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one girls mad plight against her addiction.
i'm gonna make this into a rad new series :))))
support would be nice :)
WOOOOOO THANKS FOR FRONT PAGE :)
I could be her friend... I'd buy her chocolate. This was funny. Reminded me of some of the weird cartoons they used to show on Night Flight.
dude,what the fucking hell was that..?
interesting but the guy looked like dexter (all grown up) from dexters lab when he first showed up with the gloves the sound and animation was a bit rough with some work it could be a good show
This is pretty funny and pretty well done. I would love to see the seiries.
Holy shit, Reno and Elena!
What, hasn't anybody ever played Final Fantasy VII?
Back to the review: Eightsquare composed a cartoon about addiction and inner turmoil devolving into psychosis. And it's colorful.
Esther loves a good chocolate bar, but remember that cacao products contain caffeine, a stimulant and diuretic that humanity happens to utterly rely upon, being completely fucking addicted to everything nowadays. The Straight-Edge types have gone unheard long enough, because the crisis of conscience that Esther's co-worker rouses within her ought to be a wake-up call. A silly wake-up call, but a wake-up call.
Kudos to Eightsquare's hopes of launching a series with "Fuzzy Toilet Seat", a phrase with its own tongue-in-cheek imagery (although let's be frank: isn't it nice to sit on something that isn't a conductor of cold temperature every once in a while?), because the production values here don't disappoint. It's also one of the goofiest things I've seen in a while, and it put a smile on my face. It is a comic send-up of everyone's battle against an addiction, dependency, or vice. It can drive one crazy, which is why buddy system-based twelve-step programs remain popular even today. Though I could advise "progress, not perfection" to our feisty little heroine, it would appear that Esther has truly gone off the deep end.
All I can say is I'm glad to have switched to decaf years ago and stayed there. "Fuzzy Toilet Seat" is a worthy front page entry, though the voice-overs should not be so muffled. That will improve in future installments. I hope.
A short film about a park bench
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