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The silk industry is developed in a struggle between a worm and a man in this episode of Mythtory of the World!
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Never knew Yen was China's currency.
I was very sure the Yen was JAPANS Currency.
Why are they using Yen as currency in China in this animation? xD
I loved this though. <3
No wait! I did some research on this...the Chinese also use the yuan sign for their currency, the renminbi. It's sort of like how the Canadians use the same dollar sign as the US. Take a look: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Renminbi
You do know Yen is Japanese currency, right?
I already responded to this comment a few pages back. The Yuan symbol is used for more than just the Japanese Yen...
Nice nice really nice it is nice to see process of producing silk from cocoons has been shown in this warm comedic way even thou the actual process is... lets say a little different (They take the cocoons and boil them alive with whatever inside to neutrolise the glue that sticks the silk and produce threads of silk that is from what i have seen is silk production in a nutshell you udge how "different" it is .
It's hard to write (as far as you are my favorite artist on the newgrounds) but you have to grow. Your pencilmation and Hank were trully brilliant. You kept your drawing line but without a pencil it's just quite simple animation. Too prolonged for that % of humor that it contains. Still clever, sound improved, but all the mythtory lacks action.
Blue Pencilmate meets Red Pencilmate, but things don't go so well...
While taking the day off work, Lloyd and Glynis take in a movie
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