One point two thousand? It's either one thousand, two hundred or twelve hundred. Good, smooth flash however.
Quickdraw94, I hope your friend is joking.
We didn't evolve from monkeys, we evolved from a common ancestor. There are still monkeys for the same reason there are still horses, trees, lions etc. They are very well suited to their environment.
There is no such thing as a half-evolved animal. Every lifeform is the result of a very long line of evolutionary changes.
Think of a tree; we are a branch on one side, primates on the other. Somewhere down the line there is a joint or trunk that we have in common.
Besides, even if we DID evolve from monkeys, the question becomes; 'If something evolves, does the original which it evolves from die out?' The answer to this is no. The original only dies out if the conditions change enough for it to be unable to survive.
I guess someone asking this question may be questioning evolution itself.
You must have a firm understanding of a subject before attempting to call a flaw from it.
Now, moving on to the Flash.
I'm usually not fond of these types of animations, ones that suffer from poor audio quality or skill and don't make it a point of humor. However, the script is quite funny, and the 'chav' voice lends itself well. This makes this Flash plenary with this style of comedy. I'm going to surmise that it's actually well made.
It's not 626
Actually, it's 616, accredited to poor early translation. The early Church father Irenaeus knew several occurrences of the 616-variant but regarded them as a scribal error and affirmed that the number 666 stood "in all the most approved and ancient copies". The number 666 standing as it was due to the number 7 being the perfect number, and Lucifer would forever be a 6, no matter how many 6's he would use.
That's neither here nor there though.
This flash, as most people have said, is made by the brilliant voice acting. The story, though sometimes forced, is great too.
This is really, albeit unintentionally, funny.
I think you have quite a cute character here, the so called 'Stretch'.
Try improving the length, graphics and throw in some sound effects.
Also, it happens all so fast, so maybe slow down the characters reaction times or some-such.
Thanks for using my song, and here's to getting better at what you do!
I think what makes this so funny is the generic 'punching woosh' sounds of the bread and fish. Such an amateurish ending to something that seems so deep and thought-provoking is hilarious.
I just spat my food out everywhere.
Yeah, great stuff man.
If you're going to be using this intro, may I suggest that at the end, when it says, 'So what are you waiting for, so go save her!', to remove the second 'so' as it is unnecessary and doesn't make sense. A tiny thing, but one that will make the intro perfect!
Poor Dr. Fetus...
I haven't laughed that hard in a long time.
The yellow man and the unicorns were by far the best.
Just saw that you used my song in your flash, but I guess you cut it out with the fight scenes. Oh well, I'm still honoured you chose my song.
Very funny flash, well put together and so true!
Keep it up.
Sorry I couldn't use more of your song, but I was short on time and if I had another week or two to spend I could have fit more of it in.
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