A friend of me sent this funny comic strip. Not sure where he got it from, I’m guessing Imgur or something similar. Also I’ll be a bit away so I’ve lined up some cool non-vinyl toys. In other words designer toys made in something else then vinyl. Stay tuned and enjoy the awesomeness.
Click to see the whole sa story about Mario…
To cheer you up you can check out this Super Mario conspiracy.
Check out this awesome Deadpool picture! It’s made by Christopher Uminga and he have plenty more over at his webpage Cuminga.com.
– Via DigitalBusStop
Like Charlie Sheen? Like Superheroes? Head over to Comics Alliance to see some funny mix ups. This one is my favorite.
You can see my favorite vide game charater in this strip from GG-Guys. Can you spot the character?
This is a song dedicated to the end of Anders Love Maria. Which is a comic about a boy called Anders.
This was the extra text for the Darths & Droids number 99!
Pete, being the highly logical, calculating person he is, rejects all of that as superstitious nonsense. He instead applies the scientific approach. Over the years, he’s collected somewhere around a thousand twenty-sided dice. Every so often, he gathers them all together. He sits down at a table and carefully and individually rolls each of the thousand dice, once. Of course, roughly a twentieth of them will roll a one. He takes those fifty-odd dice and rolls them a second time. After about an hour of concentrated dice rolling, he’ll end up with around two or three dice that have rolled two ones in a row. He takes those primed dice and places them in special custom-made padded containers where they can’t roll around, and carries them to all the games he plays.
Then, when in the most dire circumstances, where a roll of one would be absolutely disastrous, he pulls out the prepared dice. He now has in his hand a die that has rolled two ones in a row. Pete knows the odds of a d20 rolling three ones in a row is a puny one in 8,000. He has effectively pre-rolled the ones out of the die, and can make his crucial roll with confidence. Furthermore, being scientific about it means he knows that it doesn’t matter who rolls the die for the third time, so he has no qualms about sharing his primed dice with other players, if that’s what it takes to avoid disaster.
Tonight I have some culture for you. First start by going here and play the song “Black belt girl”. Then you can continue reading.
So, got it going in the background, me too.
Then head over to Squink!’s flickr page and check out his very cute paintings, Dunnys and more.
After that you can come back here and read the comics I’ve posted after the jump.
Continue reading Art + music = culture