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    My grandmother gave this to me today, something I drew back when I was (relatively) small. I didn't know how to write yet, so my mother transcribed what I told her it was and wrote it on there: "Dixie Chopper That Chops Trees". It was an anthropomorphic version of our first dog, Dixie, chopping down a tree with an ax. You can't really tell any of that from looking at it.


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    Drawing furries before you could write? That's special.
    It is a great picture though, I've got a book full of shit I drew when I was really young somewhere.

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    What age did you draw those at ZP?

    I have pictures I drew from when I was, I think, 5, of characters from mortal kombat - the ninjas and gorro, with like little sausage arms and the sort of awkward 'not quite in the lines' colouring kids do at that age.

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    Quote Originally Posted by noobspoon View Post
    Drawing furries before you could write? That's special.
    It is a great picture though, I've got a book full of shit I drew when I was really young somewhere.
    If you look at that drawing and see something you want to have sex with, that's on you, Spooner.

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    What age did you draw those at ZP?

    I have pictures I drew from when I was, I think, 5, of characters from mortal kombat - the ninjas and gorro, with like little sausage arms and the sort of awkward 'not quite in the lines' colouring kids do at that age.
    I don't recall the age and it's not written on there anywhere, but going off of what I know I had to have been a toddler.

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    It was more of a reference to you thinking about anthropomorphic characters at such a young age.

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    Disney, bro. Disney.

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    Talking animals isn't quite the same as an upright walking animal, I guess is just shows how great of an imagination you have.

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    Your childhood must've been quite sheltered.


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    Yeah, what you on about Noob?

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    Holy shit I forgot that film even existed. Lion king was my Disney film of choice though because Simone and Pumba are amazing, I had a Simone and Pumba tape I used to watch all the time.
    Being a later generation Robin Hood wasn't really one of the big Disney films I grew up with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by noobspoon View Post
    Being a later generation Robin Hood wasn't really one of the big Disney films I grew up with.
    That movie came out well before I was born, but I still watched it as a kid. But okay, I'll let you have that. Howsabout this:


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    Don't have a clue what that is.

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    I just don't even know how to respond to that. I'm flabbergasted.

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    Reverse image search came up with Darkwing Duck, i have honestly never heard of that character before. I was born in 1994 so i guess it was never aired in the UK when i was growing up.

    - - - Updated - - -

    This on the other hand.

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    Duck Tales came before Darkwing Duck though. DD was a spin-off of DT, with Launchpad jumping ship and joining the latter show.

    I know my Disney Ducks, bro.

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    I loved me some Disney Afternoon shows when I was a kid. My friends and built a cartoon village for school in the fourth grade that had DD's mansion, Scrooge's moneybin, the Rescue Rangers' tree, The Gummi Bears' hideout, and more. Wish I had pictures.

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    That doesn't mean i watched it though, I didn't even know the cartoon existed before you mentioned it. It probably only aired on the Disney Channel in the UK which i didn't have.

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    Don't remember the Gummi Bears but I remember all the others. I think the BBC used to show them on Saturday/Sunday mornings every week, they used to cycle 'em round with Tom and Jerry and a few other shows.

    You might be too young for it Noob, it was when they used to show The Raccoons aswell, and I think that was repeated for absolutely years before they eventually stopped showing it.

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    I briefly remember The Raccoons, can't remember ever being into it much though.

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    No, it was terrible. Absolutely terrible. I blame the Canadians.

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