Go click on the captions! Come on, click it! Funny song. Did you click it yet? I don't know. I'm just a description. Wait, I'm not even describing this. Uh, spaghetti cat flying through the sky...? You're on the weird side of the internet. You should go outside for a walk. It's a beautiful day, maybe... Maybe yes, maybe no... You might even be watching this at night. Hey, I don't know anything about you! I'm a description! Like I said, magical spaghetti cats flying through the sky!
Someone must have tossed Spaghetti Cat into the air! Now the laws of gravity are broken for Spaghetti Cat. Spaghetti Cat does not want this. You should not violate the wants of Spaghetti Cat because Spaghetti Cat is Spaghetti Cat and is ruled by no one but Spaghetti Cat. If you violate the wants of Spaghetti Cat, Spaghetti Cat will be mad and will go to Spagooter Dog to learn the ways of Spagooter Dog. Spagooter Dog is Spagooter Dog and listens only to Spagooter Dog. Spagooter Dog wants to be Spagooter Dog so, Spagooter Dog is Spagooter Dog. (silly herpin' derps!) Pasta animal count:18. Pasta animal count is pasta animal count and is the count of when pasta animals are mentioned. Pasta animal count listens to no one but the one who counts. (Being silly, Iris)
Sorry for the short video, I made this near my bedtime so I didn't have the time to make a longer animation...
And yeah, from now on I'm gonna add real life backgrounds! :) Oh, and this is an Ivvi. They live in snowy areas, like this one. They migrate away from their habitat in the middle of spring, going to colder places. They are omnivores, which means they eat meat AND plants. They also eat dirt sometimes... well, that's understandable because soil, or humus, consists of dead plant and animal matter. Yes, even fecal matter. Ivvis stay in spring for a while to munch on the newly sprouting plants. They will eat dead plants and even rotting tree trunks and twigs! They have a very slow metabolism and hardly ever run. That's why the Ivvi in this animation just sprints in a very short burst, and doesn't run any longer. They travel in groups called Hairballs (because of how fluffy they are!). So, that's an Ivvi!
This description took longer to make than to watch this whole video! Yaay~
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