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#17 - Haven't seen it. You mean The Secret of NIMH right? Read the p…  [+] (3 replies) 04/22/2016 on A wonderful gift -1
#18 - msamnesia (04/22/2016) [-]
Watch it.
Because honestly it's equally dark as "shock collars for predators"
Or Watership down if you want something else.
Who framed Roger rabit.
Cool town

I can go on, but you seem to have your mind set that the only dark cartoon in all of existence is zootopia original plotline.
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#19 - charredenay (04/22/2016) [-]
Okay now you're giving me some stuff I actually remember. Yeah, Watership Down definitely qualifies as dark, maybe a little on Who Framed Roger Rabbit.
To be fair, hard to judge something based on plot summaries off of wikipedia. And I didn't say it was the only dark cartoon, just that dark cartoons are generally not for kids.
And wow, how did Watership Down get a PG rating?
#20 - msamnesia (04/22/2016) [-]
Yup. I remember lots of dark stuff as a kid.
But even so, the things kids watch now a days a shock collar is usually used as a joke. You see the stuff in their cartoons thst the original plot for zootopia was regular child's play. I judt wish disney would get back to the old way they used to do movies, where it was really entertaining for the whole family. A lot of Disney movies now are dumbed down for 6 years olds. I remember watching toy Story ad a kid, loving it, then as an adult re watch it and get all the dirty jokes I missed as a kid
#14 - I'm not going to get into a whole "thing" about this…  [+] (5 replies) 04/22/2016 on A wonderful gift -1
#15 - msamnesia (04/22/2016) [-]
Rats of Nimh was a dark af movie
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#17 - charredenay (04/22/2016) [-]
Haven't seen it. You mean The Secret of NIMH right? Read the plot summary. Doesn't sound particularly dark, lots of death and violence sure, but dark? I don't know how to explain the difference but it is a huge difference.
#18 - msamnesia (04/22/2016) [-]
Watch it.
Because honestly it's equally dark as "shock collars for predators"
Or Watership down if you want something else.
Who framed Roger rabit.
Cool town

I can go on, but you seem to have your mind set that the only dark cartoon in all of existence is zootopia original plotline.
User avatar
#19 - charredenay (04/22/2016) [-]
Okay now you're giving me some stuff I actually remember. Yeah, Watership Down definitely qualifies as dark, maybe a little on Who Framed Roger Rabbit.
To be fair, hard to judge something based on plot summaries off of wikipedia. And I didn't say it was the only dark cartoon, just that dark cartoons are generally not for kids.
And wow, how did Watership Down get a PG rating?
#20 - msamnesia (04/22/2016) [-]
Yup. I remember lots of dark stuff as a kid.
But even so, the things kids watch now a days a shock collar is usually used as a joke. You see the stuff in their cartoons thst the original plot for zootopia was regular child's play. I judt wish disney would get back to the old way they used to do movies, where it was really entertaining for the whole family. A lot of Disney movies now are dumbed down for 6 years olds. I remember watching toy Story ad a kid, loving it, then as an adult re watch it and get all the dirty jokes I missed as a kid
#12 - Eh, Pinnocio was only dark if you spent a lot of time thinking…  [+] (7 replies) 04/22/2016 on A wonderful gift +3
#13 - msamnesia (04/22/2016) [-]
I know the original plans.

And let's kotatsu forget lion King okay. Talk about deep impressions of crying
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#14 - charredenay (04/22/2016) [-]
I'm not going to get into a whole "thing" about this, but you're mentioning movies with sad stuff or adult humor but nothing inherently "dark".
#15 - msamnesia (04/22/2016) [-]
Rats of Nimh was a dark af movie
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#17 - charredenay (04/22/2016) [-]
Haven't seen it. You mean The Secret of NIMH right? Read the plot summary. Doesn't sound particularly dark, lots of death and violence sure, but dark? I don't know how to explain the difference but it is a huge difference.
#18 - msamnesia (04/22/2016) [-]
Watch it.
Because honestly it's equally dark as "shock collars for predators"
Or Watership down if you want something else.
Who framed Roger rabit.
Cool town

I can go on, but you seem to have your mind set that the only dark cartoon in all of existence is zootopia original plotline.
User avatar
#19 - charredenay (04/22/2016) [-]
Okay now you're giving me some stuff I actually remember. Yeah, Watership Down definitely qualifies as dark, maybe a little on Who Framed Roger Rabbit.
To be fair, hard to judge something based on plot summaries off of wikipedia. And I didn't say it was the only dark cartoon, just that dark cartoons are generally not for kids.
And wow, how did Watership Down get a PG rating?
#20 - msamnesia (04/22/2016) [-]
Yup. I remember lots of dark stuff as a kid.
But even so, the things kids watch now a days a shock collar is usually used as a joke. You see the stuff in their cartoons thst the original plot for zootopia was regular child's play. I judt wish disney would get back to the old way they used to do movies, where it was really entertaining for the whole family. A lot of Disney movies now are dumbed down for 6 years olds. I remember watching toy Story ad a kid, loving it, then as an adult re watch it and get all the dirty jokes I missed as a kid
#5 - Didn't know Hopps was into pred-prey stuff. Kinky.  [+] (5 replies) 04/22/2016 on Living the dream +17
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#14 - karroll (04/22/2016) [-]
that fuckin comic... Niiiiice
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#19 - ltbuttstrong (04/22/2016) [-]
Sauce please?
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#22 - ltbuttstrong (04/23/2016) [-]
Thanks bud
#12 - stupidpiglets (04/22/2016) [-]
i understood that reference
#6 - Wait... Rabbits only go for 3 seconds? And foxes can go for wh…  [+] (2 replies) 04/22/2016 on I love animal planet 0
#7 - anon (04/22/2016) [-]
noooo.... judy would be in horrible pain... the foxes' dick, like every other canine, has a huge gland that swells to keep the male and female together... it can get to more than 2-3 times the normal circumference of the actual penis, and is meant to keep other males from cutting in line, while the sexy one is breeding the dame... most female canines, foxes included, can't put up with mating until after they've had their first litter of pups, and have stretched that sucker out a bit... they end up in stupidly bad pain...

so Judy would be screwed, pun intended.
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#8 - charredenay (04/22/2016) [-]
I was just making a joke, but hey if you wanna get into the specifics of interspecies mating between anthropomorphic animals... You've assumed that a adult fox would not have the sense to keep his glans out of his obviously smaller partner during copulation. A little planning and forethought and Nick and Judy could have a really.... Wilde time.