Moldy Twitter meme. Haven't seen it used in quite a while.
English is a shitty language
Ah, I see you were looking for another name for cho0b.
Yeah, it doesn't hold up to real Engl.
>Milkshake Duck is primarily used by those who are social media savvy and spend a lot of time immersed in internet culture.
Welp, I've definitely never heard of it before. Probably because that's incredibly stupid and random as hell.
The description also tends to make me think it was exclusively a Twitter thing, as this sounds like Cancel Culture obsession to a T: "Wow, they did that? That's pretty cool. Lets see if they're less-than-saints so we can knock them down a peg."
Makes Twitter feel like a less-wordy Kiwi Farms that everyone can get in on.
What happened to this guy anyways? He was like, one of the first to actually put a large and consistent prodution of furry art online.
Don't have a clue. Last I knew of Jeff Axer, he had an account on DeviantArt. "Jayaxer" or something.
Dude active on Twitter now.
Apparently, he also used to work on the Sonic comic by Archie.
>>3622834>Dude active on Twitter now.
I'm glad to see that Jeff Axer is still around and making quality art.