Thursday, March 31, 2011
Tuesday, March 29, 2011
Monday, March 28, 2011
Too bad they didn't have one for "I ain't gonna piss in my closet tonight". Would have saved my roommate a lot of embarrassment.
Thursday, March 24, 2011
Tuesday, March 22, 2011
Have you ever walked into a public restroom and seen poop smeared all over the wall? I mean really, what kind of person does sick shit like that? I once walked away from a job when my boss told me to go clean the bathroom (that wasn't part of my normal duties anyway) (yeah, I said "duties" in a post about poo). Anyway, I walked in, opened one of the stall doors, and as far as I could tell, someone's ass just exploded. After gagging hysterically, I simply put my cleaning supplies away neatly, walked out to my car, and drove home. Never to return. No sir, not enough money in the world.
Later on, I got a job working a part of the ground crew for Delta Airlines, and part of my job was to empty the lav toilet on the planes every night. I paid one of my co-workers $10 to do it for me every time. Never did it once. One day the "poop tube" came loose and spilled all over the guy draining it. He looked like a skinny, wet Smurf with bits of turd and toilet paper stuck to him.
At that moment I knew it was money well spent.
My good buddy Charles over at Electorama shot me an email the other day and brought this to my attention. Seems that someone enjoyed my Dragun art piece so much that they decided to swipe it and put it on keychains. Now, I know I should be all pissed and demand that he remove the listing, but I'm actually kinda flattered. Plus, I may or may not have slightly infringed on someone else's intellectual property and/or copyright at some point in time of my art career, so live and let live!
Monday, March 21, 2011
Thursday, March 17, 2011
Friday, March 11, 2011
Wednesday, March 9, 2011
The notes say:
This is a custom figure I purchased about 6 years ago...maker unknown.
Kenner had made prototypes for 3 3/14 inch figures and had already released the 18" Alien that was quickly pulled from the shelves because parents felt it was too frightening for the kiddies.