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Aug 15, 2005 | 10:31 PM EDT

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Author Comments

NOTICE (EDIT): Although this is the only full flash movie I've finished, I do not consider it to be exceptional, or even up to par with MY standards. Please don't take it seriously.
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A short movie I threw together during my spare time in the last few weeks. It's rushed, so don't expect too much. O_o Enjoy, and happy Clock Day! :]

Reviews


Punisher2191Punisher2191

Rated 5 / 5 stars March 15, 2009

Nice Job

I think this is one of my favorite things I have watched on Newgrounds.



topdog313topdog313

Rated 5 / 5 stars January 17, 2009

uh i

uh i just have two questions one a wonder what strawberry and clear's kids would look like? and two what is the name of the song at the beginning of the movie. i really want to know especially my second question


Masquatto responds:

1. I'd guess a spherical, see-through strawberry.

2. Beethoven's Moonlight Sonata.

Thanks for the review.


ViceFullbusterViceFullbuster

Rated 5 / 5 stars June 6, 2008

Haha that was cute.

At first it was pretty sad but then later after the breakup scene is when it got really funny and silly,had a lot of different emotions to the flash which was good and i really enjoyed this clock flash. =)


Masquatto responds:

Haha. I tried to throw in little things to make the breakup part less depressing, but it's good that you still found enough of it funny. :]
Thanks.


DmabsterDmabster

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars May 30, 2008

OMG

The whole choice thing was LOL


Masquatto responds:

Glad you liked it (I think?).


Yogurt-ClockYogurt-Clock

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 8, 2008

Funny!

Hahahahahahaha! That was great, I love the hole "your son is a dum ass" joke!
Great job!

5!
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Masquatto responds:

I was actually worried when I made that that it was too political and out of nowhere, but it seems to grow truer as time goes on. :0

Thanks.