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Purely a personal project about internet jokes making their way into my life at inappropriate times. The character (Reynold Dunbar) is based off of a couple of kids from our school. If you're somehow offended by this, you might be a part of the problem.

Long story short, if you're using over 9000 in real life nobody knows what you are talking about and you look like a dick in front of everyone.

Animated by Brandon Denney
Joust logo by Ivan Betancourt
Vocal Talents by Sean Drennen
Reynold's Theme by Jonathan Pfahl

^Collectively known as Joust Animations. See credits for more information.


Truely, aren't we the aliens...?

Nerds love aliens.

But aliens don't love nerds. Honestly, Chuck Norris euphemisms make me want to destroy downtown, too.

I liked it becuase

I am the kid in the animation.
The alien is everyone i have ever met.
Awesome ending.
The microbe part was kind of wierd tho


God I effin hate it when pointless internet jokes mess up a perfectly good- PINGAS!...really? (XD)

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Nice fuckin job humanity.

You ruined it for everyone.

Also, nice use of Garageband for some of the music.

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My God

Thank you so much for making this. I've had a bit too many experiences with the type of people that Reynold portrays; once somebody actually blurted out Over 9000 loudly for the whole classroom to hear (I'll never forget that). As much as I hate using this phrase, it was very true. Using phrases like those irl only succeeds in making you a complete moron.

Ying-yong responds:

Thank you very much, I'm glad you completely "got the point." Fags like this are everywhere.

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3.37 / 5.00

Jan 24, 2010
7:45 PM EST
Comedy - Original