Because I was curious about the Can We Guess Who You Are quiz that’s been making the rounds.
Here is our best guess at who you are:
1. You are male.
2. You are currently in your mid fifties, still working hard and enjoying every minute of it.
3. You are starting to go bald, but you don’t care about it as much as you thought you would when you were younger. You still have your good looks, your gray eyes and your sense of humor.
4. You have a beautiful loving family, great life-long friends, even the doctor is happy with your annual check up!
5. Things are generally good, and you just wish they’ll stay that way for much, much longer.
Fifties? FIFTIES??? Just because I don’t drink?
Also, I am not Combeferre, damn you. I still have a full head of hair, and yes, I would care very much if it started going thin.
A couple of idle pen-and-marker doodles I did while sitting on the patio with my dogs this evening. Any strange marks/wrinkles you may or may not see were caused by Schuyler trying to help.
John Brosio is a painter based out of sunny Pasadena, California, USA. Brosio’s work has a very subtle humorous element that caught my attention, and I definitely appreciate his wit in combination with this awesome painting abilities. What the hell do you do when a giant octopus is just chilling on top of your house?
Do I have to bring this back?
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Friends, listen to this. It takes 10 seconds and will drastically improve the quality of your existence.
WHAT WAS THAT WHAT HAPPENED
EVERYONE LISTEN TO THE THING AND PERHAPS TOGETHER WE CAN EXPLAIN WHY VALJEAN
I’m bringing this back
I am constitutionally incapable of scrolling past this without listening to it at least three times.
This is probably the best part of tenlittlebullet’s audio collection of Les Mis bloopers and other
Artist Telmo Pieper Repaints His Own Childhood Drawings
Previously: Everyday Objects Turned Into Creative Illustrations
That snail is so adorable!!!
Zheng Chunhui, a famous Chinese wood carver spent 4 years engineering this master piece from a single tree. Based on a famous Chinese painting “Along the River During the Quingming Festival” the carving echoes the daily life of the 12th century Chinese local. The level of detail is stunning!
I have a print of the original scroll, which was crazy detailed enough. This takes it to a whole new level of insane.
Joly trying to get Bossuet to make them breakfast because he doesn’t waaaaaant tooooo. And Bossuet’s like, “All right, but you have to at least crack the eggs, because if I crack them, they’ll have gone bad.” And Joly argues that that doesn’t make any sense, because if they’ve gone bad then they’re already bad, come on, just make them. So Bossuet makes some comment about Schrodinger’s Eggs and Joly starts laughing and drops the entire carton on the floor.
Schrodinger’s Eggs. Yes.