I hear ya....those breasts look like they could kill someone :D...hum, besides the smiley faces, I will have to cut down on the LOLcat posts on my blog for you.:DThanks for the heads up....and I appreciate you sharing with all of us!Have a great weekend.Cheers!
CATS? BIG BREASTS? *shakes head sadly* Well, okay, just more for me then.
Actually cat's big breasts REALLY scare me!
OK, now I am going to have nightmares ab out big breasts! It looks like she could knock herself out with those things.
Those breasts ARE the scariest thing in this post!Love your blog and your art - happy I stumbled upon youSue:)Okay Blogger is playing games - the word verification is "titypoo" LOL
Hmmm...I do recall a blog a bit back about a job that required no pants, just some sparkly Undies :)So, I'm thinking you MUST explain leaving the house with no pants MR. B!! :)~Tee Hee!!
Totally hilarious!!! you always make me laugh!!!Kathren
I can relate to most of your fears. .except poor rotting JOL's are rather forlorn.. .we give them a personality, then toss them aside when they are no longer amusing.The dummies and 60's hairdos have a couple of things in common. .they are both full of air, and neither can move on their own. .except after midnight when it is dark and stormy. . .Having spent hundreds of hours in woods alone, taking photos, the only time that I have ever been apprehensive was when I encountered another human.strange,but true.Cats scare you. .that surprises me, since I see such similarities. .both of you are independent thinkers, ingenious, and can find the element of fun in most situations. Hmmmm, maybe it is the similarities that are scary. . .But by far the scariest thing on your list is the image of that girl, 40 years from now, when her backbone and muscles lose the strength to hold those babies above her waist. .eeeuuuwwww. .now I've got to figure out something to do to get THAT horror out of my head.
Does Vergie know about this?? Your fear of cats that is...hehe And your fear of leaving the house without pants reminds me of the story that she told us at GG about what happened to her in a hotel in Palm Springs.I love coming here to your blog Mr. Bezek.......you always make me giggle!
Apt and terrifying illustrations. The fears on your list that I did not share previously, I am NOW frightened of.
All very scary items indeed.... I want to make a horror movie about a villain who subjects his victims to their more existential fears. Like, he forces them to experience loneliness, feelings of inadequacy, or a loss of independence. Perhaps my hero will finally defeat the villain by filling him with self-doubt. It will be the most existential horror flick of all-time!
Okay, I can see your point about large hooters but what scares me is they will float.
Haha - how funny! Love it!
All I could think was that girl's back must be killing her!
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