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Walfas.org is a website that is responsible for hosting create.swf, which isn't to be confused with this website. The website has flash animations, and it's about stuff.

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Tropes in the website

  • All Just a Dream: The 200th daily flash takes place in an odd thought.
  • Crapsaccharine World: While everything is really cute there, the Daily Flash universe arrests people and randomly administers the death penalty. It's entirely possible for a school activity to end with someone being killed.
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  • Dead Fic: The site hasn't been updated since 2015 and the flashes themselves have stopped around 2010.
  • Disproportionate Retribution: The reason as to why Mokou and Kaguya kill each other continuously is because of a fight they had over toy truck when they were kids.
  • Intelligible Unintelligible: Shanghai doll, whose speech cannot be understood by the audience but she can be understood by Alice..
  • Lampshade Hanging: Done from time to time.
    • In the Alice's Birthday toon, Alice says that she's just crying happy tears, and not sad.
  • No Fourth Wall: Really, there was never one.
  • Running Gag:
    • The phrase "Hooray!" originates as a Touhou meme and is one part of what inspired the website's creation. Naturally, this phrase is a Running Gag on the site.
    • Other jokes include any mentions of Boxing Chen or the toy truck.
    • Characters that end up in prison in the Daily Flashes are eaten by Yuyuko in short order.
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    • Marisa saying "No way, that's impossible!"
  • Skewed Priorities:
  • Swallowed Whole: Victims of "Death by Yuyuko," which is to say most of the prisoners in the Daily Flash universe.
  • The Talk: This is seen in a brief walfas short where Flandre asks "Sakuya, what's sex?", to which Sakuya tries to explain what she thought the former meant.
  • Virtual Paper Doll: create.swf, which allowed users to make their own walfas shorts and flashes.

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