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'Whoa... Dude! You've been pumping iron!
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After 10 years, the great potato race of 1997 was finally declared a tie.
For six hours straight, Brad had been struggling to come up with a new visual cliche for writer's block.
'I can help you develop your triceps, possibly beef up your chest. But to be brutally honest, you need to be erased and completely redrawn.'
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'I'm glad you like it, but I haven't started it yet.'
'I don't know about you, but I never trust the media.'
'So you became an architect! And I can remember when you couldn't draw a straight line!'
Drawing on the walls.
'I took a course in drawing because I thought it would look good on my transcript - and boy does it!'
'I can totally draw better than this.'
'Oh, no, those aren't the kid's drawings. Dave is taking adult education art class.'
'Another tie! Me be glad when they invent paper and scissors so we don't have to play rock-rock-rock.'
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'He's out cold. Someone fetch a felt marker so I can draw something on his face.'
Vincent Van Og.
Happy turkey day.
Thanksgiving at the kids' table.
'Hey everybody, I've decided to stop doing landscape drawings, and start doing caricatures of my fellow passengers.'
'When you said 'the Cartoons' are coming for dinner. I thought that was their name.'
'He's a literary genius.'
'What about cursive?'
'It's good to see you're writing again.'
'Oh great! Drawings from his family vacation!'
'It's doubled in value since the artist was killed by a mastodon.'
'To be frank Benjie, I don't think you've ever really recaptured the edgy brutality of your early potato-man period.'