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The Child That Smelt Odd

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The real title should be "The Child That Smelt Funny" but it wouldn't fit.

Alright people here's a rather long one for you (don't complain it was orignally much longer) it's not a dark nasty one so don't expect to feel ill or uncomfortable. Yes the character as the start is Jim, I used him because I recently scrapped Fat-Pie 4 (I hated it!) and disappointed a few people so I thought I'd put him in his first Flash. Anyway all I can say is that it's long, my longest flash yet. Enjoy it.

Thanks to Afro_Ninja for the actionscript help.

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SHIT FLAP!

Seriously, this is an underrated classic. The way people get up-in-arms about blaming the media for people doing stupid things is ridiculous. We are all responsible for our own actions.

davids sense of dystopian surrealist humour never dies

Speechless.

An all time favorite of mine. I thought I'd come watch it again for ole nostalgia's sake. I was pretty young when I watched this so it was just mere comedy to me. Like, Jaykboy, below me said. This flash essentially nails what South Park strictly portrays one satirical episode after another. This is an excellent flash amongst many of your others, Doki! Whatever else you throw out there, Mr Firth, I'll be watching it.

I watched this ages ago, when I was a much younger lad, and thus I didn't really appreciate the surrealist humor you appear to be so fond of in a lot of your work. Now, at age eighteen, this Flash reminds me a lot of South Park: satire in the form of practically brain-dead adults and children who have matured way too fast for their own good. The added bonus, of course, being the soothing British accents (yeah, I know - I'm a bit of an ass-kisser)!

All in all, kudos on your brilliantly silly cartoon, Doki! :D

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Uploaded
Apr 8, 2005
10:05 AM EDT
Genre
Comedy - Original
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