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Aug 16, 2010 | 4:43 PM EDT

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Made one night in a drunken fury.

Thanks for front page Mister Fulp, sir.



Rated 4 / 5 stars


Yeah, most of these youtubers do get annoying and repetitive after a while. I can see why you hate them too lol.

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

Funny but...'re just a troll with too much spare time!


Rated 4 / 5 stars

The Chocolate Shitstorm has been Released.

Sums it up as clear as you can get - People being famous on Vblogging shouldn't have been in the first place. The graphical quality is a bit cheap, but the humor certainly nails it in the internet-created coffin. Rude, crude, but says nothing but the truth on big freaking idiots on the internet. It's a thumbs up. Shit. Fag......SHIT


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Some parts are true

I found it funny how you actually included a link to YouTube on this animation. Anyway, I admire a lot of people like this and it is mostly because I think they are just getting their opinions and views out. Probably the most annoying thing is how they always disable comments. I did not find that any of the people swore more than anyone else on the Internet did. It was pretty funny to make fun of it making when he got 0 subscribers. I can at least admire this for the animation and I guess I do not do vblogging anyway.

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

Looks Like Someone's An Angry Blogger.

Thanks to the wacky shenanigans that is the human race, the media (specifically YouTube) is practically flooded with people to make fun of it with a side of them twittering about themselves drinking some juice in a sense of 'false celebrityhood' or what I would like to call 'Paris Hiltonism'. There are so many shows based on this little trend of 'internet comedy' such as Web Soup, Tosh.0, Attack of the Show (first segement), Jay Sez, Ray William Johnson, iCarly (an Apple product?) etc, that by the time I get to the fifth show, I would've seen the same lawl-cat tripping some raging fat kid onto his balls a bazillion times, and still not give a crap about it.
Heck don't believe me or this movie, go see for yourself:

Shane Dawson: 5Ug0k&feature=sub
Ray William Johsnon: 9Mgp4

But even with all this going on, I still believe that this flash is a bit unecessary on the rage-lols and the tone it undertakes to describe this. Granted the instructions and representations are a bit scary accurate and the art and animation gives such accuracy that hilarious 'Ren and Stimpy' feel, but overall the show was a bit too harsh for at least my taste. Heck with this, you might as well start Flame War II!!
The beginning warning alone takes away all the harmless fun feel to making fun of someone/thing and just replaces it with a bit of trolling, and that's Never a good move. Just saying a little more subtle sarcasm would've helped.

Speaking of the 'guide' what happened to rules #5-13...and rule #34..and rule #69?
Sure some of the people feautred are pretty funny at times and most likely better than what you would've done, but from now on, let's just keep this whole trend thing down to the original: Bob Saget and America's Funniest Home Videos.

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4 Camels in a Tiny Car Without Pancake Mix Doing Your Mom out of 5

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psychicpebbles responds:

thanks for that awesome review I appreciate it