I was there when Cunch got these two guys out of the gumball machine. I begged her not to get them, to just be happy enough with her life the way it is, told her that there’s no way she could know if the toys in there wouldn’t make her life worse, make it less than the perfectly okay that it was currently.
She just looked at me, looked INTO me, knew that I was terrified that she’d like whatever was in them plastic balls so much that she’d forget all about us being best friends, she’d say that whatever googly eyed things she got for her dollar’s worth of quarters was cooler than me, less paranoid of being replaced by inanimate objects.
I fought her on it for a a little while, about an hour, at times physically, but in the end, she did it anyhow, put those quarters in and got those two tiny guys in the photo. She was still laughing and telling them everything when I walked away, and she never turned to see me walking backwards until she was nothing more than a wavey speck on the horizon.
Took me about ten minutes to walk back to her and then we got Jamba Juices.
A few quarters made me two new friends!
Follow this PERSON WHO DRAWS, not only because they do really cool stuff, but because they drew this crab thing that I love.
drawing while i check up on Red Letter Reviews.
i saw a lot of monsters of the sea today
When I show my Hausu shirt I have to kill!
At the meeting place. Snipers in place.
A shot from a place that actually looks like Mirror’s Edge.
JTHM signed headshot prints entering retirement!
One of the first items to go up in my tiny webstore, this print is feeling old and its knees are…
Just like the headline says, guys, there’s some screen prints, they’re for sale, you can buy them, but you’re still gonna die someday. OH WAIT, MAYBE YOU WON’T IF YOU BUY THESE PRINTS! (You will definitely die despite the sales pitch)
The original designs for these were for a ZIM convention that took place last year, but these have been slightly altered so that they’re from the future, just about a thousand years in the future to be exact.
The future rules, ladies and gentleman.
They’re a bit smaller than the original prints, there’s a bit more color, they’re from the future. Also, the chipboard stock they’re screen printed on is so horribly thick that they barely bend and is so heavy, if swung at just the right angle, could probably chop a person’s head off.
If you succeed in chopping a head off with one of these prints, please send photos.
Prints are signed with a general sense of ambivalence.