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This started out as a sort of flash tennis experiment. No rules, no script, just pure random animating.
This is the result.
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this is amazing!!! polly the best collab i ever seen! keep up the good work.
I LUV THIS VID! MAKE ANOTHER!
It was pretty good. I especially liked the "I haven't done this in twenty years." and Tetris bits. In fact those two are probably the main reason I've been re-watching this little collaboration.
Though I will note that there's one rule that may improve upon this. It's a rule that can make amateurs come up with decent improve in live performances: an always agree rule. Essentially when someone throws something out, the next person always agrees with it and follows up on it.
I personally think that the material would've been better if such a clause was added. But all in all, I got some entertainment out of it, watching it again just for certain bits. Nice video, could've been better in conception.
i have seen more sense in mashed potatoes
and since i love nonsense when its due i give you guys my 5.
btw tetris parodies of this kind makes me lol all they way to extinction.
That... made absolutely no sense whatsoever.
But it didn't have to.
So there ya go. 10/10/10
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