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A strange man begins to change his ways.
"It made me feel very nice, it had a really warm feeling about it." - Firth
I am disgustingly disturbed.
And I could'nt be happier. This is what I call ART. Suffering, deep, dark where the hell is my soul art, but art nevertheless. This is a creation from the guy who brought us the hilarious "John Kerry in Vietnam"? No one can question whether this guy is a one trick pony or not. A master of comedy and a true observer of the dark side of life. Jeremy, your talent is well noted.
your up there with david firth in the fucked up department
but i didnt like ur mouths that much
Time To Say What I Thought Of It.
Ok, Heres My Thoughts On The Film For Those Of You Who Care Or To Those Of You That Didn't Understand This Flash.
The man was the grim reaper as many of you have already noticed.
His belt buckle said G.R. on it, and he was always with the person who died when they did. Basically he was tired of waiting for them to die, so he figured he could just do it himself and save himself the time.(Like the self-checkout counter in the store)
I agree on the fact that it was almost a David Firth carbon-copy, but who says that no two people can have the same style of flash?
Good job, Lokken. I hope to see more interesting flashes such as this one from you in the future.
ahh yes. a good lesson taught
this creppy man has taught me something today. that its best to do thing yourself. wating for someone to do it for u. or help you will only waste time. thank you (creppy-steal a womans dress after u killed her-while you were on coffee break -and i hope to never meet a person like that guy.) you have taught me something. good job man. fucking halirous.
SIGNITURE: YOU MADE ME HAPY IN MY ANIME PANTS!!!!! XD XD XD
Creepy. But why did he always steal the dead person's clothes?
Detective Nwar engages in modern nwarfare.
It's a picture that moves.
Music video for Savlonic's Broken single from their new album.
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