1. Promise never to remix "Avast Your Ass"
2. Remix it anyway
3. Go to Glazes youtube page and rip the living Yay of the song
+ I didn't know that you can glitch "yay.wav"
Project Total Time:
3 Hours, 42 Minutes
Song tittle: Avast Tei's Robotic Buttocks
Remixer: TeiThePony & Glaze
Original Artist: Kitsune^2
Link to the Original one:
Original Art by ABluSkittle:
Link to Glaze:
Link to Kitsune^2:
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