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.


That was good...

It was a different approach to your usual flash animations but definitely reminded me of your Fat Pie episodes. It's good that you're still suprising people and willing to do different things. It would be good if you could do more longer length animations like this one, I don't mind waiting if they're all of this standard. Nice work!

Very Entertaining!

Mr Firth, you never fail to please! To be honest I'd find it difficult to come up with the shear randomness and obscure little gems that you seem to conjure up so effortlessly! Good work, keep em' coming!

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That was really good. I'm a huge fan of salad fingers and could tell right away this was your work, david. Keep it up man, you've got talent!

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Just before the deluge of "Stick to Salad Fingers" begins, i'd like to congratulate you on your best work so far. Sure, it doesn't have the freaky music, but it's exceptionally.. well.. David Firth. There should be much more plentifulness of David Firth-iness in everyones' life, let's put it that way.

Keep up the excellent, excellent work.

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Well done. That was quite funny and the sound was clear.

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4.33 / 5.00

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