The author of a webcomic I read (Angel Moxie) has, as he finishes up his current work, begun a fun little project. A little one-panel comic based on things sent in by fans. Basically, send him a funny or odd quote of some kind and he may make a comic on it if he picks it. I'd like to participate in that, but therein lies the problem.
Here's the dilemma. There is a quote I'd like to submit. Something someone right here at Arlong Park said a long time ago that has ever since made me giggle a bit every time I think of it. In fact, I often use it for a custom status message on Yahoo! Messenger when I log on. The problem is that, the thing was so far back that I don't even remember WHO said it. So I don't feel right using someone else's words like that without their permission. Even if it is just harmless fun (wasn't a flame or anything, just a funny sentence), doesn't seem like something I should just do.
I was wondering what others thought on the matter were.
I'll put the quote here, on the off chance the originator recognizes it. It was made in reference to that color cardboard cut out of Franky seen at an expo someplace. Someone (again, I forget who) said that a Franky Fridge would be an awsome product because "soda doesn't taste great until you pull it out of a speedo-wearing cyborg's stomach."
Do you think I'm making a too big a deal of this and shold just do it? Should I try and track down the original quoter (unlikely, as this was before the board reformats)? What do you guys think?