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Desc:Drinking too much of the fermented fruit
Category:Nature & Places
Tags:Africa, alcohol, forbidden fruit
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Comment count is 13
Toenails - 2009-06-13
Before I clicked the play button, I thought to myself "This shit is going to get 3 stars if they don't have music to go along with it"...

I found out it had music.
Then I found out it was narrated in French.
Then I found out it had sound effects.

Fived and Fav'ed.
Syd Midnight - 2009-06-13
The French cinema music is the best part, next to the drunk meerkat.

socialist_hentai - 2009-06-13
Enjoy - 2009-06-13
Well this is a dupe. There's a shorter, English one on the site.
Smellvin - 2009-06-13

^ This one has less dying, toilet-water language and more information.

Toenails - 2009-06-13
Rename it "Jungle Alcohol (French Version)" and it should be alright.

dicktatortot - 2009-06-13
The inch worm, if there was only a way to give it more stars I would. And I think I prefer the French version. Just say'n.

foopants - 2009-06-13
Les Drunkimals!
Meerkat - 2009-06-13

Five stars for the meerkat wallowing in booze. It pleases me.
TeenerTot - 2009-06-13
Blaise - 2009-06-13
Why are there no lions around eating jello shots?
Adham Nu'man - 2009-06-13
That ain't no jungle.

Great video though.
StanleyPain - 2009-06-13
All of this footage (and, yes, the stuff that was infamously used in Overdrawn at the Memory Bank) I believe was originally used in a documentary called Animals Are Beautiful People, which was made by the same people who made Gods Must Be Crazy who filmed a nature documentary at the same time they were making the movie cuz, hey they were in Africa.
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