|phalsebob - 2010-03-23 |
He's thinking about all those Japanese sailors he saw burning alive that one time in the Pacific. No one really liked Jack.
|Jet Bin Fever - 2010-03-23 |
The laugh gets progressively worse as it winds down. Dear god.
|William Burns - 2010-03-23 |
I've seen this creepy doll in real life. Small world.
|The Mothership - 2010-03-23 |
Oh man, 1:04: loose eyes randomly fixing on where the camera is, or something more sinister?
A man's soul, trapped forever inside a laughing puppet.
|BHWW - 2010-03-23 |
I don't know, after awhile it becomes infectious...haa haa oooooh hoo hoo haa haa haa haa haaa haaa Haaaa HAAAA HAAAAAA OOOH HUUUH HUUUUH HUH AHUM HOOO HOOO HAAAAAAA HAAAAA AH-HAAHAAA WOOHOOOO AHHH-HAAAHAAAA OOOOH HOOO HOOO HAAAAHAAAAA AAAAAH-HAAAHAAA HAAAAA
|dementomstie - 2010-03-23 |
I can't even click the play button, I'm too creeped out by the preview image. There was a ventriloquist dummy dressed as a boyscout in one of the buildings at my college for a while, I always avoided that hallway if I could, even though it usually meant a detour of at least 2 minutes. And that thing was just stationary.
|MagickPoultry - 2010-03-23 |
This was, by far, my favorite thing during my trip to San Francisco. At the "Musee Mecanique", there were also mechanical execution dioramas that were pretty sweet.
|cognitivedissonance - 2010-03-23 |
25 cents? When this thing was made, that would've been like a day's wages!
|Influence Device TIMR - 2010-03-24 |
why do you pricks keep doing this to me
|Chibisuke - 2010-03-24 |
At some points, it almost sounds like it actually wants to cry.
|Hammer Falls - 2010-03-24 |
Anyone want to explain the origin, or even reason, for these amusingly evil creations?
He was built to serve as a mate for Laughing Sal
Thanks, Syd. Though, I believe he can do better.
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