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Old Man McDouche

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rated 4.30 / 5 stars
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Genre:
Comedy - Original
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oldman
douche
cranberry
monkies

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Uploaded
May 22, 2011 | 4:37 PM EDT

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Edit: Whoa, Daily 1st!? :) (and Kieran has been credited)
Edit2: Front page,huh~? You guys are the best!

Preloader added courtesy of Kieran :)

Old Man McDouche goes to the store in hopes of getting his favorite juice, until....

Scripting and Animating by Kieran-S
Voices by Patrick Seymour

Reviews


immortalservantimmortalservant

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Oh no!

The pigs stole his mind!



MajinMaianMajinMaian

Rated 5 / 5 stars

ah starting a fight for no fun.

Very amusing and funny :) I like that he went to a place he directly knew they didn't sell what he wanted and picked a fight over it lol


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sniper4900sniper4900

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

damn whipersnappers

to full of your cogbeatin self to make them watcha call them dodads that you press oh ya replay buttons!!!


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FreakinoodlesFreakinoodles

Rated 5 / 5 stars

No replay button?!

WHAT A DISGRACE.
now GIVE ME MY GODDAMN CRANBERRY JUICE.


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BobbybroccoliBobbybroccoli

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Random, humorous, what's not to like?

As most people on the internet are aware, randomness is a widely accepted component in most forms of humour nowadays.

This flash is no exception.

Using the scenario of a presumably senile old man harassing a store clerk is not the most original choice, but it works because of your fast pacing of the plot.

Jumping from one incoherent sentence to another and retaining the humour is something that takes skill, and fortunately for you that isn't a problem.

The animation required to convey your story was minimal, but the animation in this flash was smooth and clean. No hiccups as far as I could tell.

Voice acting was important for this flash, since it relied on the ramblings of an ld man, and a confused clerk. These are hard voices to convey, but you had me convinced.

Though it could have developed into something more (have McDouche berate random people on the street instead of a store clerk would have in my opinion, aided the general direction of the story) I believe you did an admirable job on this flash.


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