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Books and Comics / Heads (Unknown, Elephant, Tickling, Messy)
« on: March 22, 2019, 04:35:14 AM »
Found a rather interesting one in a picture book called Heads by Matthew Van Fleet. (See here.) I've posted two images, but the funny thing about this one is that in order to properly "experience" it, you really have to have the book itself. See, the book has pull tabs, and you pull the tab to "make" the elephant sneeze. (Though I suppose you could sorta create the same effect by clicking between tabs on your browser.)

Click for full-size images.

Books and Comics / If You Give a Mouse a Brownie (M, Mouse, Wetness)
« on: September 14, 2018, 02:12:29 AM »
Been a while since I've found anything in a picture book, but found this while reading If You Give a Mouse a Brownie, a followup to the classic If You Give a Mouse a Cookie (now a TV series on Amazon) and the first sequel in the series to feature the Mouse character instead of another animal. Anyway, if you give a mouse a brownie, a madcap series of events will lead to him wanting to throw a rock concert. While putting up the flyers for it, it rains, and if it does, he might make a paper boat out of one of the flyers and get so wet, it causes him to sneeze.

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Just recently discovered this cute little cartoon on DVD, and quickly found this online -

Nelly & Caesar want to go outside and play in the snow, but the mouse Nelly can't because she has a cold. Sneezes at 0:30, 1:31, 2:13 and 4:04.

Got two from this charmer of a film that is currently the best reviewed film ever at Rotten Tomatoes:

2:29 - baby Paddington, after being fished out of the river by Aunt Lucy, sneezes, likely due to being "wet/cold." She describes him as "rather small and rather sneezy, but he likes his marmalade."

1:26:10 - Paddington, riding atop a train, emerges from a tunnel and sneezes away coal dust that's covering his face.

I Found Something! / Llama Llama (M+F, Llamas and Sheep)
« on: April 12, 2018, 03:28:38 AM »
Right, I've been sitting on this for a while, but around of January, Netflix released its animated television series based on the Llama Llama books. Those that follow the books section will likely know about Llama Llama Home with Mama in which both little Llama and his Mama Llama are home sick with a cold. Well, the television series adapts the story for the television format - a bit more realistically too. In this installment, Llama just starting to get over his cold, but is still sneezing and stuff a fair bit and has to stay home one more day. At the end of the story, Mama is coming down with it.

Llama Llama - 12:18, 11:42 (three in a row), 9:43 (held sneeze, and hilarious face as he does so), 9:31, 9:25 (also seen in the show's intro) 7:26

Mama Llama - 2:19, 2:13 (three in a row, rapid-fire), 2:02 (four in a row this time)

We've also got "Sleepover at Gilroy's" - in this one, Euclid (a sheep) is up late with allergies.

15:17, 15:11, 15:07, 15:02 (offscreen), 14:59

Note - all times listed are times remaining in the respective episodes rather than the time into them, because that's how Netfix displays it to me. Also, as far as I know right now this is only on Netflix, being a Netflix Original - I don't know of any other place to find it, other than that the theme song is here - and here's a clip of "Home With Mama" here - - but I believe with only one sneeze.

So this series was just posted to Amazon the other day after only being a couple of specials for quite a while. Episode 10 is "Something to Squawk About / If You Give a Moose a Cold, though the title display at the beginning reads simply "Sick Day." All of Oliver and Mouse's friends - Moose, Pig, Dog and Cat get a cold and there are sneezes from three out of four of them.

Moose - 11:48, 14:40

Pig - 15:06 (offscreen), 15:23 (double)

Dog - 18:33

Also,  beginning 15:49, a scene-changer depicted many boxes of tissues is used, and each time it's accompanied by a high-itched sneeze.

As far as I know, this is only available on Amazon right now, for those either on Prime or Amazon Video.

I Found Something! / Little Wolf's Book of Badness [M, Wolf, Allergy]
« on: September 24, 2017, 01:20:56 AM »
When Little Wolf's parents find that lately he's been being too good - doing stuff like brushing his teeth and fur and going to bed early without being asked, they decide to send him to be schooled by his uncle, Bigbad, to learn the 9 rules of badness.

During his adventure, Little Wolf encounters a fox named Mr. Twister who seems to have it out for Bigbad. He's also apparently allergic to him because every time he encounters him, he sneezes.

Sneezes at 3:33, 3:45, 16:56, 22:59

The special is available on DVD, for those that have Prime/Amazon Video, or at cost on YouTube and other services. Don't know of any free video currently, other than the Amazon one, and I don't think we have any to download off of that.

When the Grumpy Bunny is asked to play Santa Claus for a group of young bunnies by his crush, Lilac, he reluctantly agrees, but finds it to some degree a hassle because his feet are tired, the kids are sometimes cranky, and one of them sneezes on his beard. Not really sure why, though it may be because the beard is tickly.

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Seems at some point Hulu added a new batch of episodes of this show. I'm watching the first episode of the second season now and found this. Zou and one his friends are playing knights, with Zou's grandpa as a wizard. They're pretending to sneak past a dragon, which is actually Zou's bird, Poc, but the grandpa sneezes, waking the "dragon." Happens around 5:02.

The show airs on Sprout in the United States.

Hulu -

I haven't been able to find any other video and since I don't know if it's possible for anyone here to download stuff from Hulu, I'll mark this as "unlocated" for now.

