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Pulch: The Good Times

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Finally a new cartoon eh? Well I've had loads of stuff going on since last I contributed to newgrounds and stuff is still going on. I'm so very tired right now. I hope you like this it took me so long to do.

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what?

could someone please tell me what it is about?



ah good times

what more needs saying?



Awesome, open-ended, and I'll never find out why.

Too cool. Here's what I gather: The pulch looks unmistakably like testicles. Is the cartoon about masturbation? (I know I won't get an answer). Masturbation would fit in with the feminine REASSURING ARM that HELPS OUT WHEN THINGS GET TOUGH. The pros will tell you that the fun is over when you climax, so is THE TRICK IS IN THE TIMING a reference to "riding the wave" when you're maintaining an erection but not getting off?

The collapse and spill of the pulch - could that be a reference to losing the erection and the discharge of cowper's fluid that follows?

I want to say that Luxembourg has to do with the human brain, but he just doesn't look it. He did seem to do a lot of thinking for the other characters.

I guess we'll never know, will we? :) Keep up the good work. I'm envious of the full spectrum of your synapses.


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hmmm... sorry but you had better ones

david... i like all your movies, i like your style und your brilliant humor... but.... what is this?? the only passages i laughed were the thing with luxembourg and the arm and the strange man with one eyebrow in pockleton... there was a too glib and superficial... you know, too many people and .... is just wasn't funny like your other submissions

firth i love you but you have hurt me with this :(

style and music were great ;-)



Nice work

It was a nice work, a bit odd but sweet


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4.28 / 5.00

Uploaded
Sep 9, 2006
10:14 PM EDT
Genre
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