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aka TJ Harrison
is a 37.81 year old
and has been a part of the Threadless community for 8 years, 9 months!
has scored 226 submissions, giving an average score of 2.64, helping 3 designs get printed.
posted 8 years, 8 months ago in submission 4 Comments
posted 8 years, 8 months ago in general 1 Comment
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King of the Hills
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posted 8 years, 7 months ago in Birthday Blues
a much shorter explination of the same thing:
She thought an axe would work better.
has nothing to do with emo or violence... that's your own personal inturptations. you need to look inward to see why you saw it that way and if you're tired of it, change the way you see things.
I suppose I should explain this now, though it's plenty fun w/o the explination.
I had a dream about a friend giving advice in story/moral format one of the stories she told (in my dream) was this:
I went to a birthday party not too long ago and sat through a lot of boring stuff, waiting to cut the cake.
when the time came to cut the cake I got the drop on people by using an axe. normally, it would have been an advantage to all those people holding their knives waiting to go cut-cut because an axe usually goes chop-chop, job done... this time the axe went swqish. cake flew everywhere and all those people were very upset becaue now there was no cake to cut with the knives they had been holding for so long.
I went to the hostess and apologiezed in many ways until one of them finally worked. so then she asked me why I had used the axe and I told her many reasons untill she finaly believed one of them. I tried to turn to leave when she asked me where I got the axe. I smiled, handed her the axe and said 'you', then quickly left.
I was told later that she looked at the axe and quietly said to herself 'I shouldn't give axes to people I don't know'.
naturally I had to email her the dream and make an illustration to go with it XD
so, as you can see, the illustration is about a simple mistake in judgement, something we can all relate to...
it's a 16mm fish-eye lens looking down on her because she's... um... vertically challenged.
posted 8 years, 8 months ago in Punk Fairy
erm, yeah... I don't think Adobe invented these symbols.
"Thanks Adobe, now we can warn people this is flamable... it will save so many lives"
posted 8 years, 8 months ago in warnflake