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{{Fad Infobox|name=Lex Luthor
{{iboriginal|lexluthor|Lex Luthor > Kaz Hirai}}
|originalTitle=Lex Luthor > Kaz Hirai
{{ibdate|May 2006|May 23, 2006}}
|title1=Lex Luthor > Scientology
|title1=Lex Luthor > Scientology
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|title5=Lex Luthor > Half Naked Running Guy
|title5=Lex Luthor > Half Naked Running Guy

Revision as of 10:00, August 8, 2006

Lex Luthor
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Original YTMND:
Lex Luthor > Kaz Hirai
by stratos-the-bratos
May 23, 2006
Worthy Spinoffs:

Lex Luthor from Superman Returns interupting various people by saying "WROOOOOOOOOONG", usually causing massive damage (kind of like when you attack a giant enemy crab's weak point).

Lex Luthor is the archenemy of DC Comics' Superman and the subject of a fad based on the following scene from the 2006 movie Superman Returns:

Lex Luthor: Come on, let me hear you say it, just once.
Lois Lane: You're insane.
Luthor: No! [laughs] Not that! No, the other thing...
Lois: Superman will nev--
Luthor: WRONNNG!

The Luthor fad spun out of the Kaz Hirai fad with Lex Luthor > Kaz Hirai by stratos-the-bratos, mixing Lex's lines with Hirai's press conference at E3 2006.

The most basic form of a Luthor site (e.g., Lex Luthor > Milton) is to insert a person (often a fad character like Milton Waddams) into the scene to utter a catchphrase ("I believe you have my stapler") so that Luthor can ask to hear a different one ("I'll set the building on fire") and then violently disagree with it ("WRONNNG!").

Variations on the fad include changing the mathematical statement in the title (Lex Luthor + Lex Luthor = 2(Lex Luthor), Lex Luthor = Willy Wonka, etc.) and Luthor's "WRONNNG" coming out of nowhere to create a sort of screamer site (Lex Luthor > Scientology).

Lex Luthor YTMNDs