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Details of an elaborate Hollywood conspiracy seemingly engineered by money-hungry ‘animators’ and ‘voice-over artists’ have been revealed to the world today

Details of an elaborate Hollywood conspiracy seemingly engineered by money-hungry ‘animators’ and ‘voice-over artists’ have been revealed to the world today.

Cartoons have long thought to have been drawn and voiced by humans, but it turns out they are are living, breathing creatures originating from an alternate (two-dimensional) dimension called ‘Toontown’. Every cartoon you’ve ever seen, from Tom and Jerry to Rick and Morty, is simply the result of film crews accessing this dimension and staging scripted antics there.

So called animators and voice-over artists have made billions of dollars over the years by claiming to be the creative force behind these colourful creatures, but one of the frauds involved, who wishes to remain anonymous, is amazed the ruse lasted this long:

I’m stunned that people actually believed we drew those things in the first place. I mean, have you seen how detailed they are nowadays? Modern day footage runs at close to 30 frames per second. That’s, like… a lot of drawing. We’d never sleep.

Details of the nature of these ‘Toons’ became apparent when one of the creatures, a rabbit named Roger, broke out of Toontown to murder someone in our three dimensional ‘real’ world. He has since claimed to have been framed, but it seems his willingness to walk among humans and interact with them in the first place was the real crime. The anonymous source continued:

What did that rabbit think he was doing? My colleagues and I were making boatloads of cash for nothing until he started parading himself around in our dimension. If I catch that thing, he’ll have more to worry about than a murder conviction, that’s for sure.

Quite how film crews are able to access this alternate dimension is still unknown, but the bigger question the public are asking, is why they continue to record episodes of ‘The Simpsons’ there.

More on this story as we get it.

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