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Jun 4, 2005 | 7:41 PM EDT
  • Daily 3rd Place June 5, 2005

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A young man comes to terms with his dead childhood bird.

This is based on a true story: I had a bird when I was a kid, and I moved around a lot, and he (or she) was one of the few constant things in my life. I was 16 when he died, and I wanted to bury him when I was settled in a place that I liked, so I put him in a brick. I still have that brick!

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

he got owned

Ha sucker


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Give this one a shot NEWGROUNDERS!!!

Do yourself a favor and check this one out...short and sweet. I really liked this one folks.


Rated 3 / 5 stars

It was alright...

I have a suggestion though. At the end have the kid that just killed him freak out and to hide the body he makes him into a brick.

JeremyLokken responds:

Nearing the end of making it, I was thinking about cycling the brick part of the story, but it might have been too much within this 55 second story. Great idea though!


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Just... touching.

I cried through the affectionnate and loverly ramblings of this movie. Oh, how it perceived my sensitive heart!!! Oh, uh, sorry, that was my bropthowewer. yuor oh, how it did! Gohhhod mofdovie. It WAS touching... shuiouit up.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars


How is that a true story? So your bird can talk? And your friend smashed your face in with a sledgehammer? How can you make a cartoon from beyond the grave? Can you show me? Aren't you the guy who made Star Wars transitions and handicopped?

JeremyLokken responds:

It's not a true story, but based on a true story.

Yeah! Star Wars Transitions! Handicopped!