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10 Jun 19:00

I Think There's More Room on the Top


And I thought we did well moving one couch in a car.

couches,cars,moving,funny,g rated,there I fixed it

Submitted by: Unknown

01 Jun 18:28

6 Ways the World Wasn’t Built for Lefties [Video]

by Geeks are Sexy

The world just wasn’t designed for lefties. This senseless oppression must come to an end!


26 May 19:00

Art Nouveau Katniss Everdeen [Artwork]

by Lauren Berkley

Katniss Everdeen, the Girl on Fire, gets the art nouveau treatment by none other than the lovely, talented Megan Lara!

katniss-the-girl-on-fire_megan lara

You can also purchases shirts and prints!

[Via Megan Lara]

03 Jun 04:01

The Kama Sutra Of Sleep Part 2

by admin

By popular demand, the print of this comic is now available in our Society6 shop, with sizes from that range from 7″ x 10″ all the way up to 28″ x 40″!

Even stretched canvas, oooh!:

Or if you’d rather have a setting-appropriate piece of merch…

Holy Shit!

Now you can try out all of the moves with your bed buddy! ..Even if that’s the pillow.

Especially if that’s the pillow.

28 May 21:00

‘Stop excusing yourself from living the life you want to live’

by Kevin Melrose

bendis“… if you truly want to do what you say you want to do get the fuck over yourself, get over this list of crap you have put in between you and a piece of paper, and just start writing.

there are millions of people in the world who are experts, certified PhD level experts, at setting themselves up to fail. if that’s who you want to be, that is absolutely fine. but you have to stop talking about it and be who you are.

but if you’re telling me that you have a voice, there is no one in the world other than you who is going to be able to make that voice heard. no one’s going to come over your house and sprinkle magic dust on you to make you the writer you want to be. you have to sit down and start writing.

stop excusing yourself from living the life you want to live.”

Brian Michael Bendis, responding on his blog to an aspiring creator
whose request for advice was couched within “seven excuses to fail as a writer