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Creator / Sr. Pelo

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"My mission here is bring laughs to you with silly animation, the mostly thing I care is your laughs and smiles!"
- From his description on YouTube

David Axel Cazares Casanova, better known as Sr Pelonote  or 123pendejosnote , is an Internet personality from Mexico who is best known for his off-the-wall parody videos on YouTube.

Some of his most popular series are:

  • Mokey's Show: Parodies Mickey Mouse.
  • Super WAA HOO Bros: Parodies Super Mario Bros.
  • Underpants: Parodies each of Undertale's different endings.
  • X is...: A series that casts various celebrities as other people or objects to explore the outcome.
  • TF2 in a Shellnut: Parodies Team Fortress 2.
  • Splatshorts: Parodies Splatoon.
  • Pelo Talks: Pelo talks about society and the way things are while keeping his cartoon zaniness and insanity. Two videos are released of each subject: one in English, and one in Spanish.
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  • Stocktales: A (so far) standalone video that gained massive popularity due to its' use of storytelling through stock images.

You can find his channel right here. If you're looking for tropes based on Mokey's Show, or Underpants, check their individual pages.

Tropes relating to Sr Pelo:

  • April Fools' Day:
    • The video titled EVERY F*KING HOT DAY has a hot girl on the thumbnail, but when you click on the video... EXPECTING BOOBIES? TOO BAD, WALUIGI TIME. The rest of the video is just an animation of Waluigi dancing to sped up Waluigi Pinball.
    • Also, the infamous "Mogolovonio".
    • Pelo Talks: April Fools Makes fun of his english-speaking audience by making fun of them for not knowing spanish. In spanish.
    • As for the spanish version of the holiday (Which is celebrated on December 28th instead of April 1st) he uploaded a video... several months before and programmed it to go live on said date. When it finally arrived, it consisted of him just making fun of the viewers that waited all that time just to see what it was all about.
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  • The Antichrist: THE SIMPSONS: REVELATIONS has Marge giving birth to this. It's unclear whether or not Flanders was supposed to be the good guy and Pelo is unlikely to explain.
  • Arbitrary Headcount Limit: The Kirby Star Allies spoof "Making Friends" takes a grim turn whenever Kirby's party exceeds four members. Kirby and his three newest allies glare angrily at the fourth, while Kirby deeply whispers, "You not my friend [sic]", imploding him.
  • Barrier-Busting Blow: Bawsah always tears through a wall in order to kidnap Princess Pitch.
  • Berserk Button: The audience members in "EVERY F* TOP 10" turn into angry fanged monsters whenever they hear that a list isn't composed of ten entries.
  • Bilingual Bonus:
    • "Sr. Pelo" translates to "Mr. Hair", a reference to his Funny Afro.
    • Taken literally with "Pelo Talks - In my Opinion..." as both the English and Spanish versions have altered jokes and animation.
  • Black Comedy: A common source of humor in his videos. Characters are shot, stabbed, and more, and it's all Played for Laughs. The "Stocktales" video is chock-full of it, here's a list:
    • The Grim Reaper stalks an old lady and a baby boy and kills them both.
    • A woman tries to kill a spider by throwing a stiletto-heeled shoe. It misses the spider, which makes her sad, but ends up hitting a man and rendering him either unconscious or dead, which she then celebrates.
    • The exterminator ends up burning down a woman's entire house down in order to fight the infestation of spiders. And yet one lived in the end.
    • The "Happy Birthday" segment where an old woman dies on her birthday.
    • A little boy throws many tantrums to the point that the mother gets pissed and beats him with a belt, represented as a baby doll with its head caved in.
    • The entire AIDS story. Especially the ending, where the diseases is finally beaten back - and then a furry comes out of nowhere to start the cycle anew.
    • The ghost story where a ghost haunts a family home and the mother tries to get rid of it. The ghost pushes an old woman down the stairs and possesses the woman's son. The mother then calls a priest and he purges it from the house, but then the ghost strikes back to kill the priest, forcing the family to move to a new home, but the ghost follows them there as well.
