This is a series of small MOC's inspired by Gary Larson's "The Far Side." They will be filled with EXCRUCIATINGLY terrible puns on death, skeletons, body parts, etc. So view at your own discretion!
I'm planning on several of these. Please don't feel obligated to leave reviews, though commentary is certainly welcome and appreciated at any time. This is basically just a chance for me to throw together some quick, fun stuff while I'm working on larger, more time consuming projects.
this is outrageous! who gave you these pics! i can t be seen like this! lol! i used to work at 4 am,
and this is what i used to look like when i got up at 3 am! i was feeling like a zombie alright! good show!
(We got ya' comment right here, Pal) No, really...very cool miniKitchen! Looks a lot like me staggering around at 4am in my long underwear (there's a visual you all REALLY didn't need). BTW...Dennis has put a price (no pun intended) out on your head...but then what will you use for a paperweight? Need more coffee...I'll deal with you later.
As humorous as always! Coffee is really essential for human being - and for skeleton being! Thank you for your comment on the 'Wrath', I posted it also on flickr, so you can add it as a favorite for coming back again. - Kevin
I've never understand english humor... Though I believe you are American ;). You are a great photographer, so let me push your limits. Could you take the pic in a way that the coffee is in the front and you see the skeleton in the background? ~M
Hmmm, I wonder how a male skeleton deals with that morning thing.... Lee.
I like it
December 9, 2009
Its back! you started it up again cant wait for more this series is awesome
I like it
December 9, 2009
The joke is clever but it's that kitchen that just blows me away! The cabinets, the microwave, EVERYTHING! I'm a fan of interiors and this one rocks my socks off. Now get in there and bake me a pie, woman!
Your stuff is really good, but you probably already knew that. I saw that you are commenting on random creations for numbers or something? and saying "Merry ChristMOCs." Is it something that I can be involved in possibly? It sounds nice.
These are always great. Just putting this out there: a pun is the lowest form of wit, but wit is the highest form of humour. Therefore puns are more highbrow than you think. Though you wouldn't think so to read Phipson's or Kelso's.
Someone once was quoted saying that puns are the lowest and least intelligent form of humor; that person obviously has never seen one of Phipson's MOCS! Personally, I think that good pun's can be some the funniest and most well thought out jokes around. After seeing this, I think I'll go with the quote...Hahaha. Love the detail on this and of course it's HIGH-LARIOUS! I'm off to catch up on the previous installments and then curl up in the fetal position and sob until you to post the next one...~H