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charredenay

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Date Signed Up:3/11/2013
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#1 - Now we need Nick dressed as Anna. Because reasons.  [+] (6 new replies) 04/24/2016 on frozen topia +6
#9 - anon (04/24/2016) [-]
He has the hair color right... fuck, my head!
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#2 - strangesir (04/24/2016) [-]
No we don't
Fuck, what's the image of the guy with his hands pushing outward with a "no thanks" face?
#6 - landartheconqueror (04/24/2016) [-]
literally just typed "no thanks meme"
#12 - strangesir (04/24/2016) [-]
THAT'S THE SAME THING I DID
That just proves I didn't fucking look hard enough.
Now I feel like a total dipshit. a-again
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#3 - charredenay (04/24/2016) [-]
Are you asking me? Cause I have no idea what meme you want to use.
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#5 - strangesir (04/24/2016) [-]
Partly. I tried searching for it but no luck.
#21 - Picture  [+] (1 new reply) 04/23/2016 on Living the dream 0
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#22 - ltbuttstrong (04/23/2016) [-]
Thanks bud
#78 - Comment deleted  [+] (2 new replies) 04/22/2016 on GreenTeaNeko +4
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#9 - Degenerates! Eating ice-cream from a cone with a spoon! Despicable! 04/22/2016 on Smooth criminal +1
#14 - Not even good bait anymore. 04/22/2016 on Funny boxes -1
#20 - Well, you are entitled to your opinion. I'm just sorry that it…  [+] (1 new reply) 04/22/2016 on The ol' sunglasses trick +14
#26 - shadowbndg (04/22/2016) [-]
Yes I did you dick weasel.
#19 - Okay now you're giving me some stuff I actually remember. Yeah…  [+] (1 new reply) 04/22/2016 on A wonderful gift -1
#20 - msamnesia (04/22/2016) [-]
Yup. I remember lots of dark stuff as a kid.
But even so, the things kids watch now a days a shock collar is usually used as a joke. You see the stuff in their cartoons thst the original plot for zootopia was regular child's play. I judt wish disney would get back to the old way they used to do movies, where it was really entertaining for the whole family. A lot of Disney movies now are dumbed down for 6 years olds. I remember watching toy Story ad a kid, loving it, then as an adult re watch it and get all the dirty jokes I missed as a kid
#17 - Haven't seen it. You mean The Secret of NIMH right? Read the p…  [+] (3 new replies) 04/22/2016 on A wonderful gift -1
#18 - msamnesia (04/22/2016) [-]
Watch it.
Because honestly it's equally dark as "shock collars for predators"
Or Watership down if you want something else.
Who framed Roger rabit.
Cool town

I can go on, but you seem to have your mind set that the only dark cartoon in all of existence is zootopia original plotline.
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#19 - charredenay (04/22/2016) [-]
Okay now you're giving me some stuff I actually remember. Yeah, Watership Down definitely qualifies as dark, maybe a little on Who Framed Roger Rabbit.
To be fair, hard to judge something based on plot summaries off of wikipedia. And I didn't say it was the only dark cartoon, just that dark cartoons are generally not for kids.
And wow, how did Watership Down get a PG rating?
#20 - msamnesia (04/22/2016) [-]
Yup. I remember lots of dark stuff as a kid.
But even so, the things kids watch now a days a shock collar is usually used as a joke. You see the stuff in their cartoons thst the original plot for zootopia was regular child's play. I judt wish disney would get back to the old way they used to do movies, where it was really entertaining for the whole family. A lot of Disney movies now are dumbed down for 6 years olds. I remember watching toy Story ad a kid, loving it, then as an adult re watch it and get all the dirty jokes I missed as a kid
#14 - I'm not going to get into a whole "thing" about this…  [+] (5 new replies) 04/22/2016 on A wonderful gift -1
#15 - msamnesia (04/22/2016) [-]
Rats of Nimh was a dark af movie
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#17 - charredenay (04/22/2016) [-]
Haven't seen it. You mean The Secret of NIMH right? Read the plot summary. Doesn't sound particularly dark, lots of death and violence sure, but dark? I don't know how to explain the difference but it is a huge difference.
#18 - msamnesia (04/22/2016) [-]
Watch it.
Because honestly it's equally dark as "shock collars for predators"
Or Watership down if you want something else.
Who framed Roger rabit.
Cool town

I can go on, but you seem to have your mind set that the only dark cartoon in all of existence is zootopia original plotline.
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#19 - charredenay (04/22/2016) [-]
Okay now you're giving me some stuff I actually remember. Yeah, Watership Down definitely qualifies as dark, maybe a little on Who Framed Roger Rabbit.
To be fair, hard to judge something based on plot summaries off of wikipedia. And I didn't say it was the only dark cartoon, just that dark cartoons are generally not for kids.
And wow, how did Watership Down get a PG rating?
#20 - msamnesia (04/22/2016) [-]
Yup. I remember lots of dark stuff as a kid.
But even so, the things kids watch now a days a shock collar is usually used as a joke. You see the stuff in their cartoons thst the original plot for zootopia was regular child's play. I judt wish disney would get back to the old way they used to do movies, where it was really entertaining for the whole family. A lot of Disney movies now are dumbed down for 6 years olds. I remember watching toy Story ad a kid, loving it, then as an adult re watch it and get all the dirty jokes I missed as a kid
#12 - Eh, Pinnocio was only dark if you spent a lot of time thinking…  [+] (7 new replies) 04/22/2016 on A wonderful gift +3
#13 - msamnesia (04/22/2016) [-]
I know the original plans.

And let's kotatsu forget lion King okay. Talk about deep impressions of crying
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#14 - charredenay (04/22/2016) [-]
I'm not going to get into a whole "thing" about this, but you're mentioning movies with sad stuff or adult humor but nothing inherently "dark".
#15 - msamnesia (04/22/2016) [-]
Rats of Nimh was a dark af movie
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#17 - charredenay (04/22/2016) [-]
Haven't seen it. You mean The Secret of NIMH right? Read the plot summary. Doesn't sound particularly dark, lots of death and violence sure, but dark? I don't know how to explain the difference but it is a huge difference.
#18 - msamnesia (04/22/2016) [-]
Watch it.
Because honestly it's equally dark as "shock collars for predators"
Or Watership down if you want something else.
Who framed Roger rabit.
Cool town

I can go on, but you seem to have your mind set that the only dark cartoon in all of existence is zootopia original plotline.
User avatar
#19 - charredenay (04/22/2016) [-]
Okay now you're giving me some stuff I actually remember. Yeah, Watership Down definitely qualifies as dark, maybe a little on Who Framed Roger Rabbit.
To be fair, hard to judge something based on plot summaries off of wikipedia. And I didn't say it was the only dark cartoon, just that dark cartoons are generally not for kids.
And wow, how did Watership Down get a PG rating?
#20 - msamnesia (04/22/2016) [-]
Yup. I remember lots of dark stuff as a kid.
But even so, the things kids watch now a days a shock collar is usually used as a joke. You see the stuff in their cartoons thst the original plot for zootopia was regular child's play. I judt wish disney would get back to the old way they used to do movies, where it was really entertaining for the whole family. A lot of Disney movies now are dumbed down for 6 years olds. I remember watching toy Story ad a kid, loving it, then as an adult re watch it and get all the dirty jokes I missed as a kid