I'm not sure which I loved more: The conversations between his high and low-pitched voices? orHow angry the low voice got at the end of each exchangeordink-dink-dink-dinka-dink
OR...The fact that he felt the need to hide in the closet to record this awesome feeling.
I think the "dink-dink-dinka-dink" sealed it for me!
It is a catchy little tune, I'll give him that much.
I was kinda hoping someone would pop him on the head at the end and knock him out. It would have been fitting, somehow, with the "I'm not afraid to die" sentiment.
This thing is like a train wreck... I keep coming back to watch it again!
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