    • A thief robs multiple banks before being caught and thrown in jail, and then a larger inmate appears behind him.
  • Blatant Lies: The "JohnKnee and Ill" series proclaims in its theme song that the titular characters are "really good friends", but each video consists solely of Ill irrationally abusing JohnKnee.
  • Cluster F-Bomb: The word or other variants are used 18 times in the ice cream story.
  • Cuteness Proximity: His reaction to first seeing Tattletail, calling it a "Boopie".
  • Crosses the Line Twice: Basically the main premise of this channel.
  • GASP: Usually having the character zooming out of the camera.
  • Jump Scare:
    • Can happen when you've never seen his videos or just aren't expecting it even when you know his loud style.
    • Played for Laughs with the "OOGA BOOGA Witch" in "Spooky Month" (which is based off from Regan MacNeil), who also serves as a jab on The Nun's infamous viral campaign.
    Witch (In a rather hammy tone): OOGA BOOGA, heheh! You just got SPOOKED, PFFTHAAHAAAH!
  • Killer Rabbit: The ghost in "Stocktales" looks pretty friendly and harmless but it's actually a murderous and wicked ghost that haunts and torments and family home.
  • Leave the Camera Running: "Fortnite in a shellnut" starts with the character getting shot. The scene stays put for five and a half minutes until Pelo slides in and asks the audience if they want a "Pelo Talks.
  • Literal-Minded: The monster in "EVERY F* TOP 10 who lists the top 100 Creepypasta starts with...spoiled pasta.
  • Man of a Thousand Voices Despite being mainly known for his high-pitched screams, David has a surprisingly good vocal range. He usually does all the voices himself, with the exception of Chara in Underpants' Genocide Ending.
  • Mime and Music-Only Cartoon:
    • The "X is .." cartoons are this with a bit of Mickey Mousing.
    • The "Stocktales" are stories told entirely through the medium of stock images and video game music.
  • Mind Screw: The "Stocktales" video features a very...unconventional story.
  • Mundane Made Awesome: He somehow found a way to make a slideshow of stock images very entertaining by adding a soundtrack of retro music and a hilarious Mind Screw story.
  • Nightmare Face: Frequently applied to anyone and everyone for both comedic and horrific purposes.
  • Stable Time Loop:
    • In Johnknee and Ill, during the episodes Gift, Looking and The Drawing. In The Drawing, Ill throws Johnknee down a tree, after which Johnknee lands sitting in a chair, which leads to the Johnknee from the start drawing the sitting Johnknee. In Gift, after crossing Ill, Ill turns Johnknee into a gift, that one being the one Johnknee finds at the start. Fridge Horror kicks in when you realize that when Johnknee was stomping the gift, they were stomping themselves. Finally, in Looking, after Ill doing a Groin Attack to Johnknee, he turns into a crystal ball, which lets Ill see that Johnknee is looking at a (suposedly) porn magazine without him, kickstarting the episode.
  • Stylistic Suck:
    • Occasionally features in his animation, and it's practically the whole thesis for Mokey's Show.
    • The entire "Stocktales" video is told through the medium of stock images and video game music.
  • Take That!:
    • "EVERY F* TOP 10" is a clear one to the list video phenomenon.
    • When Pelo dips into political commentary, it becomes clear that he hates people trying to suppress others by way of extreme progressive beliefs, and doesn't like when people try to make a political issue out of nothing.
    • "Spooky Month" ends with the skeleton-costumed boy's mother already set up for Christmas... on November 1st.
    Kids: It's the spooky before Christmas! [starts dancing]
  • There Was a Door:
    • In Super WAA HOO Bros. 3; Bawsah leaves Waahoo's bedroom by punching another hole in the wall, as opposed to leaving through the first hole he punched.
    • In Super WAA HOO World, Bawsah carries Pitch away by punching a hole into the first hole.
    • Happens in The Simpsons: Revelations multiple times in the span of 10 seconds. Homie busts through the wall once and comes out of a second hole, only to make a third one by destroying the door frame.
  • Unsound Effect: Often happens in the subtitles. One of the most common examples is "[PAIN]".
  • Valentine's Day Episode: Cute Dudes episode #1 celebrates this holiday, when a giant heart stabs a dude in his own heart.
  • You Are Who You Eat: In Cute Dudes episode #2, anyone who eats Tide Pod-chan becomes her when waking.


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