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A very serious matter

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Oct 21, 2007 | 11:16 PM EDT

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Make no mistake, Ladies and Gentlemen.
-This is a very serious matter!

It was also a boatload of fun to animate :D
N-joy!

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eddsworldeddsworld

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

My word

I remember hearing this years ago, i even tried animating at one point (quite funny too, considering you did a lot of things how i was planning to do them too), But your style suite the song perfectly, and the expressions were spot on :D


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Aleut2Aleut2

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Cool

I saw the entire Salad Fingers series just recently, and I have to say, it is by far the creepiest thing I have ever seen anybody do in flash.

O_o

Anyway, nice little video.



FxmouslxstwordsFxmouslxstwords

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Excellent

Well done sir. Thoroughly enjoyable.



NautishkoNautishko

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Nautishko = Amused

Ha ha, that was good. I myself have questioned the appropriateness and value of some of David Firth's animations, but I still enjoy them so I've never complained :p

Well done



xXcubXxxXcubXx

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Hillarous, but I have one small issue

When the guy says BRID, which is short for bridlington. A coastal resort in england you somehow think that he is saying brandon??? Which is a name! ENGLISH MOTHERFUCKER, DO YOU SPEAK IT?! Sorry I just dont even understand how you could possibly interpret the word brid, which contains one syllable with the word brandon which contains two... God you americans took the english language, shat on it, buried it, dug it back up, tortured it and then set it on fire >.< END RANT//.

Apart from that.
Keep up the good work =D


AntonyC responds:

Dear Rancourous internet-cartoon critic,

Please to be listening now of me for make-benefit goodly understanding.

I'm not American.

Half the folks who listen to this are convinced (as I was) that he's saying "Brandon" Which is one of at least five different places in England, one of which is close to Leeds -Where David and Crust hang out- and is a known Chav-town (think Devvo).

Aaaand on top of all that, King David -who absolutely freaking adores this and wants to have my children- emailed me personally to correct me. it turns out they're actually saying "Bread".

Oops!

Thanks for commenting :D