>There's a lot of chicken left, and I'd like to eat the chicken.
>I'd also like to eat the chicken. Let's do that instead.
DHMIS thread, isn't that what friends do?
It has to look like a nightmare version of Pee Wee's Playhouse
Fifth episode was good, but I didn't think it was as funny as the others. What do you think Ep 6 will be about?
When I first saw this shit I couldn't eat meat for days. Now though, I'm less disgusted and more fascinated by all the weird stuff in these vids. Riddle me this anons, what underlying spooky shit you think is going on in the storyline thingy?
I'm assuming ep 6 will either be the party that gets mentioned in a few other episodes, or it'll be this nightmarish mess of unrelated educational messages, with only the yellow guy present, as the other two have been "removed".
But who knows, the series is so weird anything could happen.
Apparently there's a fandom for this series that comes up with all sorts of explanations for what's happening. It seems to be random shit for the sake of being creepy and weird but there's some sort of story behind it. If you look closely through the videos I believe they put in little clues
you know how when you leave a leftover roast or chicken soup or something in the fridge the meat juice gels and doesn't turn liquid again until you reheat it? well, aspic is that except you deliberately don't reheat it. it's not that it necessarily TASTES any different, yet it manages to be nasty anyway because "cold clammy goo" isn't a form that meat stock is fucking meant to be eaten in.
It's made by European art students, I doubt there's any hidden message other than what we see. Nor do I think that there's a hidden part in each episode that will later mean something.
It's a meat jello and it's actually pretty good if you prepare it right (it's much tastier than the thing >>79759442 talks about). Just throw in some veggies for god's sake, and is even better with a drop of vinegar.
Also, it's great to eat in between shots of vodka, but that may be a Slav thing.
Can you run out of time? Does anyone know?
Roy isn't the mastermind. He's trapped too. He's just dead inside from all the time he's spent in this hellish world.
But now that he knows that escape is possible, he's going to have a heroic sacrifice in the final episode to help Yellow escape.
Assuming we're going by their live action counterparts, then I'm gonna say he's a duck.