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Letting One Rip

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I usually don’t just sit down in front of my computer and grind out a Blog Post, but that’s what I’m doing today. No rough draft, no outline for a convoluted yet cohesive narrative.  Just slap a few recent drawings up there, and see what happens.

Maybe my choice of title isn’t the greatest.  I don’t know about you, but for me, the first thing that comes to mind concerning things that are let to rip is farts.  I don’t let my clothes get ripped, and since I stopped drinking red wine at night, I no loner get ripped.  So it’s only farts that are now let rip by me.  And, I might as well admit it, not only to they rip, but now in old age, they tend to Un-Zip as a prolonged series of mini-explosions that occur when traversing the living-room wherein sits The Wife.  Boy do I catch hell for that.  But I can’t help it.  It’s just combustion from all the health food she feeds me at dinner. I don’t especially enjoy sounding like a machine-gun, unless I can aim it.

Well, here’s a couple of drawings I let rip the other night. And like flatulence, I don’t just let one or two rip, I usually do a series.  So there will be more coming soon.

Too bad you can’t smell stuff in cyber-space.  Guess you can’t digitize a gas.  I’d sure like to add some odors to my drawings.  I would be kinda like experiencing them in 3-D, except ya use different sense organs.   Savor these till the next time.

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Comments on: "Letting One Rip" (12)

  1. Now I’m feeling bilious. Isn’t that a great word?

  2. And I was expecting a flatulence drawing .. oh well! But this is one of my favorite videos. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z4gK3RRtCHw

  3. Maybe no smells in cyber space, but there was one occasion in film space

  4. hahaha farts are always funny

  5. Is that an eye in the background of that drawing or the inner view of a colon?

  6. what is it with aging men and their excuses for bodily function noises? I swear somebody should write a book. Somehow they all end up being women’s fault. Interesting how that happens.

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