“Catch me if you can find me,” says the cat at the vet’s office. Once I saw a post on Bored Panda (boredpanda.com) about all the different hiding places cats will try when at the veterinary office and that inspired this drawing.
Band-Aids, or plasters as they’re called in the UK, in the minds of children are essentially body stickers. The more merchandise pictures on them the more chance they will be misused. My preference is “if there isn’t a lot of blood, don’t bother”.
Almost done with the month and I’m dragging along here. Here is a drawing for “ride” that is based on someone I saw in my town. First of all: WHY? Second of all: Do you or do you not have any concern for your life?
Without further ado:
When thinking about a funny take on the word coat, I thought it would be amusing to find a funny Latin motto to go with a made-up family crest. So here is “Bibo ergo sum”: I drink therefore I am, complete with wine cups and grapes.
Which light green square is the darkest? See below image for the answer.
Answer: They are all the same. This is an optical illusion that shows that color is all relative to its surroundings. Search “chubb illusion color squares” and see lots more examples.
Have you ever tried an insect lollipop? It’s the treat of the future.
This happened to me this morning so it’s fresh on my mind (or shall I say face).