Don't waste your time
looking at a sorry sight like me
A quivering pile of mush, that's me
All my years of service and devotion to the King
I'm a quivering, snivelling, non-existent thing
I know I've failed
I know my ship has sailed
Stripped of my rank
I know my ship has sank
And I haven't got a friend in the world...
I'm a quivering, snivelling, blubberin', nameless non-existent pile of nothing, worthless, soggy pile of mush
And I haven't got a friend in the world, no
I haven't got a friend in the world...
This wonderful episode of the Donkey Kong Country TV show stood out to me because it was so emotional and stayed like this 'til the end -- some silly scenes with Krusha and K. Rool aside -- which was pretty unusual for a cartoon like this. I mean, Klump. Dude's job was his life, and then he gets kicked out with nowhere to go. Dixie Kong is the first (and only) Kong who befriends him. Never mind that he's a bad guy. It was this episode that made me love Klump. Precious thing... I cannot fathom how anyone couldn't have at least a bit of sympathy towards him after this episode.
Emotional things in kids' cartoons like this are usually only found in fan fiction these days, and I find this downright saddening.
(Note: if the formatting looks weird, it's because I was going to post it on Tumblr at first. I decided not to. Also, I passed 10000k pageviews. You guys rock, thank you. :) I'm gonna be working on a little tribute image soon! ...And something special. It concerns the cartoon and music. You'll see! ...And sorry for the shortness of this post. More stuff coming soon.
Wow. Did I seriously type 10000k? I think I was tired when I wrote this... I obviously meant 10000.)