankey is a sentient, funny piece of feces and the former Christmas deity of South Park, replacing others like Frosty or Rudolph. At Christmas he visits those who eat a lot of fiber in their diet.
Hankey, the Christmas poo. Mr. Hankey was introduced in 1997, and subsequent episodes built his legend. Mr. Hankey is a living hunk of magical feces with a high-pitched voice, big cartoon eyes, and a tiny Santa hat he picked up somewhere along the way.
At a South Park City Council meeting, Mr. Hankey, a sentient piece of poo and director of the city’s Christmas contest, is told that his show’s budget has been cut in half. Despite the fact that many in town like him, he is told that many others are offended by him because of his scatological nature.
Hankey’s famous catchphrase. Hello Ho! Mr. Hankey is South Park’s Christmas deity, replacing others like Frosty or Rudolph.
Hello; How are you? (used as a greeting)
Description. Mr. Poopybutthole is a very good friend of the Smith family from another dimension (where he is a global superstar) who has taken refuge with the Smiths so he can live a normal life [as in the Comic Series ‘Lil Poopy Superstar’ Issues 1-5] he is described as a longtime family friend.
Hankey is one of South Park’s most recognizable and popular non-normal characters. His shrill greeting “Howdy-ho” was equally distinctive and became one of the most quoted lines of the show’s first season.
Mr. Hankey eventually lost his city job and became an outcast. The only person who tried to advocate for him, Kyle, also became an outcast, but he was not forced to leave town. The talking Christmas poop character has been on the show since the first season.
Hankey is the living embodiment of the Christmas spirit itself. With the help of his lovely wife Autumn and three children – Amber, Simon and Cornwallis, Mr.
Stan Marsh. PC Babies, Riley, Bailey, Harper, River and Emory are PC Principal and Strong Woman’s children after they have intercourse in Splatty Tomato. In episodes they are used as a means to refer to the Snowflake Generation. young adults who are very politically correct and easily offended.
Although Dr. Janus is white, his most dominant alternate persona is the owner of the local Chinese restaurant, and for years Janus has been convincing people of South Park that he is in fact the Chinese “Tuong Lu Kim” is by squinting his eyes and speaking with a stereotypical Chinese accent.
/ˈhæŋ.ki/ (also handkerchief) a handkerchief (= square piece of cloth or paper used to clean the nose and dry the eyes)
Season 1 E9 • 17.12.1997. Mr. Hankey comes out of the restroom and proves he’s real by singing a Christmas carol to Kyle, but goes limp when Mr. Broflovski walks in.
Hankey, the Christmas Poo” is the 9th episode of the first season and the 9th episode overall of South Park. It first aired on December 17, 1997.
Used in different states. In the rural Southern United States, Howdy is a colloquial contraction of the formal greeting How do you do? and as such is considered a formal and acceptable greeting in both Southern and Western states such as Idaho, New Mexico , Nevada, Oregon, Arizona, Texas and Wyoming.
The truth is that Texans actually say these words a lot, but not usually together. “Howdy” is typically murmured as a polite greeting, as opposed to a garish greeting, and its use as a friendly greeting is one of many cultural traditions taught at Texas A&M University.
An expanded form of the expression howdy to more fully reflect the original expression “how do you do“.
Secondly, we see in the Season 4 trailer that Mr Poopybutthole will be returning this season. He is apparently on some sort of tenure track and takes part in beating up his students when they try to attack him. So now we know he’s a parasite, he’s a Morty and he’s coming back.