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Rubber Men Return in 'Tron: Legacy' Animator's Latest Installment of The "going to the store" Saga

Take a trip with the rubber men from the streets of Tokyo to the aquatic seas.

The inexplicable viral sensation going to the store has received its third installment in time for sushi, and it is oddity at its finest. This short film features a gaggle of naked rubber men in Tokyo frantically flailing and contorting until the clan takes to the sea –where the naked model’s animations are rendered in calming, aquatic aerobics. This marks the latest release from Tron: Legacy animator David Lewandowski in three years since late for meeting, the prequel to time for sushi.

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