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And of course the creator has a fucking deviantART page.
Your attention may first be drawn to the Chubby Sailor Moon, but I feel like we should look at this drawing.
http://emezie.deviantart.com/art/The-Chubby-Mermaid-364365800< br />
Just something about seeing these characters in full size (no pun intended).
How the fuck did that < br /> tag get there.
It's poetv's way of using html to tell you that you done broke it.
Actually it's just the unique length of your url and poetv's need of putting in a break tag when the string of characters get too long. Sometimes when you get it just right, you can trick the site into bolding your text.
Here, let me try:
I have no idea whether or not that worked. The string either needs to be 64 characters long or 62. Ask Bort, he was the first one to figure this out.
Ah, thank you. That also explains the spaces that show up in URLs a lot of the time.
I think the sequence goes like this:
1) Carriage returns are turned into BR tags at the end of a line.
2) Spaces are inserted every 64 characters (like, after the 64th character) if there's not a word break.
So if you have a line that's 62 chars long with no word breaks, a space will be inserted after the "B" in the auto-inserted "BR", and make it look like a bold tag.
So if I do this:
Perhaps this line will be bold.
way to go
The music is worthy of a "what hell sounds like" tag as far as I'm concerned.
I wish I could blame finding this on your guys like I normally do when shit like this pops up on my YouTube feeds, but no. This is actually a YouTube 'featured' video.
Someone actually thought a video where a fat mermaid sets a girl's vagina on fireshould be a front page special.
Well, it's not entirely an MS Paint animation as you can clearly see the leftover sketches where they didn't quite finish cleaning things up at certain parts.
That being said, it saddens me a bit every time I see little things like this from people who have the aspirations to create something but unfortunately spent their learning years watching nothing but anime and are unable to regurgitate anything else.
Also, this is some of the most unlistenable music I've sat through in a long time. I say this as someone who can listen to Double Fantasy in it's entirety without skipping any tracks or killing myself.
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