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Tootsie Roll Pop Parody

rated 3.38 / 5 stars
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Aug 18, 2004 | 3:19 AM EDT

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The old 1960s (or 70s?... 80s?) Tootsie Roll Pop commercial, with a terrible twist. Another animation brought to you by Happy Little Lemon Productions.

created by Aaron Gelineau, Mike Caldwell



Rated 4 / 5 stars

God, you're sadistic!

Nice moral though!


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Would be Nice to Have a Replay.

I loved it. Really funny, but when you press 'replay' it just shows the credits again *shrugs* sooo I think the replay button might not be operational. Just thought you'd want to know.

LordLothlorien responds:

Holy shit, you're right. Thanks, I'll get that fixed as soon as I unzip the... what, 2 year old file? Oh boy... if I find it, I think someone should give me a monetary prize.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

I wish this was Spinal Tap

Ahhh, So Nostalgic. Pretty Funny! I laughed, HARD!!! Keep up the good work!!!!!!

LordLothlorien responds:

Thank you for you review. Forgive the lateness of my reply.

Alex Trebek


Rated 5 / 5 stars

that was pretty cool man

i think that you made the tootsie roll company fall to their knees with that one i mean wtf some dude asking some turtle fuck how many licks it takes to get to the center of a lollipop its a fuckin turtle for christ's sake anyways i think that was cool

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LordLothlorien responds:

You know what, I didn't realize it until you mentioned it, but I SHOULD be outraged at the commercial. I mean, at the time we animated it, I figured it was just a simple way to make fun of that silly ad. But, now you've made me realize my true and deep hatred for it. I am so going to set fire to something. THANK you.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Cracking up the whole time!

That was awesome! It looked just like the kid in the commercial!

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LordLothlorien responds:

I'll let you in on a little secret: if you put a jpg on a seperate layer, you can trace it quite accurately. ;)