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[challenge entry] More childhood memories destroyed.

Not now Parker

From the Kids TV from the Planet Wrong challenge. See all 584 entries (closed)

(, Tue 8 Jun 2004, 13:38, archived)
# hahahahah
no no no no!!
(, Tue 8 Jun 2004, 13:39, archived)
# hahahaha!
"Shall I launch Thunderbird 6, M'Lady?"
"Not up there, Parker."

Just noticed the knickers. This has got to win.
(, Tue 8 Jun 2004, 13:39, archived)
# Arf!
Woo to you!
(, Tue 8 Jun 2004, 13:40, archived)
# Woo
That's F.A.B.
(, Tue 8 Jun 2004, 13:40, archived)
# Oh dear!!
TJ: Cute, yet not fluffy. Yeah, I thought how could to be too.

Awww, baby Hippos.

Its better if you resize it.
(, Tue 8 Jun 2004, 13:41, archived)
# Fart joke coming,
I think.
(, Tue 8 Jun 2004, 13:43, archived)
# I was thinking of animating it along those lines.
But I'm a very lazy man.
(, Tue 8 Jun 2004, 13:43, archived)
# brill
yant
(, Tue 8 Jun 2004, 13:43, archived)
# hahaha bad image to have
but woo!
(, Tue 8 Jun 2004, 13:47, archived)
# Ooh, an FP.
Ta very muchly. :)
(, Tue 8 Jun 2004, 13:48, archived)
# Winner!
Brilliant. Quite brilliant.
(, Tue 8 Jun 2004, 13:55, archived)
# That is possibly the
best thing I have ever seen. I shall throw away my eyeballs now as anything else would be an anticlimax. WYH.
(, Tue 8 Jun 2004, 14:00, archived)
# fwoar!!!!
Is tracey island really a cover for Hedonism III?
Should I take copious amounts of kleenex to the cinema when it cum's out this summer?

ps. If this doesn't win i'll wank in my own hat, and yours too!
(, Tue 8 Jun 2004, 14:09, archived)
# I wouldn't bother
as a) the main character is Brains's son. His SON, which implies that at some stage there was a woman gimp enough to have sex with him (unless he paid).

and b) it will suck the big one. And blow, as well.
(, Tue 8 Jun 2004, 16:36, archived)
# In the interests of true geekiness
can I point out that, according to the movie, Thunderbird 6 was a Tiger Moth! Still bloody funny.
(, Tue 8 Jun 2004, 18:35, archived)
# I wonder
if it raised as much a flutter as TB6?!
(, Tue 8 Jun 2004, 19:18, archived)