Here's how this is gonna work. I'm gonna post ten of these at a time, along with why I made them, if I can remember. The first picture will be the cover image, and the rest will be behind the cut. All the posts will be called "Pik-Chahzz Ketchup," and will be found in Memories under that name, so they'll be easy to find, should anything there need to be found, which I doubt, but allow me my Virgoan organisation hang-ups, okay? For fuck's sake...
Anyway, if you like anything you see in these posts, feel free to use. You need neither my permission, nor do you need to give me credit. Spread the joy with impunity!
I think this one is pretty self-explanatory. Yep, more anti-Whedon blasphemy! I think I keep doing this to provoke some nutter enough to come assassinate me. It'd be a new one for the Psychiatry books: Suicide by Whedonite!
I like breaking new ground.
I have no idea what this is about, nor did I make it. It just sings to my love for All Things Surreal.
There are gonna be quite a few Giorgio pics. There are two reasons for this: 1) I adore Giorgio A. Tsoukalos and 2) his memes are fucking funny.
It seems as though everyone in San Diego gets around on a skate board. When I saw this picture, I had to add my own ridiculous commentary about this strangely mobile culture.
For quite a few years, this bizarre "phenomenon" has been popping up around the world. People claim to have dreamed "this man." Some think he may be Indred Cold. Whatever it's about (click HERE to read more), when I saw that dog, I knew what I had to do.
I have a not-so-secret mad crush on this man. I want to scooch around in his brain the way Inga rolls in the hay in Young Frankenstein.
This is one of those moments where I had to add the first thing that came to mind when I saw the picture.
I did not make this, but I fully endorse it.
Ever since I saw Jumpin' Jack Flash, Terry Doolittle has been my idol. I literally (using the word correctly, here) patterned my entire work life after hers. She's also one of the main inspirations behind my quest to become a Master Vulgarian (Otto from A Fish Called Wanda is the other.)
Eddie Izzard appeared in the second season of Hannibal. Need I explain further?