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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.

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Krug-the-upleasnt-1Krug-the-upleasnt-1

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Friggin Sweet!

that is one of the best flashs on NG i cant belive how you made every single tiny thing seem riddculasly funny like when the princable was talking and at the world center for banning stuff it was soo good its a lot diffirent than what you usally do david what were you smoking?



BigShooterBigShooter

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

great

Holy crap, I damn near shit myself! Very funny stuff with a serious undertone. I loved it.



Red-ToasterRed-Toaster

Rated 5 / 5 stars

nice

i loved it, the movie was cute. it is right in some ways, i loved how you told a serious thing in a humorous way


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RadioActiveDecayRadioActiveDecay

Rated 4 / 5 stars

A little disturbing

Good -- Nice general sense of humor, moved well, nice little statement about banning, etc.etc.

Bad -- I was a bit confused here and there, but not that much



drewdevinedrewdevine

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Firth Finally Boasts as Much Style as Substance

I have been a longtime fan of Firth's style, not only in graphics but in composition, timing and humour. However, his past works (though memorable and classic) undeniably suffered from a lack of purpose other than shock value or weirdness without reason. But finally in The Child That Smelt Odd (or The Child That Smelt Funny as was the intended title) Firth realizes his full potential as a flash toonmaker. The same style that was saturated in such works as Salad Fingers is now applied to a story or piece on censorship. If you thought Firth's work was amusing when it was without meaning, you will certainly be more than ecstatic when you watch this short. Brilliant concept, brilliant directing, voice acting and comedic timing. One of the greatest flash toons I have ever seen. Bravo!


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