For those craft-makers whose medium is the Internet, Sheen has become the muse who keeps on inspiring.
Surge Desk has collected some of the funniest, strangest and Sheen-iest memes to grow out of Charlie's media blitz.
New Yorker cartoons
Some genius took 15 New Yorker cartoons and substituted choice Sheen quotes for their typically wry captions, resulting in some cartoons that work surprisingly well. We particularly like the one in which a sharp-dressed businessman encounters a thirsty person crawling through the desert and says, "Oh wait, can't process it. Loser. Winning. Bye-bye." View them all on BuzzFeed.
In the same vein, Sheen's words have been added to word bubbles emitting from the mouths of superheroes. Imagine Batman saying, "I'm so tired of pretending like my life isn't just perfect and just winning every second, and I'm not just perfect and bitching and just delivering the goods at every frickin' turn." View them on Comics Alliance.
The Internet loves the cuddly almost as much as the nutty. The twain meet in "The 14 Craziest Things Charlie Sheen Has Said (Presented by Bunnies)." As the title suggests, Sheen's bonkers words are put in the adorable, twitchy mouths of bunny rabbits. The crazed-looking bunny who says, "I am an F-18 and I will destroy you in the air" looks as if he really means it. View them on BuzzFeed. There are also cats and baby sloths quoting Sheen.
Live the Sheen Dream
In case you like your quotes presented without context (or New Yorker cartoons, or superheroes, or animals), there is the "Live the Sheen Dream" random quote generator.
Maybe we have dirty minds and Sheen is just inarticulately expressing pretty tame ideas? OK, probably not, but that's the concept behind Clean Sheen, which takes phrases we think Sheen would say and makes them seem innocent. For instance, "Just blew a line ... no problem, it was only the first take." The idea grew from the community of Reddit and has taken off elsewhere too. View Clean Sheen on Urlesque.
Charlie Brown mashup
Jimmy Kimmel added Sheen's words to a classic "Peanuts" cartoon, with hilarious results. Watch:
Who said what?
Quizzes are floating around that challenge users to correctly identify what Sheen said and what another crazy person said. We like the "Charlie Sheen vs. Ron Burgundy" quiz on CollegeHumor, but the best has to be the super-challenging "Charlie Sheen v Muammar Gaddafi: whose line is it anyway?" from the U.K. newspaper The Guardian.
More Sheen quotes
Warming Glow has a slide show in which Sheen's words are placed on stills from "Two and a Half Men" and "Major League" as well as more random images, like a photo from "Pan's Labyrinth."
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