All the fun of llamas, but with the added comfort of hats!
Llamas with Hats (1, 2, 3,4, 5, 6) is a YouTube video from the creator of Charlie The Unicorn. It depicts a short conversation between two llamas wearing spiffy hats.Also, Carl has a serious problem. Both with his homicidal tendencies and his seeming inability to remember them. (And he eats hands.)Now with a downloadable iPhone game! You play as Carl just before the second episode, kicking people off a cruise ship.This video provides examples of:
Affably Evil: Carl is a mass murdering, remorseless psychopath. A cheerful mass murdering, remorseless psychopath.
Carl: Now that you mention it, I never see you move either.
Paul: Oh my god, you're totally right!
Carl: This is really strange.
Paul: I can't move anything except my mouth and my eyes!
Mattress Tag Gag: Carl blames a nuclear explosion on him ripping the tag from a mattress. That, or fairy dust.
Minimalist Cast: Carl and Paul are usually the only characters on the show.
Monochrome Casting: When Carl rips a tear in space time to collect baby hands, Paul noticed that out of the millions of hands flying out of the portal, every single one of them came from a white baby. Carl points out that he specifically targeted white babies.
Carl: Well you know. Whitey's gotta pay. And the payment is baby hands.
Monster Roommate: Yes, Paul is very annoyed that Carl is a psychopathic monster who destroys people, ships, and countries when they're on vacation. In episode 6 he finally has enough and decides to leave.
Moral Guardians: Parodied. When Paul accuses Carl of making out with the ice sculptures on the cruise ship, Carl's reaction is to thank God that the children (whom he'd headbutted off the side of the ship) weren't on board to see it.
Paul: You know what? Forget it. I'm not even shocked anymore.
Carl: Aww, that's no fun!
Paul: This has become the norm for you, Carl!
In full effect by episode five.
Carl : Fine. I may have created a crack in space time, through which to collect millions of baby hands.
Carl: What do you mean, "huh"?
Paul: I think I was expecting worse.
Carl: Worse? But this is totally fudged, bro.
Sequel Escalation: In the first video, Carl killed one person (an implied trespasser, it must be admitted). In the fourth, he nukes an entire city. Lampshaded and subverted in the fifth, where Paul notes that after that, Carl stealing baby hands through a rip in spacetime is comparatively minor.
Would Hurt a Child: Carl allegedly headbutted children off the side of the cruise ship in episode 2. Episode 3 has it implied that he killed orphans to use their meat to build a "meat dragon". And of course there were bound to be children in the city he nuked in episode 4. Explicit by episode 5, where Carl steals the hands of millions of babies. By episode 6 he has built a conveyor belt to carry ground-up orphans through the house, and he's finished the aforementioned meat dragon.