|“||Life is a cartoon; we are all the characters of the larger; the cartoons we make are part of our own universe; we're all a reality cartoon.||”|
|Chris setting the record straight.|
Accepting the film Who Framed Roger Rabbit as an accurate depiction of reality, Chris believes that established media franchises and fictional characters, including his own, exist in parallel universes that he calls dimensions (labelled alphanumerically), reality cartoons or toon worlds that are inhabited by OCs and separated by the iron curtains that make up the Fourth Wall. Such an unusual metaphysical system has been with Chris since at least 2010, and was roughly in its modern form even some months before the Idea Guys publicly exploded onto the scene in November 2017, but has become the agglomerate it is today largely with their and other weens' leaven since.´This article seeks to catalogue the various unusual, often self-aggrandizing, alternate worlds that Chris believes to exist.
Chris’s belief in multiple cartoon dimensions existing may have stemmed from the South Park episode "Imaginationland", which involved a realm where fictional characters and imaginary creations could mingle with one another. It may also be noted that Toon World is the name of a Yu-Gi-Oh! card, providing yet further evidence that Chris has no originality whatsoever.
Chris accepts multiverse cosmology as objective fact and uses it as a vehicle to justify his belief that cartoons are real. He was likely exposed to it for the first time in the Family Guy episode "Road to the Multiverse". It's important to point out that the infamous second call between Chris and Alec, which took place on 28 January 2010, occurred only four months after the original air date of this episode, meaning the idea was still fresh in Chris's mind.
In recent years, Chris has become much more vocal about his belief in multiple universes. He invoked the existence of an alternative reality when expressing his disapproval of President Pmurt, in emails with DoopieDoOver, and in an interview with Count Dankula.
Much of Chris' modern lexicon of the names of dimensions come from the Marvel Comics multiverse. This possibly comes from a discussion with a Marvel Comics writer in July of 2018, even though the writer stated that the Marvel Multiverse is a fictional construct. It's also notable to mention that Chris was so easily manipulated by the Idea Guy in part because he had invoked the multiverse theory; which immediately garnered Chris's attention.
In reality, dimensions are not parallel universes, but rather directions you can move in within a universe. Our current reality contains three dimensions of space (length, width, height/depth) and one dimension of time. Dimensions are also relative to the observer, and speaking of the "third dimension" is like looking at a water bottle and asking "which ounce is the 3rd ounce." Comic book physics ≠ real life physics.
|“||C-197 houses not only Cwcville, but also the ton of our other “fictional” individuals of the Simpsons, Captain America, Batman, Eric Cartman, Kim Possible, Meg Griffin, Optimus Prime, Papa Smurf, Inuyasha, Ash Ketchum, all of the Pokémon, Digimon, and so forth; Sunset Shimmer and the Canterlot High group, with the Portal to Equestria there too, the CPUs, and all the many others as well. You imagine it; (unless it exists in an alternate setting, like where World War 2 never happened), It Will Be There!||”|
C-197 is the primary dimension of Chris' fantasy. The name is based off the fictional dimension of C-137 from Rick and Morty. It includes CWCVille and all other creations Chris has produced over the years, as well as various creations by other companies and people, such as Transformers, My Little Pony and all manner of Sonichu OC, as well as non-Sonichu examples as well, though only conditionally. The geography of this dimension is dubious, with CWCVille itself behaving much like Springfield from The Simpsons, expanding and contracting as need arises.
Chris considers C-197 to be his version of Heaven, an afterlife populated by characters from his favorite media franchises as well as the spirits of his deceased pets and father, and possibly those of others as well.
In a May 2019 tweet replying to someone whose father had passed away, Chris attempted to comfort the woman by telling her that her father's spirit was likely in C-197.
|I am really sorry to hear that about your father. It really is a shocker when someone passes on on-the-spot like that. Apparently, in cases like that, destiny and fate needed him and had plans that are out of reach or negotiation at the moment. But, rest assured, your father’s soul is serving a good and greater purpose where he is right now (likely in C-197 helping out there through his self-counterpart’s body).|
Fortunately for the bereaved, Chris's account was private at the time.
1218 is the dimension we reside in, consisting of reality.
Chris asked Marvel comics writer Seanan McGuire which dimension number represents the Earth that we are currently occupying. Seanan responded with the Marvel Universe canonical answer "Earth-1218", while Chris interpreted the answer to mean she was speaking about the literal Earth. Chris then began using 1218 to refer to reality's dimension.
Chris believes that 1218 and its Earth is temporary and slated to end soon, presumably within his lifetime. With the Merge allegedly currently in progress Chris believes that, though he is only a normal human with no supernatural powers or abilities, some powers from his C-197 counterpart have seeped into his 1218 body.
- Main article: Dimensional Merge
A mash-up of the other two dimension names, this would be the combined dimension of the "fictional world" C-197 and our reality, which Chris believes will occur with the dimension merge.
Chris believes in several alternate dimensions, flimsy stand-ins to cope with inconsistencies or to dismiss any conflicts with his safe space fantasy dimension of C-197.
R-687 represents the universe based on the fanfiction Sonichu Vs SNT, written by opuscon987(known in Kiwi Farms as somethingrandom987). This is brought up on 9 October 2019 after Chris declares his disapproval of the series and his attempts to distance anything SNT related from his universe. It's described as a home for a "Batman who laughs at everything from the Joker" and a "one, great massive Mess."
S-642 is the universe where the fighting game Skullgirls takes place. It was first mentioned in the TSSSF card "Plotted Device", where a robot of the same name was created to house the soul of Magi-Chan of the dimension.
X686 is the home dimension of Kiwi Farms user Cedric_Eff's OCs. Known residents are Daedalus the Degu, Derek, the dimension's counterpart of Magi-Chan, and Kepler, a shape-shifting counterpart of Blake.
As the name suggests, the Lego Dimension is the home of the Lego versions of Chris and other OCs.
ZX-49, also known as "The Macbook Pro Dimension" is the home-dimension of all of the OC's created by AquaDiamond8.
The home dimension of cartoons such as Teen Titans Go, Pony Life, and other similarly-styled cartoons.
- August 2017 tweets#"Life is a cartoon"
- Kacey Call 22
- May 2019 social media posts#Chris Reacts to Death
- [[July 2018 social media posts#Earth_1218
|The places of Christian Weston Chandler's life|
Chris's education: Greene County Primary School | James Madison University | Providence Middle School | Nathanael Greene Elementary School | Manchester High School | Piedmont Virginia Community College (not to be confused with Private Villa of Corrupted Citizens)
Other attraction locations: University of Virginia | Charlottesville Fashion Square (Abercrombie & Fitch | Chick-fil-A | Pac Sun | Starbucks) | Wal-Mart (McDonald's) | Target | The GAMe PLACe | Impulse Gay Social-Club | Fridays After Five
Other places Chris has visited: Anytime Fitness | Best Buy | Burger King | Country Cookin | "Create-a-Crear Workshop" | Cville Pride | The End Games | GameStop | Golden Corral | McIntire Park | Region Ten | Snooky's Pawn Shop | Taco Bell