late 18th century
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
This is what happens when you try to eat beef jerky in a dog daycare
all these kids on my dash bloggin about the PSATs
My parents are both pastors and once I was fucking this one dude who’s dad was the pastor of the rival church and he whispered ‘talk biblical to me’ so i started reciting Psalms 23 and we ended up getting into a competition of who could recite the most bible versus before they cummed
It’s a whole sheepie family!!! Look at their precious faces!
remember when nickelodeon picked the worst possible name for their halloween sweepstakes
What’s the password
HOW IS THIS NOT
WHAT’SSSSSSSS THE PASSSSSSSSSSWORD
i’ve never met nicki minaj but i trust her
I do like to charge extravagant prices for my work. I like to ramp em up good and high. And by good and high, I mean, lower than almost anyone I know charges for comparable small-press things. That’s why what the Royal Mail now charges to mail one of my books overseas exceeds the cover price, but I charge less anyway! Just part of my avaricious scheme to lose money on every copy mailed.
The book is formatted like an American comic book, purely for my own amusement. Those books have 28 pages. If I bound both 23-page story segments together, the book would be too fat to staple and too thin to sensibly perfect bind. It would essentially be unprintable. The issues will only be on-sale from my web store and Topatoco as a 2-pack. They are a set. Mailing both issues together costs exactly the same as mailing one due to tiered parcel pricing. I’m sure I’m telling you nothing you didn’t know.
People will be able to buy the comics in monthly installments from comic shops. I realise that this serial drip-feed to the mass market is unprecedented in comics publishing, but I’m calling it a “periodical” and I’m going to see what happens.
Thanks for your question!