Thursday, May 15, 2008

Art 2

As I said exactly one month ago (*), doodling makes me happy. It takes intense concentration, so I can't really think while doodling. That's often a good thing. A wonderful, joyous thing.

Other than the platypus, the camel is probably nature's saddest creature. They've got big stupid eyes, a tail that's constantly hanging between their legs like a depressed puppy, and worst of all, two giant fleshy lumps on their back that they can never get rid of.

If this camel could sing, this would be his song:

You don't know how much I need you.
While you're near me I don't feel blue.
And when we kiss I know that you need me too.
I cant believe I found a love thats so pure and true.

But it all was bullshit.
It was a god damn joke.
And when I think of you Linda,
I hope you fucking choke.

I hope you're glad with what you've done to me.
I lay in bed all day long feeling melancholy.
You left me here all alone, tears running constantly.

Oh somebody kill me please,
Somebody kill me plee-ase,
I'm on my knees,
Pretty pretty please kill me.

I want to die.
Put a bullet in my head.

Then he'd be like, "What? Where'd I learn to sing? And who's Linda?"


(*) This observation makes me think that maybe any mood swings revealed in crappy drawings are just male PMS.


Anonymous said...

As I always suspected -- camels listen to The Cure.

sarah said...

Our cycles are in tandem!! Cool!

Phronk said...

Wisdumb: Yeah, totally. They should make a movie about a camel who sings at weddings and does this song.

Sarah: Cool! I think!

Dave Carrol said...

Wow... now that's some deep thought about camels.


Dead Robot said...

I see indie rock band poster!!


limpy99 said...

Just what the world needs, another emo camel.

Anonymous said...

Hey, platypuses rock!!!!

Phronk said...

Platypuses are sad freaks of nature that shouldn't exist, but yeah, they do rock. I'm sure many of them are very nice despite their horrific appearance.