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Played Out - Cream the Rabbit

As you may have noticed, I've been absent much of the summer, justifying myself to the powers-that-be with stories of sun and theater. My true preoccupation is, as usual, much darker.

I began the summer by bashing those Sonic the Hedgehog fans who helped drive the franchise into the ground through their romantic obsession with the crappy, lifeless B characters who litter the modern games.

I did that before I met Cream.

"Cream is a princess-like figure; she is polite, just, follows manners (and never forgets them) and does what she is told. She's very friendly and tries to be close to everyone she meets. She is brave as well, usually not afraid to go out on an adventure. She’s a bit naive however, and doesn’t always see things right away. " (Sonic News Network)

All I know is that summer romance is the best. Especially when you're nibbling on the forbidden lettuce of love that's forbidden cuz it's over in the neighbor's yard and they get real mad about that stuff.

I made this:

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  1. Blogger Sean | 12:48 PM |  

    Great video!

  2. Blogger chris | 1:12 PM |  

    I really can't tell if this is less or more acceptable than P. Arty's Daisy Duck fetish.

  3. Blogger qualler | 6:54 AM |  

    No need to apologize to Yellowcard. That was the best use of a Yellowcard song ever.

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