Monkey Dust
August 29, 2003 4:51 AM   Subscribe

Three short flash animations from the excellent satirical comedy Monkey Dust. Check out Internet (bottom right) and find out what really happens when you connect to the net.
posted by grahamwell (8 comments total)
"...perhaps he can give us something to stop the vomiting"
That was classic.
posted by PenDevil at 5:46 AM on August 29, 2003

I once knew a guy who could connect to dialup ISPs just using his mouth like that, but then he drank Coke and ate Pop Rocks at the same time and exploded.
posted by MonkeyMeat at 2:30 PM on August 29, 2003

Monkeydust. In ten years you'll meet a lot of people who claimed they watched it the first time, not on repeat or DVD. They will be lying.
posted by Hogshead at 6:07 PM on August 29, 2003

Oh my god, "i think your clock just stopped" that was the funniest thing I've seen in a while.
posted by Pink Fuzzy Bunny at 9:14 PM on August 29, 2003

That was hilarious - the internet one especially. Thanks, grahamwell!
posted by Lynsey at 9:47 PM on August 29, 2003

[this is good]

[anyone, are there any new cliched expressions of wonderment yet?]
posted by i_am_joe's_spleen at 10:09 PM on August 29, 2003

Monkey Dust is absolute class. I reccomend our American cousins hassle BBC America to show it. Probably one of the funniest / most grotesque / well animated series I have ever seen.

My personal favorite - "The meatsafe murderer. Only I never did it." but the Daisy Murderer, the Voice over man, the first time cottager and the man with the excuses are all really, really funny.

For your edification - here's a link with more people talking about how good they think the show is.
posted by seanyboy at 11:20 PM on August 29, 2003

Can't download any of the anims; they all stop dead at ~10%, even when using wget on a server 300 miles away slap bang in the middle of Telehouse (which got the first 10% at about 600k/s).
posted by Freaky at 6:28 AM on August 30, 2003

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