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Thursday, January 28, 2010

Missin' Cakey

I know people get down in the dumps when they haven't had a nice Cakey the Jacked-Up Clown cartoon in a while. I understand that. Life without a troubled man-clown is hardly worth living. And while it's true that Cakey has his own Twitter account at it's just not quite the same as seeing him verbally spar with an ethnically vague gentleman, as he does in his animated adventures.

So here is another Cakey and Jorge cartoon. I hope you choose to love it, take it into your corn heart and absorb every tender moment.

Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Best American Cartoons of 2009

When Walt Disney and Ub Iwerks created Mickey Mouse in 1928 (or whatever year it was) they set wheels in motion that led directly to me. Over the last year or so, I have created cartoons that have helped heal America, almost helped elect Pip Clowson president (may he rest in peace), and united disparate groups like dorks and nerds. Well, then my animation software had to go and change the game! "Changing the Game" is LenoChin tactic number one, let me tell you.

Well, Earl Fando Excremando is pestering me to fix this and fix that. Look, I don't have time to fix things. My pants will fall off if I do that! And, look, I tried. I went back and tried to edit posts, but emotions boiled up and I fainted. So, let me take the easy way out and here before your luscious eyes give you every cartoon I ever created, starring America's sweetheart, Cakey the Jacked-Up Clown, also starring Pip Clowson, some dude named Jorge, and a whole cavalcade of Lawrence Welk-style attractions! Hurray for me!


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Monday, January 25, 2010

The Best of DOUI for 2009

It's that time of year again! It's time to start collecting reciepts and tax information in preparation for the arduous tax forms you'll be finishing three months from now. In the meantime though, why not check out the Best of our 2009 posts as chosen by the Nobel Peace Prize Committee!*

(Apologies as some of the videos are not working. Nuffy's on it.)


The Top 12**

The Best of the Rest

* Not really. They couldn't be bothered to breakaway from their marathon game of canasta.
** Yes, 12. Deal with it. I realize there are quite a lot of my posts in there this year. Couldn't be helped, I'm afraid. Deal with it, again.


The Incredible Lobster Bisque!

According to one of Yahoo!'s* ever growing plethora of special issue sites, soup has amazing powers that we humans were heretofore unaware of. The most surprising revelations of the article?

  • Soup can scale a 25 story building in under a minute flat.
  • Cajun varieties of soup have been known to knock the hair off a grown man's chest and put it right back on again.
  • Soup can't cure the common cold, but it can beat the crap out of it in a back alley.
  • Soup has the strength of 10 stews. (Not Stew Miller. It only has the strength of four Stew Millers.)
  • If you stare at beef broth long enough, you will see your reflection! (I was skeptical until I tried it. Amazing!)
  • Soup can work out Pi to a trillion digits.
  • Soup can grow a handlebar moustache. Vegetable soup is especially good at this.
  • It's not surprising that fish soups can all breathe underwater. However, so can chicken soups!
  • If you anger soup, it can scald you, choke you, and poke your eye with a straw.**
  • Soup can heal a broken heart if you pour it in just the right place.
  • Certain varieties of soup dumplings can be used as throw pillows.
  • A tablespoon of soup can cover an entire dress shirt, if spilled in just the right way.*** (Most of you may have already had this experience.)
  • Alphabet soup will communicate with you, if you stir it just right. (Most common message: "Please don't eat me!")
* The exclamation point is required to be included under international law.
** This depends on how you are eating the soup.
*** On the shirt.

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