Fart in the Duck (Full Version)





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Uploaded on Nov 11, 2008

If you're a troll, stop watching this video and stick your head into a bucket of piranha fish. This video contains gnomes, not trolls. Go away, troll. Your mother is calling you. You big-girl's-blouse. In fact, neckbeard trolls hate gnomes and ducks anyway, so why are you here? Why are you here and why haven't you left? Trolls hate EVERYTHING. Trolls should just go away and be alone by themselves because they hate absolutely everything and can never be happy, so go away, trolls. You are not wanted here.

The full version of the classic "Fart in the Duck" gnome music video from the hit show "Kabouter Plop" that really put Sweden--er, Norway--er, Germany--er, the Sudetenland? Finland, maybe. On the map. I like Finland. Finland's cool. So if I owe Finland any apologies, they can have 'em. There's no need for me to be a jerk.

The most memorable thing about this video has to be the facial expression of the main gnome guy, Ploppy, when he sticks his head up through the hole in the roof. That should be like the official symbol of this video.

I also want to say that Video Spin seems to be in almost every way superior to Windows Movie Maker, and I wish I had discovered it long ago for the Bulk and Skull videos. It's only downside is I haven't yet discovered how to resize the preview video apart from full screen, you can't resize the whole window itself, the auto-scene feature is confusing and obnoxious, and they have what looks like an ad right in the middle of the program. These are actually pretty annoying obstacles to put up with, but as for actually putting the video together, it is utterly superior to the clunky, slow, glitchy crapfest that was Windows Movie Maker.

As for the video, it's important to mix the outright nonsensical with the uncalled for obscenities. It is also essential to avoid outright hostility. Maybe one day you'll understand why that is too. It's always fascinating how the lyrics provide a thematic story as well, but the words aren't everything. This is first and foremost a song. This piece of music has a catchy beat and you can dance to it.

The "lie"s at the end actually mean the word "lie - n - to tell a fib". In the case it is used, it means "My life is a lie!"

Please help me, I can't stop watching this over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over again. This has been going on for days. The song is stuck in my brain. Please make it gO aWaY!? Hopefully when Animal Crossing City Folk comes out this malady will be cured.


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