i think i can accurately say that i can crush a man’s head with my thighs
Things Dumbledore Did That’d Be Creepy If You Did them
Hey can we give a round of applause to Dr. Doofenshmirtz? All of his inventions worked and were pretty legit. If only Perry the platypus didn’t come and screw it up. And Dr. Doofenshmirtz wasn’t even a threat to society. Like he invents an Age Accelerator-inator so his family’s special cheese will age faster. Like come on Agent P. Just let him do it.
He let him do the cheesse thing. But the cheesse was so good, Perry ate it. Yeah, he can be an asshole sometimes
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Long-ish answer, here. As a beginner my conception of creative writing was that it involved complete freedom and experimenting with wild forms of expression. Facing that, I was swamped. Too much freedom dissipated any energy from my work. What I needed were some hard-and-fast rules to hold me in check. I could still depict wild things so long as I stayed within the distinctions of Minimalism. The multitude of rules made me hyperaware of every choice I made in a story. They kept me focused, and In workshop our teacher, Tom Spanbauer, would stop students mid-story to make them defend their use of a single word. So you always had to have a sound logical reason for every aspect of your work.
Since writing ‘Pygmy’ I’ve been experimenting with fancier language, but I still stay within the basic, rigid framework of Minimalism.
The Carbonite never bothered me anyway
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him: babe come over
me: i cant im practicing medicine
him: but theres a conga line here
KH - Perry the Platypus (Page 6)
The painting is still very sloppy for some reason (I need to find another technique :( ), but I liked the composition on this page.