Bumble Bee

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This is something I threw together this afternoon. Things have kind of been slow since I can't access my Newgrounds e-mail so I thought I'd make a silly flash video. Sorry if the lip syncing isn't perfect.

Slow computer users may want to try watching in medium or low quality.

UPDATE 11/19/01: Some people are obviously not to smart and are getting offended or upset by my singing cast in this movie. So for those of you who have no sense of humor, and are complete morons, check out this website to see where I got my attractive cast members - http://www.distefano.com





Looks like as much effort went into this as my "Pop Up Party". Click on the banner with sluts FUCKING DOGS AND LIONS to Support NG, YEAH! Remember kids, Beastiality is only funny when it's a flash movie.

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doop dee doop dee doo da da

They sure seem happy for dead people with wigs on

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eh, er, no.

That was crazy-whack-freaky. Wasn't really impressed. It sounded good, but I got bored. I can find something better to do with my time. And that really bugs me that it got "Today's Feature"

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WadeFulp responds:

Shows how much crap is being submitted ot the portal lately if I can get #1. This was just a silly fun movie. I wasn't trying to get the #1 spot. Oh well.

good for the first 20 seconds

then it got really boring, because it was all the same. nothing changed at all, the mouths moved, the bumble bee buzzed around, the flowers bounced, the sun rotated, and that other mummy thing came in and out. not much to see. the only real thing that was good was the shock value of having the mummys pop up and sing the song. other than that, it was boring.

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2.91 / 5.00

Nov 15, 2001
4:04 PM EST
Music Video
  • Daily Feature November 16, 2001