You know, that could be an interesting name fora superhero team.
Or a Hispanic superhero with the name of Beau Nicolai Rice. His superhero name is, of course, Bo 'n' Arroz.
That is awesomely hilarious!Chozon1 wrote: Now all I can picture is a set of superhero twins, one of which fires the other from a giant bow...
I have heard of them, but I don't think I've ever tried them. Actually, I just looked them up, and they are a form of gum. I absolutely despise gum.Chozon1 wrote: Razzles?
Because it's sticky and messy and idiots tend to stick used gum to every known surface instead of properly disposing it. It isn't even a real food, since you're not supposed to swallow it. It is pretty much a pointless product that can actually do more harm than good. Kind of like cigarettes, another product that I loathe.
Definitely! So write it up, man! There is your idea for NaNoWriMo this year!
You can always write a superhero novel instead, and it it does well enough someone else can turn it into a comic book. It could be an interesting challenge, at least!Chozon1 wrote: ↑Mon Jan 08, 2018 8:30 am I swallow my gum pretty much all the time. So I do treat it like food. <3
My problem is, I think that needs to be a comic, and I can draw with slightly less worth than beans. XD But I'ma store the idea away, as I think it would be hilarious.
Setting up new calendars?
No, my name is Todd.
They're puzzling! Some can be quite fun, but a rare few can be pointless, or annoyingly difficult.JesusIsLord713 wrote:Puzzles?
Sadly, yes. And there are many artists who are doing just that. I remember hearing about one "artist" who received $10,000 for one of his "artworks," which consisted of a basketball suspended in a plastic cube. And then there is the infamous story of a picture of Jesus suspended in a jar of the artist's urine. I don't know how much that artist received, but I do know it was something.
I find putting together furniture quite entertaining, whether it is a bookshelf or a desk! The only problem is figuring out what to put on those shelves once they are together!Assembling shelving?
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