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(2003)Marrie Ecks Mus

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Its the special christmas claymation! :)
Featuring a Tom fulp Voice cameo!
Enjoy!

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Bonus Point

You get a bonus point in sound for Having Tom in it. I thought the submission was a very good one. You will find me in the hobby lobby.


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it realy has an original taste to it

it is not super funny but it has chukels
the great thing about it is it has a little clevernes to it
but all in all it just has a taste a feal of its own



good, good

like the concept,if ya had a diffrent title lke Knox's Christmas, a lot more views. btw, its good to watch these caly mobies on NG but i doubt ill buy a Knox DVD :P. ur good just not that great. no offense, u wont sale much :P. only flash dvd i bought was console wars 3d. btw, u get paid for your work or jsut another hobby?


Knox responds:

alot of people have told methey would buy a knox dvd,youre actually one of the first ones who said they wouldnt :P
thanks!


At first, one... then the other...

At first I noticed some really shitty jokes, but then it started to get funny... it was a bit of the up and down, but it was definitely worth it.



Oh, Tox is toxicbomb. I saw the Christmas tree in the thumbnail. I thought it was claymen standing on top of each other. I felt this was a little too long. It didn't seem to have enough jokes for its running time. I wish it wasn't so small.

The green background was annoying. Well, it does make it seem festive. That pizza looks like it has no cheese. Was not expecting Tom Fulp! It was once again weird to see you do normal people designs.


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Views
93,049
Votes
1,910
Score
3.82 / 5.00

Uploaded
Dec 20, 2003
12:25 PM EST
Genre
Comedy - Original
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  • Daily Feature December 21, 2003