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The Problem With Peggeys1

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Comedy - Original
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dwarfinatorclock
mahjongclock
peggeys

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Uploaded
Jan 6, 2008 | 12:06 AM EST

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MahjongClock unwittingly buys a specimen of a strange strain of rapidly-reproducing peggeys. Whatever shall he do?!!

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TheBagCartelTheBagCartel

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

~lol~

Nice execution and cooperative with my song m8

great work :3
~Surge



chris-the-stick2chris-the-stick2

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

hey, good.

its good, i liked it, it was nice! i liked the humour, and the whole theme on that. pretty nice sir



CheshireClockCheshireClock

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Omigawd

I came in my pants...

IN MY PANTSSS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

5'd



jerm7jerm7

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Wo0h0o dude, im luvin it (no pun)

sO naturful, 10000000000000/5! hell yeah, chain gang this kills the Haiku!



AlbinoClockAlbinoClock

Rated 5 / 5 stars

fhn;ljkdh;jlkgjkl;dgjkl;dgjkl;gdjkdg;jlkdsfgn mert

Your representation of food dyes on laquered felt was magnificent. If more people were informed about this unique art form, the world would be a better place, and the food dye industries would be a great thing to invest in.

As far as the sound goes, I think the goats conversing about monarch butterflies in three part harmony was a beautiful addition. That's some talented voice acting. They really sounded like goats, wow.


MahjongClock responds:

Actually, Foodfelting is an ancient artform. I believe that it was pioneered by rural villagers of the medieval Kingdom of Pamplona.

The goatish sounds wasn't the problem. Llamas are inclined to bleat like goats when fed a carefully balanced diet of buttermilk and jellybeans. The real challenge was getting the animals to sing on pitch. And it was actually a four-part harmony; the blue goat was singing the super-sonic-soprano part... so I guess it's understandable that you didn't hear it.

Thank you for this lovely napkin, by the by.