Happy Tree Friends

Discussion in 'Community' started by iriejedi, Feb 2, 2005.

  1. iriejedi macrumors 6502a

    iriejedi

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    Hi Everyone -

    If you like Ren and Stimpy and you love Itchy and Scratchy....... :p

    well you have to check out....

    www.happytreefriends.com

    Twisted, but as my wife said - disguistingly cute.

    Enjoy!

    Irie

    Edit: I know it is old - but I heard an interview with a creator and his mom on KFOG 104.5 San Francisco - he never told his mom what he did and they 'watched' and episode together - the interview and the story were so funny I had to look.... I'm hooked - 3 DVDs and a ton of laughs!
     
  2. Thomas Veil macrumors 68020

    Thomas Veil

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    Heh. That's actually been around a while -- but yes, definitely sick.
     
  3. brap macrumors 68000

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    Someone mentioned this and I meant to check it out. Never got around to it.

    This is my new favourite thing...
     
  4. themadchemist macrumors 68030

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    Happy Tree Friends is great...I found it a few years ago and then forgot about it. Last year, my (then) 9-year-old brother reintroduced me to it...I was more than a little disturbed that he'd found his way to such a site, but we watched it together and laughed. The Vietnam vet is perhaps the best character.
     
  5. Doctor Q Administrator

    Doctor Q

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    If you wait through the credits, you get a helpful message at the end of each delightful cartoon.
     
  6. iriejedi thread starter macrumors 6502a

    iriejedi

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    True

    Yes these little nugets of wisdom are worth the pain suffered by the little characters. I think these should be the new generation of saftey films for our elementry school kids.

    PS - I like Handy - the no arm construction worker squirrle. Given my self imposed injury list :eek: - that little guy really pulls at my heart strings
     

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