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Mar 12, 2011 | 6:28 PM EST
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(EDIT: Markus rated it M, but Tommy didn't like it. He changed it back.)

(EDIT: Added pause button, just click anywhere, and the links are now working kthx)

Two fruity brothers go down town to buy a present for their little sister's upcoming birthday when THE UNTHINKABLE HAPPENS. Let the adventurous intermezzo commence!

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Made by Tommy and Markus Vad Flaaten
Backgrounds: Simon Gustavsson
Voices (and some ideas):
Yotam Perel
Aras Afsaij
Corey Holland
Organ jammin': Haavard Flaaten (dad)

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Reviews


RussianTankmanRussianTankman

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Oh dear Lord!

This one is absolutely killer! Thanks for the joyful moments of this vid!!

My favorite part was when they returned with no presents - BIG MISTAKE! Ha ha!!


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SpaceNinjaSpaceNinja

Rated 5 / 5 stars

GREAT!

i can see alot of references to minecraft, like the diamond block on the wall right before the apple eats the candy, and the creeper pony in the pony in the shop on the shelf.
i couldnt find any easter eggs though, are there any of those in there?
-SNM


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treefrogproductionstreefrogproductions

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Wow

This is a sheer work of genius and definitely needs more exposure!!!

The voice acting could be a bit more lively in parts but regardless it just blew my mind, will there be any more?



BeagletonBeagleton

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Genius

BAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA this was solid gold! You had such a diverse range of animation techniques it really made the cartoon ping. You just GOTTA do more! Haven't laughed so hard in ages!


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dragpentdragpent

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Great animation

I also very much enjoyed the minecraft references.

Keep up the great work!