If Anything Has Ever Needed a W.T.F.. dude... what? i cant believe i made front page guys, thank you so much, this is seriously first time for me, i is happy. n
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If Anything Has Ever Needed a W.T.F.

dude... what?
i cant believe i made front page guys, thank you so much, this is seriously first time for me, i is happy.

new WTF post for yall, its abit sexual but nothing horrible... sorta

www.funnyjunk.com/funny_gifs/3223084/Another+If+Anything+Ever+Needed+a+WTF/

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Submitted: 01/23/2012
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#348 - anonymous (01/23/2012) [+] (10 replies)
The foam man is us, living our everyday lives of routine and structure, until one day, this day, "today is the day", he frees his inner self; the part of him that wants to cast aside all obligation, so he can do whatever he wants. With this part of him free, his remainder - his "responsible" side - slinks away, unable to speak up against his freed impulsive side, but not without leaving a reminder of what happens to those who forsake responsibility... The little figures cut from his foot are those reminders. They stay with the impulsive side, until they become something more. They become something that can tear this impulsive person apart. They are the implications of what happens to people who lack responsibility. Longing to set things right, they plead his sensible side to return, and it does. And so our foam man learns that although it may seem glamorous to shun obligations, it comes not without consequences, and so he returns to his life, looking upon it in a new, refreshed light.

Oh, and while he was away, he gained an impressive collection of faces, clouds, and clocks, which he merrily shows off to the little reminders, which was jolly-well decent of him. Pic very much related.
#24 - thorifyer (01/23/2012) [+] (3 replies)
my brain when watching this
#333 - vixq (01/23/2012) [+] (2 replies)
#23 - zytherman (01/23/2012) [-]
I dont even know how to comment on this
I dont even know how to comment on this
#25 - lightningponie (01/23/2012) [+] (1 reply)
What?...
What?...
#276 - roflcoptersan (01/23/2012) [-]
I don't even know...
#588 - violettheory (01/24/2012) [+] (5 replies)
Kay, so I'm gonna take a whack at this instead of writing my english paper.

Okay, so the video starts with this seemingly normally shaped foam person waking up and taking a **** . He reminded himself that "today is the day" on his toiler paper, obviously premeditating this moment. After further motivating himself with a visit to a sinister looking website, he lies down, and cuts apart his center. Notice that the center, tombstone shaped, part has a facial expression, while the original foam man did not. This suggests that the foam man lived his life monotonously, perhaps with little emotion or joy, and when he cut himself apart, he essentially set free this part of him that was full of emotion, this part that was concealed by his every day persona. This emotional tombstone then goes on to indulge himself by smoking and drinking (possible something the foam man would never allow himself to do) and goes to bed.

While the foam man is somewhat fulfilled with letting his free and indulgent side to take over, he can not let it get out of control. He leaves a reminder for his tombstone thingy by taking a part of his old foam man self, and leaving it for the tombstone to find in the morning. This part of himself, when added with water, turn in to these three smaller shapes, which I believe represent responsibility, as the tombstone takes it upon himself to sleep with them to protect them (maybe?). I don't know why they went through that door, or why they grow forks, but the responsiblity simply tears apart the free and indulgent tombstone center, and the foam man is invited back to the surface, back to his reality (from sitting in the forest, still don't know why).

When he comes back, he turns into the swirly clock to turn back time, and is then seen lying on the floor, filled with the pieces of emotional side, and his responsibility, although, they don't fit him quite right, and he will never be the same D:

I don't know about the little paper people either, so there.
#490 - anonymous (01/24/2012) [-]
#593 - Bunnygoeslawl (01/24/2012) [+] (4 replies)
Alright, I'm high as **** but I think I got this after watching it 3 times. So the man is contemplating suicide, and he has a dream that when he wakes up today is his last day on earth, that everything isn't worth it anymore. He cuts himself up, resembling the parts of him that make him a Whole. He starts to realize, these parts are what made him, through the good and the bad. His spirit is gone, and he realizes life is better than death. You shouldn't give up on life, because it's so precious and valuable. At least that's my interpretation. Horse blankets.
#4 - antagonizer (01/23/2012) [+] (1 reply)
I have nothing in my reaction folder with enough magnitude to explain my reaction to whatever this is......
#527 - kgkommander (01/24/2012) [-]
uh...
uh...
#384 - kenman (01/23/2012) [-]
Makes total sense.
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