When Someone Drinks your Mountain Dew: A Video Short by H

I came home after a long day at work yesterday and H was so excited to show me this video he made, and he has given me permission to share it here. It is only 6 seconds long – but it is adorable. H explained that if you listen, sometimes the claymation penguin known as Pingu sounds like he is saying things. I think H is right… And c’mon – it’s Pingu – need I say more??

It is completely ridiculous in the best way and it makes me happy to share H’s wonderful sense of humour. ❤ I hope it maybe makes you smile as well…

Video Description: This short shows a little penguin (Pingu) waddling over to a can of Mountain Dew (H edited the soda into the film) making cute humming noises and it kinda sounds like he says “My Mountain Dew.”  He approaches the soda, looks surprised, and then flips forward to look back through his own legs at some other penguins. Text reads: “Who the hell drank my Mountain Dew”🐧

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About Leah Kelley, Ed.D.

Leah Kelley, M.Ed, Ed.D., Writer, Consultant, Activist, Speaker, and Educator, working with Teacher Candidates at UBC. Authors blog: 30 Days of Autism. Projects support social understanding, Neurodiversity paradigm, Disability Justice, and connecting Disability Studies in Education(DSE)to Educational Practice. Twitter: @leah_kelley Facebook: 30 Days of Autism: Leah Kelley
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2 Responses to When Someone Drinks your Mountain Dew: A Video Short by H

  1. Yes, Pingu is very talkative.

    And the part looking under the legs is incredible.

    What a lot you can say in 6 seconds – 120 frames~.

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