I Found Something! / We're Going On a Bear Hunt (U, Bear, Cold)
« on: March 06, 2017, 03:53:56 AM »
A special I discovered on Amazon, based on a popular children's picture book. When a girl named Rosie is told that there are no bears in the area of her home by her older brother, Stan, she asks how he can know if he's never been out looking for them. So she, he, their dog and other siblings all go out on a bear hunt, over hills and through streams ("Can't go over it, can't go under it, gotta go through it"), perhaps never expecting to actually find one. When Rosie does encounter the fearsome bear in a dark cave, what does it do? It sneezes, apparently because it's cold. She gives it a tissue and shares food with it and they are soon happily snuggling together. Sneezes at 16:08 and 16:19.

Special available by searching by title on Amazon, YouTube video here -

Found another one in this series. In 17:44 in "Get Back" (follows "With a Little Help from My Friends"), Jay sneezes a couple of times, apparently due to an allergy to "California grass." Happens again starting around 18:51 then again maybe about 10 seconds later as the "Get Back" song starts for the same reason.

So I recently got a new Roku TV and it comes with a bunch of different channel apps. One of them is called Toon Goggles and it has a bunch of free cartoons on it. Anyway, I ended up watching this - Boing! The Play Ranger. In the episode I saw, "Save the Water Festival," there's a monkey called Mongbar who has a bit of a cold. He sneezes around 3:23 -

Christmas special based on the classic children's picture books. One of two installments of an animated series of the franchise available on Amazon. In the special, Mouse and Moose (of If You Give a Moose a Muffin) are trying to get a sled out of a garage, but it's all dusty and the dust causes Moose to sneeze enormously.

28:47 - - original Amazon video - can only access if you have either Amazon Prime or Amazon Video

23:47 - - YouTube rip - somewhat cropped to try to prevent detection, I suspect. Might still be worth grabbing before it's gone, though, as I don't think anyone here as capable to clip from Amazon videos.

Okay, so this is a relatively new children's CGI animated series on Netflix with a rather interesting premise. The show is focused around a group of insects, with each story based around a song by The Beatles, which is featured within the story.

In this installment, "Dr. Robert," the character Buzz, a fruit fly who's the youngest of the group, has a cold and doesn't want to see the doctor because she's scared. Sneezes from her throughout, as well as from a cat (non-anthro) and at least one from another bug at the doctor's office.

I'm putting this down as "unlocated" for now, since, as far as I know, we don't have any way to get clips from videos off of Netflix. I also spotted a couple of sneezes in earlier installments, but hadn't bothered posting it here until now because it didn't really seem like much. However, I'll probably go back eventually and post those.

P.S.: For those that have Netflix, I highly recommend the show. Besides this episode, which is great, the show is definitely a treat if you like the music of The Beatles and especially if you enjoy this type of show in general.

Nearly at the end of this series, but found another in "Backyard Bugs." Sammy the skunk is sniffing some flowers and sneezes, presumably from the pollen. - starts about 5:08

Books and Comics / Bella: The Fairy Ball [F, Rabbit, Fairy Dust]
« on: December 25, 2016, 08:03:03 PM »
Bella wants to visit the fairies to attend the fairy ball, but she's too big. So they give her magic dust to shrink her down. It does so, but it also makes her sneeze, as does the dust that brings her back to regular size later on.

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A series about group of young anthropomorphic animals who explore actual real-life wild animals. Benita the Beaver and Skip the Rabbit are lying relaxing on a sandy beach when their fellow explorers Sammy the Skunk and Izzy the Owl run through and over the, kicking up sand. The sand in Benita's nose causes her to sneeze. Benita has a sort-of black button nose, but I still think it's not bad because the sneezing sound she makes is really cute. - Time is approximately 1:33 into the video.

I've been going through the complete series on DVD, so I'll keep my eyes out for more. It also appears to all be on YouTube now.

Books and Comics / When Your Elephant Has the Sniffles (Upcoming)
« on: October 12, 2016, 02:41:32 AM »
Okay, so this one hasn't actually been released yet and wont' be until summer of next year (July 2017), but I think it might be worth keeping an eye on.

When Your Elephant Has the Sniffles - -

"When your elephant has the sniffles, you better make sure he doesn’t sneeze! This charming and hilarious board book highlights the many ways to make an under-the-weather elephant feel better!

Does your elephant have the sniffles? Make sure to take good care of him because you don’t want him to start sneezing. Gather up your tissues and your pillows and make that elephant feel better! But don’t get too close…or you just might end up with the sniffles, too!"

Is being released alongside another similar title by the same author/illustrator combo - When Your Lion Needs a Bath

Okay, so this is a Jim Henson puppet show that apparently originally aired in Britain and is now on Hulu in the United States. I'm not really sure what the Hoobs are other than aliens, but they're definitely very furry. In this episode, Iver, a purple Hoob with a green nose, has a bad cold. Multiple sneezes from Iver throughout starting from a little ways in. There's also an animated story with several animals that have a cold. Also, an amusing bit in which the other Hoobs want to sneeze just like Iver because they find the sound funny, though Iver warns them that they really don't want to catch his cold. - YouTube - purchasable - Hulu - No access unless you're logged in and currently subscribed to Hulu. - Tubitv - must disable any Adblocker you have.

Alright, so I've been rewatching episodes of this show, thanks to Disney Junior, who's kindly made episodes of the show available on their online service, Anyway, I found one in the story "Pooh Loses His Shirt." It's really random - Pooh has lost his usual red shirt and so Raccoon offers him some of other shirts to try. For some reason, one of the shirts makes Pooh sneeze, possibly a reference to the floral pattern on the shirt.

YouTube video here at approximately 7:52 -
Watch Disney Junior, about 19:30 -

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