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Desc:one of those things that unintentionally scared the pants off you as a kid
Category:Classic TV Clips, Pets & Animals
Tags:Sesame Street, dogs, william wegman, nightmare fuel
Submitted:Ludo Smell Bad
Date:04/18/10
Views:1259
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Comment count is 13
Slumgullion - 2010-04-18
Did William Wegman direct some Sesame Street bits? The dry narrative delivery on top of the baroque classical is what really tips the scales on this.
fluffy - 2010-04-19
Yes.

thebaronsdoctor - 2010-04-18
Man there's not much to say to this.
rustedmutt - 2010-04-18
The true origin of furries?

Weimeraimeraimers with human hands.
pastorofmuppets - 2010-04-19
The smacking the dog away from eating it is killing me.
dead_cat - 2010-04-19
I lost it completely when the dogs started trying to eat the ingredients.
poorwill - 2010-04-19
Needs a William Wegman tag, needs to not have the nightmare fuel tag because this is awesome and adorable!
That guy - 2010-04-19
This is nightmare fuel, but I'd second switching it out if you agree to a "how to screw up children's brains" tag.

Ludo Smell Bad - 2010-04-27
need I remind you of the definition of Nightmare Fuel:

"Nightmare Fuel means those things that unintentionally scared the pants off you as a kid. Something that was meant to amuse or entertain to the audience would otherwise result in nightmares to children."

http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/NightmareFuel

I stand by my fucking tags.

freedoom - 2010-04-19
It must be uncomfortable to have a weimaraner sitting on your head like that. I feel sorry for the puppeteers.
Lauritz Melchior - 2010-04-19
It was worth the wait.
Boomer The Dog - 2015-07-06
Don't know how I missed this here, but it's great! I have never heard of any kid who was scared by Wegman's Weimaraners, everyone seems to love them, but I'm sure it's happened, a part of growing up.

Boomer
EvilHomer - 2015-07-06
I am absolutely terrified of William Wegman, but I didn't learn about him until I was much older, highschool maybe. I can't imagine how frightening his weimaraners would appear to children.

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