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Jan 22, 2009 | 9:15 PM EST

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ha cha cha cha chaaaaa!!!

oh and khawnerL from newgrounds.com PO box 444 said "no way jose i aint no ho-ho, remove me from this flash because i'm too gooder than everyone to be in it fuck you dante" so i removed him even though he made the whole thing

Reviews


blake1247blake1247

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Well

I didnt understand Blakeandcraps part


horsenwelles responds:

i diddnt get the khawner guy's part

did you hear that his dad is the mayor?


MrScriblamMrScriblam

Rated 0 / 5 stars

wow

congratulations on completely failing to create satire by stealing some unfunny jokes and essentially making the exact same thing as the shit you're supposed to be making fun of.


horsenwelles responds:

yay

you also percieve it wrong


benjadaninjabenjadaninja

Rated 5 / 5 stars

GOOD JAREB BOYYZ,

5/5 IS WHAT I GIVE IT YES


horsenwelles responds:

RWARWR!!!!! AAAUUUUGHHH!!!! this was an utter waste of time! it was a complete destruction of sensical morality and newgrounds idealism!!!!

NEVER FUCKING DO THAT!

PARODYS BELONG AWAY FROM SATIRES!!!!!

i just challenged the popular thought


Psi43Psi43

Rated 5 / 5 stars

reall not good

but it had mario in it XD


horsenwelles responds:

thank you


FleeFlee

Rated 5 / 5 stars

It was horrendous...

Really. This deserves a complete zero. It was worse than two frames of stick figures. Also, it stole ideas from another collab. I don't like that!

Paragraph 2:
Some parts where NOT satires. That throws off the whole thing into another direction. One you cannot even CONCEIVE of! I forgot that I was watching a stupid cartoon on Newgrounds.

In conclusion, AAAATRTTRRGFFFHTTTSGKKHDHKKSSKKSSKSKF KF.

That is all.


horsenwelles responds:

RWARWR!!!!! AAAUUUUGHHH!!!! this was an utter waste of time! it was a complete destruction of sensical morality and newgrounds idealism!!!!

NEVER FUCKING DO THAT!

PARODYS BELONG AWAY FROM SATIRES!!!!!

i just challenged the popular thought