Cocker Pooch - Swallowing You
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Swallowing You is a shock animation animated by an unknown creator. It was originally made for the 2007 Aniboom Eyedoll contest (an obvious American Idol parody), where Flash animator's characters performed satirical parodies of real songs. Though tamer than most shock content, it'll still catch you off guard the first time around.
Since the contest is over, there is no way to view it on the website made for the contest (www.aniboom.com), and now it can only be found on YouTube.
The Aniboom Eyedoll logo plays at the start, like all the entries.
The animation then properly begins, where a female anthropomorphic dog named Cocker Pooch, who resembles Lady from Lady and the Tramp, sings a parody of Minnie Riperton's Lovin' You that features vore laden lyrics. The actual song is only four lines spoofing the chorus before she vocalizes for the rest of the animation. She is making suggestive movements throughout the whole animation, like shaking her butt, humping the floor, and rubbing her chest with her paws.
However, just when it seems like it's ending, her vocalizing turns into a howling, this is probably done because, in the original song, Minnie produces a loud, high-pitched noise. After that, we are treated to a close-up of her masturbating while she moans and pants blissfully. The lights go out, making the screen go black, ending the animation.
There was supposedly a variation with her vagina actually being visible at the end, but it's unknown where this one is from, or if it's even real.
- At one point, when it was uploaded to YouTube and PoeTV in 2007 and Newgrounds in 2009, it was talked about quite a bit, which included some of the disbelieved and shocked reactions from various users. The original uploads have since disappeared, and searching on Wayback Machine is also unhelpful, but it has currently returned to YouTube, though age-restricted.
- In 2008, an article on Something Awful talked about this amongst seven other strange videos, as part of the AwfulVision series. The name of this entry even references this song.
- Also since 2008, it is on swfchan.net. This site also reveals that it used to be on 4chan multiple times and was constantly taken down.
- In 2010, the obscure public access show Nightmare Fuel TV, which is dedicated to showing various early and bizarre YouTube videos, featured this in its third episode titled, fittingly enough, Gone To The Dogs.
- In 2011, it was posted on the imageboard site e621.
- It has also become a newcomer entry in The Top Ten's Weirdest YouTube Videos list.
- It has been featured on Know Your Meme's page on vore.
- Most recently in April 2020, it was featured on DeviantArt.
NOTE: The following animation contains pornographic content!
- https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x4d9u1f • Original song, safe version.
- newgrounds.com/bbs/topic/1058649 • Newgrounds reaction page.
- vimeo.com/13051844 • Nightmare Fuel TV episode that features the video: contains questionable content.
- swfchan.net/1/1507.shtml?Im+a+shaaaark.swf -
- e621.net/post/show/132692 -