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Well then I'd like to order a large thick crust Pepperoni Pizza and a 2 liter bottle of Pepsi please. Oh and include some extra cheese packets.

I never did get my pizza. heh

I never did get my pizza. heh heh

re: hot wallpaper

Reason number 3702 why just having the ability to install a graphic app does not make you a graphic designer.

Although I admit, "Butt Ugly Wallpapers" doesn't have the same headline grabbing effect as "Hot Wallpapers".

//will the swirling madness never end?//

re: cold water

Viewing a graphical presentation doesn't make you an art connoisseur either.

re: connoisseur

Wrong my canine conundrum - I got a A- in Art History back in my Uni days, so I know butt ugly when I see it (I would have got a A but I was more interesting in studying the lovely Isadora, my Italian study partner, then I was in taking good notes).

Looking Marvelous

vonskippy wrote:
Wrong my canine conundrum - I got a A- in Art History back in my Uni days, so I know butt ugly when I see it (I would have got a A but I was more interesting in studying the lovely Isadora, my Italian study partner, then I was in taking good notes).

Me too! The teacher said my finger painting was superb! I guess the old saying is true... beauty is in the eye of the beholder.

re: re: connoisseur

Oh no! Now vonskippy's posting his college grades. What next? Probably the blue ribbon he won in the 3rd. grade dodgeball competition Smile

re: stuff

I made a impression of my hand in salzteig and painted it orange when I was 4 or so.

Would you like to see a photo of it?

Hand Turkey

vonskippy wrote:
I made a impression of my hand in salzteig and painted it orange when I was 4 or so.

Would you like to see a photo of it?

I once made a turkey out of my hand print. It looked real pretty too. Big Grin

http://i.ehow.com/images/a05/1m/h7/draw-turkey-kids-800X800.jpg

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