Ah, I feel like I'm getting on touch with the roots of Egoraptor cartoons... dude seems to hang out mostly on Youtube nowadays, makes me laugh how he's protected his newer, slightly "bubblegum" audience from stuff like this.
O I C wut u did thar...
Hot Chocolate - You Sexy Thing.
Aha, I see the pun.
Anyway, I liked it (although it feels wrong saying so). The insane crudity and inappropriate nature of it got a good shocked laugh from me.
I am LOVING this one!
Definitely in for the winning potential! My single sole critisizm is that it can become difficult to follow who's who sometimes. Oh, and the ending was a bit rushed, seemingly. That aside, this is an absolutely champion tribute!
Yeah, I... didn't quite get it.
If there was a 7.5 rating then I would go with that one. I mean, I still found it funny, but I don't get the Justin Bieber reference. You could have done this with any character.
My issue with this...
I mean, don't get me wrong, the art was fantastic and I enjoyed the slow, poetic feel to it, but c'mon now; Nobody clicked on this flash expecting some deep, sociological, war-themed short comic strip did they? We all just wanted to have a bit of an old laugh at a freak with nails for eyes.
Like many others, a lot of this bewildered me. The difference with me, however, is that I don't persuade myself to dislike it by letting that get to me. "Oh, and don't understand it and therefore it's not funny" seems to be the essence of the bad reviews for this flash. The thing is, though, because I don't get all of it, I find myself watching it several times over in order to make sense of it - and if you want to watch something again then the animation is doing it's job, right? Also, as a matter of personal taste, I found it funny in most parts.
I hope this answers a question or two posed by ericklebleu and is well recieved by the animator.
Even though I only vaguely remember Yu-Gi-Oh...
This was absolutely awesomesauce!
All I will say, though, is that there could have been some more background whoa-oh-ing, as it would better match the song.
XD XD XD
This will forever live on forever... and ever.
TRUE TRUE TRUE
Oh, it's so true, it makes sense, you're the messiah, have my babies, I'm not even from your country, blah, blah, blah.
This is really just one giant over-reaction in the form of a hippie-preaching message. If you turn on the telly, you're rarely going to find anything about the few extra pounds that kids put on in front of a screen, rather you'll be hearing about REAL problems in the economy. Exessive gaming, you see, is a rarity. Just because you seem to have experienced it doesn't make it a national issue.
And besides, who on earth are you to say games have no value? This video is almost overwhelmingly biased in what it saysare "better things to do" than play games. Sure, you could learn a nother language or two or read a freakin book - but who in their right minds can call it more entertaining than getting absorbed into a fantasisial world of action, strategy, exploration or whatever the hell it is that's most popular among gamers? You quite simply havn't let the entertainment value enter the equation. We live for fun, and to many people games are much, much more fun than reading or driving or some such thing mentioned in the video. If you find more things fun than games, then that's a simple matter of personal taste, which I can respect. What I cannot respect is that you seem to think it gives you the right to call video games worthless because of your own opinion, and call out to others to agree with you like it's something that needs to be taken action against.
I give you one star because I agree on the fact that people who push friends and family aside for games are caught in a lonely cycle and have a serious problem. But as I said, a rarity.
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