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Aug 6, 2012 | 10:37 AM EDT

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My first full toon in almost a year! I've been making stupid Dawn of Awesome stuff on Youtube but haven't made any real animation with SRM and Mel in a long time. I started it in April, but stopped after a month of work then picked it back up about 3 months later. Frame by frame animation can be exhausting like that!

I made this toon since I wanted to use my favorite characters again. I also wanted to explore the phenomena that surrounds colorful cartoons for little girls, and the grown men who watch them.

Anyway, hope you enjoy the toon!



Rated 0 / 5 stars

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

This is a true story of how most of us become bronies, and at a realistic speed of a short period of a single episode. Fitting flash.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I liked the over all theme of this flash. My Little Hoagie is contagious like the real world counterpart of My Little Pony. This flash about summarizes what happens to an individual if they have witnessed an episode. I didn't really like the art style though. I'm not sure why, it just bugs me. Effects were pretty decent and everything flowed together. There's not much to criticize you on this (if any). I personally like the show, but I felt a little left out, lol. I mean, I'm a pegasister, and how would that term work in that alternate universe. lol! xD Still, I noticed you stopped posting as much as you used too. Please don't leave new grounds just yet! It may be boring and annoying, but it's your fans that want you here. Please don't let us down! Make more flashes! ^_^


Rated 4 / 5 stars

It has been a long time since you last made something on Newgrounds. Glad to see you are still at it, since you are one of my favorite animators on Newgrounds. Good animation and all that, but why hoagies?

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Rated 0 / 5 stars

gay ass pounding movie fo fucck yourself dude better yet go hand yourself!!!!!!

Battosai810 responds:

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A baby born with Fetal Alcohol Syndrome can have serious handicaps and therefore could require a lifetime of special care. There is even some research that indicates that women who plan to get pregnant should stop drinking before they even conceive.

Potential Problems

For those who might think drinking during pregnancy is no big deal, here is a list of the potential problems their newborns could be facing as a result, according to Missouri Department of Mental Health, Division of Alcohol and Drug Abuse:
Small body size and weight
Slower than normal development and failure to "catch up."
Deformed ribs and sternum
Curved spine and hip dislocations
Bent, fused, webbed, or missing fingers or toes
Limited movement of joints
Small head
Facial abnormalities
Small eye openings
Skin webbing between eyes and base of nose
Drooping eyelids
Failure of eyes to move in same direction
Short upturned nose
Sunken nasal bridge
Flat or absent groove between nose and upper lip
Thin upper lip
Opening in roof of mouth
Small jaw
Low-set or poorly formed ears
Organ deformities
Heart defects or heart murmurs
Genital malformations
Kidney and urinary defects
Central nervous system handicaps
Small brain
Faulty arrangement of brain cells and connective tissue
Mental retardation -- occasionally severe
Learning disabilities
Short attention span
Irritability in infancy
Hyperactivity in childhood
Poor body, hand, and finger coordination
Permanent Effects

No, it's not a pretty picture, but it is not intended to be. It's very serious. These effects are not temporary; they can cause a lifetime of physical and emotional pain --not to mention expense. FAS is a large price to pay for a few drinks during pregnancy.
If you are pregnant, don't take a chance with your baby's future; stop drinking immediately. If you have tried to stop and find that you just cannot seem to give it up, help and support are available.

If you are pregnant and drinking, your unborn child is not the only one at risk. Research shows that women who drink face more health problems than men who drink the same amount.

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