On Monday, The Wall St Journal reported that an animated milk tea cartoon was coming to YouTube and that it would feature a man who has a “milk-filled face” and “milky skin” with “a red nose and mouth”.
The video features the cartoon’s creator, who is known as “Gino”, as he sings along to a song and says: “Milk tea…
I love milk tea.”
Ginobao’s latest video is titled “Milking Milk Tea”, which features the character of the fictional character of “Gina” (the same character that appeared in “Milks” as a character in “Honey Lemonade”).
Ginol says that he has been working on the animation since he was 11 years old.
“I’ve always wanted to make cartoons, I’m a fan of music,” he said in a statement.
“But when I started to work on this cartoon I thought, ‘Oh, I could make a movie that would make me happy.'”
Ginogo says the milk tea animation is based on his grandmother’s cooking, which she learned from her father, who was a farmer.
Ginocano is also responsible for the “Milky Milk Tea” YouTube video that was first released in 2014, which featured an elderly woman, a “white guy”, and an old lady who was cooking a milk tea.
Gina, who appeared in Honey Lemonade as a recurring character, is a character who was created in the ’70s by Japanese artist Tetsuya Matsumoto and was originally meant to appear in “Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon” (The Sailor’s Kiss).
Gina is a white woman who is described as being about 50 years old, with a white nose and a red nose.
She is also described as having “a very good voice”.
Gina’s appearance in “Mamoru Oshii’s Bishoujos Kiss” (Love and War) was based on the character from the original manga series.
In 2016, the animated series “Milkers Milk Tea Cartoon” was released, featuring a female character with a “green” face, which is “a lot more fun to watch than a milk-filled one”.
Ginowao has been drawing a number of animated cartoons, including one for the BBC called “Ginseng Milk Tea”.