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An idea I've had for a while.
I suggest to use the Expand Movie option.

Enjoy.

Additional music by Kevin MacLeod of incompetech.com

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Hilarious

Awesome, I actually laughed my ass off, I didn't think I was gonna like this but obviously it's on the front for a reason.


LazyMuffin responds:

Why would you think you're not gonna like it? I thought Canadians are positive!
Thanks


Wow

No words!



Uh huh...

Several things left me breathless, in both good and bad ways. One: The fact that there is a Stripper Desktop animation craze out there just goes to show how many people aren't thinking with the head on their shoulders... much. Two: The stripper isn't all there in the head... the guy does have other stuff to do other than touch his special place. Three: The guy is obviously not of any Hispanic heritage, meaning the stripper's been seeing other people (have to love IP Addresses). Four: When he clicked the dead body of the stripper, it brought back a couple scenes from a horror movie, I believe most everyone remembers the Pulse movies. Five: In regards to statements three and four, then that means that the Stripper is a virus, and, because of IP Addresses, it has probably spread a bit of a ways. This is my take on it, animation was flawless, and the deep thought into making this gets this a 10, even though the artworks isn't up to par to what most of us are used to, but hey, it's better than watching Nyan Cat.


LazyMuffin responds:

Interesting! also silly, but interesting!


Really funny video. Liked the end.



the end was pretty.......creepy o.o

id shit myself if i had a desktop stripper that did that o.O


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Votes
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Score
4.46 / 5.00

Uploaded
Nov 2, 2011
1:52 PM EDT
Genre
Comedy - Original
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