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« on: February 04, 2009 11:42:49 PM »

I'm pretty sure that the other real art in this section are pointing and laughing at this post, giving it wedgies and tying its shoelaces together under the table. There might be a "kick me" sign on its back, too.

But anyway.

I love to doodle and goof around with the ridiculous things in my head.  A few weeks ago I was admiring this post: http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=289248.0 and it inspired me to post some of my own silly doodles I've done. I don't have any cool programs, so I use the Graffiti application on Facebook. Tongue That's right. I'm a little ashamed. Roll Eyes


Careful, he reads the last page first.

I LOVE PUNS! It's true.

Too short. Poor guy.

I had a cousin who used to shine a flashlight in people's faces while asking this question!

Borderline toooo cheesy. Eh... I'll let it slide.

With my extreme love of puns comes a love for running gags. I mean, I like to run a good joke into the ground. Luckily for me, so do my friends. Phew!  A couple friends and I have been making ice puns for years now, thanks to a "Delicious Dish" skit from SNL:

Teri Rialto:  And, actually, I don't know if you noticed, there are many different kinds of ice.
Margaret Jo McCullen: You're absolutely right. There's cubed ice.
Teri Rialto: Crushed ice.
Margaret Jo McCullen: Cracked ice.
Teri Rialto: Shaved ice.
Margaret Jo McCullen: Shaved ice? I didn't know ice could grow a beard!
[ they laugh ]
Teri Rialto: That's funny! Did you just think of that right now?
Margaret Jo McCullen: No, I thought of it last night and wrote it down.

So we've been sending graffitied ice puns back and forth... a sampling:

Okay, I hope you've enjoyed this kiddie pool of artistic nonsense. Back to work, you serious artists with actual talent!  Wink Thanks for looking!


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« Reply #1 on: February 05, 2009 04:07:59 AM »

I love your art and your delightful sense of humor... yeah, I said delightful.  So I'm a middle-aged woman... sue me.  Anyway; thanks for the giggles before work.

« Reply #2 on: February 08, 2009 04:36:16 PM »

I love Facebook Graffiti, it's the best application ever.  Your comics make me grin.  I like the Cello Salad one especially.

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