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The Child That Smelt Odd

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rated 4.33 / 5 stars
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Comedy - Original
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Uploaded
Apr 8, 2005 | 10:05 AM EDT
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Author Comments

The real title should be "The Child That Smelt Funny" but it wouldn't fit.

Alright people here's a rather long one for you (don't complain it was orignally much longer) it's not a dark nasty one so don't expect to feel ill or uncomfortable. Yes the character as the start is Jim, I used him because I recently scrapped Fat-Pie 4 (I hated it!) and disappointed a few people so I thought I'd put him in his first Flash. Anyway all I can say is that it's long, my longest flash yet. Enjoy it.

Thanks to Afro_Ninja for the actionscript help.

Reviews


Vegeta365Vegeta365

Rated 5 / 5 stars

very wierd

all the people catch on fire



PoloPancakePoloPancake

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Wow.

Weird, but definitely entertaining.

The voice acting was amazing as well. Animations were really good.

Really nice movie.



NeofateNeofate

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Genius

This has that "south park" flair to it but shares nothing with it other than 'comedy' with a message. You don't have to 'get it' to still enjoy the conflict and overall dramatic nature of the story. Very unique idea(s), great animation.

I particularly enjoy the small things like how the way you animated the arm/hand movements and how one arm would show on people unless they otherwise were using it. I loved the old woman's face that had a banana like shape. Overall this is something you could watch 10 times and see new things each time.


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CaptainPinoyCaptainPinoy

Rated 3 / 5 stars

i dont get it

i dont get it....



CSlashCSlash

Rated 5 / 5 stars

That world wasn't beutiful at all!

I like how you expressed how stupid banning controversial stuff
really is. I don't know what you have in england, but in america
we have the fcc which is actually trying to do what you described.
I'd like to punch whoever decided that such a thing was a good idea
in the face.