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Desc:Didn't turn out as well as I wanted it to, but I decided I should go ahead and still upload it. c:
Category:Accidents & Explosions
Tags:furry, Africa, toto, moans of the dying, dunning-kruger effect
Submitted:Old_Zircon
Date:10/21/15
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Raggamuffin - 2015-10-21
nailed it
RedRust - 2015-10-21
One time we had a psychopath stay at our place. We were doing Karaoke, and he chose this song. He was so into it; must've brought out the nostalgia...
Old_Zircon - 2015-10-21
The rest of the channel is mostly cat videos. They are pretty cute cats.

The related videos lead to a second channel that's full of kids with emo hair and tails talking to each other as their fursonas and using internet acronyms in conversational speech, though.

In case you were wondering about the "furry" tag.
Old_Zircon - 2015-10-21
In final analysis, this video is only two or three clicks away from Homestuck fandom.

That guy - 2015-10-21
can't tell if hipster
Old_Zircon - 2015-10-21
Look at the related videos.

Old_Zircon - 2015-10-21
Not hipsters. Homestuck cosplayers.

That guy - 2015-10-21
I just remembered that as a kid I made a fake radio show tape with a microphone and a cassette deck that could record off of the radio. I made Toto's Africa the only song that the fake station played. I was like 10, and I remember neither loving or hating the song, but it was on heavy rotation so I knew I could just plug it in every time I needed it.

I'd kill to still have that tape. It was a masterpiece.

Needtodestroy - 2015-10-21
We all have one of those tapes. Mine included Ray Parker Jr.'s "Jamie" on constant rotation.

I too would kill for those tapes.

It would be nice to have all of those on one place earnestly mixed on a podcast.

jangbones - 2015-10-21
this was not a good decision, Caitlynn
15th - 2015-10-21
Kudos on the mixing, she sure didn't hide behind the backing track.
EvilHomer - 2015-10-22
It's better than the original.
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