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Nov 2, 2011 | 1:52 PM EDT
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  • Daily Feature November 3, 2011

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An idea I've had for a while.
I suggest to use the Expand Movie option.


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Rated 5 / 5 stars November 3, 2011


Is it me or did Lazy & The Stripper have english/american accents when Zachary had a mexican one?


Rated 5 / 5 stars November 3, 2011

Man I started to feel sorry for that stripper

but then she spammed the computer. Don't spam! I hate spam!


Rated 5 / 5 stars November 3, 2011


lol! That was so unexpected.... so cruel!!!!

I'm laughing a lot. Thanks for this video!


Rated 5 / 5 stars November 3, 2011

Hello! Papa

1940's Germany ):
Hi Teacher, this upcoming document is for YOUR EYES ONLY. I hope this will be graded positively since I put A TON of effort into it. Anyways, during the 1940's Germany's on-going infestation continued to grow, reachnong spooky new heights. But a solution was on it's way. A wee young lad by the name of Adolf 'Gotcha' Hitler decided he's the one who has to take car of this 'Jew-festation'.

Adolf Hitler's first book raised many eyebrows and was well recieved by Hospital nurses and their pets. "How to look surprised" was released in 1936. His second book explained in great detail what actions are needed to be taken in order to get Germany back on it's feet. It was called "Mein Crumbs" and it was an absolute failure, seeing as Germany was not suffering from any sort of crumb-related crysis at the time.

Thusly, here are some pictures of where all the Germ-men soldiers kept all the Jewish folk!

*Insert Picture Here*

Why Papa, why?


Rated 5 / 5 stars November 3, 2011


Overall I thought it was amazing, and then I saw the ending. I loved the character designs and the voice acting, and etc., etc.