fun things you can do with crayons.

September 10, 2008 by

there are so many things one can do with crayons. Homer Simpson has shown us they can be stuck up the nose and removed later for increased brain power. Little Ralph Wiggum ate them. I have melted them down and made casts of my fingers to be looked at and then crushed a short while later. Here are some other ideas:

Shoot Them

Shoot Them

these are pencils, actually

these are pencils, actually

Sculpt Them

it’s all fun and games

September 3, 2008 by

until someone loses an eye. then it’s just a game called ‘lets find the eye’.

I love lamp

September 3, 2008 by

Hey Pom Pom,

Check this ridiculous lamp.

but wait, it gets way better: each one is different according to your folding desires.

observe

i KNOW

xo,

owl

PS- the shelves came today!

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Hey Owl,

I love lamp.

lets see those shelves and their contents!

xoxo,

ibex

Let you entertain me

September 2, 2008 by

I could watch Brock for hours. Lies…I have been watching him for hours. Now it’s your turn to waste some of your precious time on the not so dead art of funny voice imitations. My favorite is a toss up between his Roger Smith and Bobcat Goldthwaite.

Post the rest of those pictures, yo

adventureSPIES: Season 1, Episode 1 (Teaser)

August 29, 2008 by

In Austin, the local fun folks make pilgrimage from various moon-towers to the Alamo for their weird Wednesday spactacular.  Those masters of disguise– adventureSPIES!– were reunited once again just in time for the big show.  Agent OWL posed as a “shaved ice” consumer in plainclothes while Agent IBEX opted to go covert (see slushie suit).

Ibex and Owl, A Natural Habitat.

August 26, 2008 by

Asiatic Ibex

We have plentiful opinions, and ideas that need sharing. The subjects really only pertains to our interests. it’s a selfish endeavor for two unlikely woodland friends who are split by a vast amount of square states.

“This blog,” the Ibex pondered,” is like Stretch Armstrong– with it’s rubbery arms touching across geographical vastness. Where we touch, we talk. When we talk, it is about these things.” The Owl nodded sagely. “In the foggy, blinky world of the internet, little lights twitter too much about the big and loud,” mumbled the Owl. “For all those scrolling miles of windows, two woodland animals should be able to find plenty of space to co-habitate.”

Hello world!

August 26, 2008 by

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