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  • Awesome Music:
    • The "Nightmares" segment of "Shadows & Nightmares" by Two Steps from Hell, as heard at the beginning of Pooh's assembly from Hell.
    • The use of E.S. Posthumus' remix of the Moonlight Sonata when Pooh starts eating Piglet alive really underscores the horror of it all.
    • Followed by the "Mutation" theme from AKIRA during Pooh's heart-stopping, soul-chilling unholy chant.
    • And then there's the ending set to Beethoven's "Choral", which proves to be spine-tinglingly epic.
  • Big-Lipped Alligator Moment: McGonagall rapping like Ludacris in Dirty Potter and the Fabulous Gay Farty Pee and Poo Party.
    • Jim Dale does the rapping again in Fuckbeak and Friends Chapter 2.
    • The Retarded Tyrannosaurus Rexes in Dirty The Pooh Chapter 3.
    • JIM DALE MALFUNCTIONING in Fuckbeak and Friends Chapter 2.
    • The parallel universe narrated by Stephen Fry in Fuckbeak and Friends Chapter 3.
  • Big Name Fan: Popular YoutubePooper waldfield posts regularly on the forums and even had a Shout-Out to his work in Dirty The Pooh 2.
  • Crosses the Line Twice: EVERYTHING.
    • How 'bout:
      "...or he could take his niggers hung from trees and beat them until he came..."
    • Rule 34 is quite vulgar and shocking alone. Now, taking it Up to Eleven, making it from a Quote Mine, creating every Signature Sound Effect entirely out of dialogue, and adding highly inappropriate music to boot makes so hilarious that it is unbelievable how someone would laugh at something filled with Squick.
  • Fridge Logic:
    • Tyrannosaurus Rexes basically have a "Hunt, Eat, Sleep" mentality and don't have the intelligence to outwit a newborn cat. So wouldn't it be redundant to have a special group of retarded Tyrannosaurus Rexes if they already think like that?
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    • Winnie the Pooh & Co. are stuffed animals. They don't have internal organs.
  • Moral Event Horizon: Dirty the Pooh crosses this when he sells his soul to the devil.
  • Nausea Fuel: Yeah...
  • Nightmare Fuel:
    • While the below Squick example applies to pretty much everything else, Dirty the Pooh 3 stands out as providing less Nausea Fuel and more terrifying imagery. At least it still has some funny moments and some very good choices of music near the end.
    • One of the deleted scenes from Dirty The Pooh involved this:
    "What did Christopher Robin wish for when he cut the cheese? That is a secret, and if I told you what it was, it would kill you". * cue Overly Long Scare Chord*
    • The ending of Dirty the Pooh: Chapter One. The creepy music combined with Pooh and Eeyore talking about death makes for some pretty severe Mood Whiplash, especially in a series as over-the-top hilarious as Dirty Potter. The comedic musical sting at the very end does serve as Nightmare Retardant, however.
    • And in part 3, Pooh holds assembly...from HELL!. "Yes, God can't help you now!"
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    • Most of part 3 can apply, with dark music playing most of the time, satanism, trees attacking the animals, and Pooh eating Piglet alive. The Banjo-Kazooie music that starts playing suddenly in a huge Mood Whiplash doesn't help much either.
    • The unnerving sounds when Jim Dale starts malfunctioning in "Fuckbeak and Friends Chapter 2" least until Hermione interrupts.
  • No Such Thing as Bad Publicity: On the forums, the author asked for advice on what he should do if he's sued by either Jim Dale or J.K. Rowling. He then decided that it would be cool if he does get sued since it would get Dirty Potter on the news. It would also have to be played in court and "require the judge and attorneys to use words like farty poo and chocolate cocks."
  • Older Than They Think: Going by a later scene in "Fuckbeak and Friends Ch. 3" where Harry witnesses a parallel universe narrated by Stephen Fry, there seems to be some obvious inspiration from fellow sentence-splicing group, Cassetteboy.
  • Splicing Failure: If the listener listens closely as Jim Dale says that he hoped you enjoyed Dirty Potter 2, you can just perceive the word "Harry" underneath the word "Dirty".
  • Squick: Likely to happen if you think into the narration too much.

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