a distinct flash animation style consisting of random pop culture images synced to Soramimi (music with lyrics that mean one thing in one language, but something else in another). This style was created and popularized on the internet by Neil Cicierega around 2001. Neil's work was admired by many, and more animutations were made throughout the years. But if they weren't made by Neil, they were known as fanimutations. However, this changed with Adam Kepple's animutation series "Colin Mochrie vs. Jesus H. Jesus". Within animutation was united as fanimutation, so that an animation fitting the description was an animutation; no matter who the creator.
How to tell if it's an animutation:
-features a picture of some weird guy or celebrity as the main character that "sings" the song
-played to catchy unpopular(in America) foreign music
-contains Colin Mochrie, Harry Potter, Jesus H. Christ, Urkel, and more
-contains either a flashy background or just a white bakcground
-contains random long sentences that show for 1 second at a time in the background
Fingertips! Fingertips! Aren't you the guy who hit me in the eye? Please pass the milk, please. Banana, Banana, Banana, Terracotta, Banana, Terracotta, Terracotta, Pie. Hyakugojyuuichi!
Yeah, those have all been said in animutation.
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