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Whether you're the douchebag jerkface at Technical Service, or the douchebag idiot calling for help, most of us at some point ... are douchey.
But that's never EVER an excuse to be a FUQHED.
(Also, I wanted to experiment with the line tool. Fun stuff.)
* HOLY CRAP! Thanks for the FP, guys! Looks like I'm not the only one who's worked in customer service at some point :P <3
I think we've all, at some point, had our patience tested by the invisible jerk over the phone at any given service or technical support line. This animation is a prompt example of the things we're forced to tolerate.
It's quiet and direct, with three main points throughout it's run-time.
1- You're dumb for calling at all.
2- You're gullible.
3- This is your punishment for staying on the line.
I was easily amused by the acronyms used to insult our not-so-computer-savvy consumer at his computer screen, and the ornery tech guy accurately represents the man we all wish we could deck in real life.
The punchline alone was worth sitting through the video and, although predictable it may have been, it was still well-timed and made me give out a chuckle.
To put it simply, it's a minute or so of animation that we can all relate to; and in entertainment, that's everything. 6 out of 10.
The idea, like most, has been done to death. The drawing was pretty good and same for the animation but i did not find it funny or original. Also the end was anti-climactic as hell.
Done to death? It has?
u get 2 strs 4 i laughed @ fuck but ur edning was perdicatble
i realy dont thank this is funny... at all the only good thang was the flash
A look at the first day of Lucina in Super Smash
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