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Hey, did you see those two little old ladies talking about Majora’s Mask while innocuously almost eating eyeball cookies? If not, you’re missing out. 

After seeing that short, I knew that the team at Farleywink Animation would be fantastic to team up with, so I got them on the horn ASAP. Luckily for me, they were already fans of some of my videos, and it wasn’t long until we were working on our first collaboration — What if Twitter was a Real Life Party? (WIT WAR LP for short). 

We’re hoping to have the full episode ready for you this week, but why not check out this teaser in the meantime? 


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