You say overvealous hooker like it's a bad thing!Secondly, good job on the draw-rings! Maybe you can take it up after you abandon science. You will. They all come crawling back...
I like the last one, quite a bit.
very nice, you should get Nolff to grade them!
Ah, I see you've met my sister-in-law. Life is crazy, this is my first visit in a while, it's reaffirmed you're my favourite blog in the whole wide blogosphere. (hey, wanna race to see who gets an iPhone first?)
I hate it when I'm the last to get toys. I'll race ya next year. After I win the lotter. Pffft.http://www.johnwiseman.ca/blogging/technology/apples-new-iphone-availability-in-canada/
Sarah: True. One of my aspirations is to drop everything I'm doing and become a homeless street artist.Butchie: Thanks!Tim: Yeah. Nolff! Grade!Shora: Welcome back to the internet! Where have you been? You should come back and blog...yours was one of the good ones. I'll need some lottery action too if I want an iPhone (and the required $100/month plan that goes with it). Although if it had an 80GB hard drive instead of a measly 8, I'd consider selling my iPod and cell phone and replacing them with it. Good thing we live in crappy Canada and have time to think about it.
Why are you picking on Emo kids? It's not their fault they are cutters. Don't push 'em.
In the words of Willow (from Buffy, not from your apartment): "[It's] A doodle. I do doodle. You too. You do doodle, too."Nice artwork - relatively emo - and reminds me of the monster anime (and sometimes hentai) I used to watch as a kid, along with tentacles galore!
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