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danielodowd:

Kenneth A. Gleason


grizzlywintz:

alicia-mb:

Just one of those things that I always wondered about. Stags and otters are all very well, but what if you end up with a tiny chameleon or giant blue whale? I mean, it could be a giant tub of nutella…

Anyway, so glad I got around to doing this pic -drawing the less attractive animals was awesome.

Popped it up on Redbubble because they have tote bags and cushions now which is just wow - can grab it also on cards or posters - check it out here!

chubbymon

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megablaziken:

fuck you, bacon

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monkeysaysficus:

bornite

It’s because of a witch all along eh? Thank you Miss Witch, thank you.

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comicsanstimlaurence:

Liz and Philip aren’t regulars here but I couldn’t resist…

zyfazix asked:
1 3 and 8

1. A selection of television programs you do not care for.

Hannibal, Supernatural, Attack on Titan

3. Already answered that one.

8. Popular video games that make you go “meh”.

Most war games (COD, etc.), basically all MMORPGs


monkeysaysficus asked:
For your question thingy: all the prime numbers!

2. A selection of musical artists you do not care for. 

Akon, Magic!, Sia, Ed Sheeran, Jason Derulo

3. A selection of celebrities you couldn’t care less about.

The Kardashians, most music artists tbh, Nicole Ritchie

5. A habit you find disgusting.

Spitting.

7. Your favourite household chore.

Laundry.

11. A sport you really like, for whatever reason.

Swimming.

13. Musical artists you love but have gotten shit for liking.

Black Eyed Peas, Train

17. The household chore that makes you want to shoot your own face off.

Not a chore per say, but pulling hair out of the tub drain. Makes me violently nauseous. 

19. A celebrity crush that maybe even you don’t understand.

Hmm… I can’t think of any off the top of my head.


How to Survive a trip to IKEA

kedreeva:

  • Never go alone- bring a partner. Travel in pairs
  • Before entering, ensure that someone not entering knows you are going in, and when you expect to be out
  • Before entering, determine the cause of your mission- your mission objective. Bookcase? Couch? Oven? Meatballs? Figure it out
  • Upon entering, locate The Path
  • Do not disengage from The Path until you have reached your mission destination. Many have been lost forever to the wilds of IKEA by not obeying this. Very few are ever located again by the sparse store employees.
  • Upon reaching your mission destination, you may disengage from The Path ONLY when accompanied by your partner (physical contact should be maintained- ie, holding hands, holding shirt sleeve, both holding an end of a rope, etc)
  • When you disengage from The Path to acquire the data for your mission objective (ie, the item number for the bookcase, couch, meatballs, etc), it becomes your partner’s responsibility to maintain visual contact with The Path. Much like weeping angel statues, The Path will move if not actively being watched. This will strand you and your partner in the wilds of IKEA, so ensure you choose a partner wisely.
  • Upon acquiring the mission objective data (ie the item number), navigate back to The Path. You may disengage physical contact with your partner once you have safely returned to The Path
  • Do not leave The Path again. It will naturally end at the warehouse/stock section. This is a long, huge hall with many branches.
  • At the entrance of the warehouse section, acquire a cart if necessary. Using your item coordinates, locate your mission objective. Do not leave the main hallway except for the branch where your item is located. Like The Path, the wilds of IKEA sometimes sneak up on travelers that wander the warehouse section
  • Once your item has been loaded, head to the check out section. Do not touch anything in the boxes along the way. They appear to be full of candles or stuffed animals or useful kitchenware; it is a ruse. They are carnivorous.
  • After checking out, exit to the loading area. Load your item, and leave.
  • Do not look in your rearview mirror as you leave. It shouldn’t pursue you if you don’t look back.
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