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Offline Asia Kali Yusufzai

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Furry Animation
« on: June 15, 2009, 12:53:37 AM »
Here's a nice fun new animation on Aniboom youtube channel. very cute and I like the use of which animals play which parts.


Also I dont know who made that animation but, if anyone hasnt watched Tirrel's animations (aka Cerberus), you seriously should.
Here are my favourites


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LZE_zHwrALE (Embedding disabled, limit reached)

Some of the animations I havent mentioned are really quite violent so if you want them, then look for them. I just wont be putting them on this particular site since I dont wont to infringe on a rule or anything.
« Last Edit: June 15, 2009, 01:09:20 AM by AsiaBunny »
"Parents always think kids are wasting their youth, and always have done [so] down through the millennia," says Tom Forsyth of RAD Game Tools. "'That Ug, always holding things. His front paws will develop in funny ways. Why can't he walk on all fours like normal proto-hominids?' And so, whatever the kids spend the most time doing, that's always what parents think is a waste of time, and what is corrupting their lives. It doesn't matter what that is. If all they did was homework, parents would be worrying that their kids aren't becoming well-rounded people. And, in fact, parents do this - enrolling math nerds in karate classes and the like. There is no way to win - parental paranoia ensures that kids are always doing the wrong thing."


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