2. A group of ferrets.
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The moment you say the work of one is more important than the other you are heading in the wrong direction.
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My role model is Daniel Avidan
I’ll let the following images and quotes speak for my reasoning
“Swiggity swooty, I’m comin’ for dat booty.”
“That dude swam the English channel when he was 90? Shit. I’m like a third of that age and I get winded when I open the fridge too fast.”
“I swear to God.. If I ask for Oreos and you bring me back Hydrox, There will be a bullet in your neck by the end of the day.”
“I would be the Star-Spangled Banger if I ever went into porn.”
"Very rarely will negative comments (on anything I do) get to me, because who cares? My grandma loves me."
"If you do that shit everyday, you are a writer. Don’t be afraid to call yourself an artist."
“As important it is to tell people you love that you love them, it’s important to say ‘fuck you’ to those that you hate. Don’t hold that shit in.”
"The stuff that makes you laugh in the moment can sometimes make you cry, like out of nostalgia. The stuff that makes you cry in the moment always makes you laugh, cause you’re like ‘I was so fucking stupid!’"
“It’s so easy to compare yourself to people who have been working at something for years and years and be like “I’ll never get there!” But you just start doing it an you get there because, fuck it man. The years are gonna go by either way, so you might as well just do what you wanna do.”
"Don’t make fame your goal. Make your goal doing what you do to the best of your ability, and that’s something no one can take away from you."
"It’s like building a house. First you have to lay a brick on the ground…then another brick next to it…then another. Then you look over at your neighbor’s yard, and he’s putting the finishing touches on his mansion. How do you not look down at your three bricks and feel hopeless? You really have to remind yourself that five years ago, he started out just like you did. He succeeded because he concentrated on his goals and consistently kept his eyes on the next step. You have to do the same. Slow hard work is the only way to create something meaningful."
“Don’t worry about fame, don’t worry about popularity, none of that matters in the beginning. All that matters is making something good, and the rest comes naturally.”
"Don’t be scared to go to therapy. Don’t think of it as a sign of weakness to ask for help when you’re sad. ‘Cause there are people out there who want to help you and are qualified to help you."
"I’m Just so happy now like all the fucking time! Because I know what it’s like to be sad."
I CANT FUCKING BELIEVE WHAT I AM SEEING
I lied. This is it. This is the whole series.
How the fuck has no one made a comic to this yet
After two strenuous weeks of packing, transporting, carrying, and unpacking 4 whole boxes, I have moved into my new apartment. With the freedom of summer, I expect to at least post something every week. Let’s just assume that all the ferrets have been doing is filing papers this whole time, and move on.
Now that my hell weeks of tests, quizzes, presentations, and ten page statistics assignments are complete, culminating in the purchase of a vehicle last weekend, are finished, I can get back to providing you ferret-based entertainment. Let’s get down to business.
The critically disclaimed musical from Slowe and Learner comes to the comfort of your computer!
Featuring such classic tunes as, “Why Can’t the Professor?” (learn how to teach), “The Pain of Strain” (stays mainly in my brain), “Get Me the Research On Time,” and everyone’s favorite, “I’ve Grown Accustomed to No Sleep.”
This masterpiece has left audiences saying, Why are you stalling for time? Where’s Thursday’s comic? and What are you doing in my refrigerator?
The New York Times calls it “…a musical…m…as…ter…piece…”
Critics have called it ”Not an actual musical,” and, “Please send help; he’s trapped us here until we finish his German homework.”
Nominated for Best Worst Scheduling of 2013
Coming soon to Tumblr sometime maybe Friday or Saturday depending on how things pan out.