Dang it auto-correct! Has this happened to anyone else???
Just kidding, this was made by Bento artist, Brit Kimmins! Happy “TUNA Tuesday!”
ughhhhh hurrrrrrrry new season!!!
These ‘90s BFF duos taught us the ins and outs of style. Which was your fave?
these are a few of my faaaaavourite things…
I bent my wookie. #woohooto #woohootrivia #woohoosimpsonstrivia
64 slices of American cheese #woohooto #woohootrivia #woohoosimpsonstrivia
You can call them Whitey Whackers #woohooto #woohootrivia #woohoosimpsonstrivia
I put all the comics from being home in one place, three long image files, as usual. Click to read:
I am sad to leave again, like a lot of us are when we go from where we came from. I hope that my family times give you a chuckle, and that your family is well. I hope to heaven that your family doesn’t talk about butts as much as mine does.
It’s possible that Kate Beaton’s dad is my new favourite comic character.
A word on “creepy”: I know it gets thrown around a lot without necessarily being explained, so I’ll take a crack at it.
Berry bad dog
"I eat fruit flavoured Chapstick so my burps smell like strawberries"
this is bad?? this sounds SO preferable to the smells that come from Taco’s mouth
for christmas last year, my brother got me a Nepal Dog portrait! These are his three finished portraits (i chose the bottom). best gift ever.
My response to this happiness, naturally, was to worry that I was in the grip of something diseased and bad and wrong. An addiction. Every morning, driving to an office I’d borrowed in Santa Cruz, I would wrestle with the urge to stop and bird for “a few minutes.” Seeing a good bird made me want to stay out and see more good birds. Not seeing a good bird made me sour and desolate, for which the only cure was, likewise, to keep looking.
Jonathan Franzen, “My Bird Problem,” The Discomfort Zone
"Of the many things I was afraid of in those days - spiders, insomnia, fish hooks, school dances, hardball, heights, bees, urinals, puberty, music teachers, dogs, the school cafeteria, censure, older teenagers, jellyfish, locker rooms, boomerangs, popular girls, the high dive - I was probably most afraid of my parents."
- Jonathan Franzen, “Then Joy Breaks Through,” The Discomfort Zone
I’m going home in a week, so I am excited about that. I was home a while ago for something and drew a few things.