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Merry Christmas!

It's the 24th and I haven't even done my shopping or most of my work for that matter. I have also not for the past two weeks, done any serious workout. I expect to greet 2009 a little bit flabbier than I was last year.

But hell. It's the holidays, and despite any misgivings, we all need to get together and enjoy the fact that at least once every year, everybody's given the excuse to shovel fattening pieces of ham and edam cheese down their gullets and guzzle some good alcohol. So what the hey. Merry Christmas, folks, and may it be a truly good one for all of you - especially those of you who really need it.

As my gift to all of you readers, here's a nice animated short I picked up from wandering around the 'net the entire night. It isn't Pixar in terms of story quality and pacing, but what it lacks in that department, it makes up for by being very, very cheeky. I know at least of one person who will truly enjoy this. You know who you are. Merry, merry Christmas to you and your (pamang)kin(s).

Without further ado, I present to you Big Buck Bunny.

And that's a wrap. Merry Christmas, people. Easy on the decadence. I want to see everybody I know as fat and as healthy as can be when 2009 comes crawling in through that door, so no keeling over on me, mkay?

Comments

  1. DAMN DUDE! That was wicked awesome! Wish the flying squirrel died by the spikes though. hahahaha! LOL! You really had to mention the pamangkins huh? hahahaha! apir! XD

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  2. @ art: you're welcome bro. hehe. but the pamangkins weren't yours - although yeah. :D

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  3. Aww... cute! The bunny's so cuddly, like a big ol' teddy bear~ <3

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  4. @ columbia: haha! yeah, it's hilarious that way. but kinda morbid too, in a way.

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