Very scientific, great :-)
This guy is serious about his hibernation, he's even wearing a tie!Great illustration!
I seeeee... This explains it all so well.. and yes, you DO have to draw me a map before I get it :)Oh wait... Is this you on your psychiatrist's couch?? You hibernate there??
no, Ted, I don't think so I do not see long sleeves with a string....
@ Sasa: Hibernation must havwe reminded me of schoolday science class! @ Koosje: hibernation must be taken seriously and conducted in a business like fashion! @ Ted: The map especially for you..I know you find it difficult with deep meaning stuff! :)...Me..nope..never wear a suit!!@ art is Jok(k)e(n) (god that names hard to type)..I think comments like this make me need a map of my own work! :) Thanks guys...all of you keep me amused..
Can someone please translate 'long sleeves with a string' into english? :0
Hey, Rod, hablas español tú?
Sorry Ted, I do not speak English
Oh, I do not know if Paloma has eaten her man, (I could put on her plate)
I mean, I could put myself in her dish
'long sleeves with a string'?It's certainly not correct English phrase, but the literal translation from the Artichokian language. (straitjacket??)
@ Roberto.. Si hablo algo de Español, vivo en España!@ Ted Glad you didn't get that either!@ art is jokken...straight jacket makes more sense..although I don't think all people who land on a psychiatrist's couchwear a straight jacket...I think that comes afterwards when you are hibernating in a padded cell!
I will remember that.... :)
Stay away from me!! You better not come near me with that long sleeves with a string jacket!! I won't wear it!!You know, I read somewhere that there was no long sleeves with a string that could hold Harry Houdini.
Haha..Harry found strings easy to escape from!
:Dbut one day he did not :(