O RLY? Gallery 1

Gunsmith Cats O RLY
As far as I can tell, this is the original "o rly?" image. (Though I've also heard that the original is a picture of someone using the telephone. Neither has yet been confirmed.) It's a screen-capture from a subtitled version of the Gunsmith Cats anime.

Bowie O RLY
David Bowie as "Jareth the Goblin King" from the 1986 movie Labyrinth.

O R'lyeh O RLY
R'lyeh (mispunctuated here as "Rl'yeh") was the name of a sunken city in the Pacific Ocean where Cthulhu (the creature in the above image) slept.

Fish-hat O RLY
Don't know anything about this one. Funny though.

Fudd O RLY
The Elmer Fudd O RLY. Of course, because of Elmer's R-and-L-to-W speech impediment, the original phrase has been changed to "O WWY."

Carlin O RLY
The George Carlin O RLY.

Indian man O RLY
The Indian (?) O RLY. Looks a lot like Dhalsim from Street Fighter, no?

Japanese O RLY (O RRY)
The stereotypical Asian-accent O RLY.

Count Olaf O RLY
The Jim Carrey/Count Olaf from Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events (2004) O RLY.

Lucius Malfoy O RLY
The Lucius Malfoy (a la Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban) O RLY.

Peter Lorre O RLY
The Peter Lorre O RLY.

Pope O RLY
The Pope O RLY.

The Rock O RLY #1
The Rock O RLY #1.

The Rock O RLY #2
The Rock O RLY #2.

Luke Skywalker O RLY
The Mark Hamill/Luke Skywalker O RLY.

Spock/Vulcan O RLY
The Spock O RLY.

Johnny Depp/Willy Wonka O RLY
The Johnny Depp/Willy Wonka Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005) O RLY.

The O WRYYYYYly O RLY. "WRYYYYYY" is from a Japanese Flash animation where a stick figure on a bulldozer falls on someone and screams the aforementioned word/sound.

The George W. Bush O RLY.

The Bill Clinton O RLY.

The Bob Dole O RLY.

The Daffy Duck O RLY.

The Jerry Orbach/Lenny Briscoe (a la Law & Order) O RLY.

The owl O RLY.

The Edd O RLY.

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