Love Card Songs

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Love Card Songs was a Liquid Generation prank in the form of a fake romantic E-Card. Like in many of their older E-Card pranks, the point was less about scaring the viewer and more about embarrassing or possibly offending them with unexpected NSFW material. The screamer was taken down along with the entire Liquid Generation website.

The viewer is presented with a choice of viewing two different animations that involve a cute character singing a love song to them. They can choose to see either a teddy bear or a clown from a jack-in-the-box perform the song. The lyrics are the same for both characters, but each of them sings the song in a different voice: "If grass wasn't green, and sky wasn't blue, If roses weren't red, well, I'd still love you. We'd go to bed, I'll wish you luck, And then we fu..."

At this point, the song is interrupted by a close-up image of a nude woman fondling a teddy bear, which starts zooming in and out as funk music and a woman moaning "Ohhh, yeah!" can be heard.

Decompiling the flash or viewing it at the wrong proportions in a standalone flash player reveals that the woman in the picture is actually fully nude with clearly visible breasts, but only the upper portion of the image can be seen during a normal viewing.


NOTE: The following animation contains inappropriate or startling content!




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