Friday, July 18, 2008

Exciting New Push-Button-Get-Internote System

Recent studies show that there are not enough non-grilled animals on the internote.

[Animal Time]

This photo was taken while animal was conducting an investigation of a sock. This sock is interesting because if you were to cut the sock in two, you would not find that it is composed fully of sock material, but instead catnip. The Orange Guy can often be found trying to insert his face into the sock or other more general cat-sock interactions. If you see the animal doing this and you would like to join in on the interactive process, be prepared for disappointment as you do not feel the same sensation from smelling the catnip as Animal does.

Thursday, July 17, 2008

Food Testing (Part 3)

Usually when I open up a can of seafood, there's tuna inside, but this time, there was crab. It appeared to have a paper wrapping surrounding it, but it was only around the sides, and when I attempted to pull the crab meat out by it, all the crab fell through back into the can. I was disappointed to say the least. After dumping the meat into a preparation bowl, I ate all of it. It tasted fine, I would eat it again. The crab juice or water was kind of salty though. The cats wouldn't drink this as they would with the water from a can of tuna.


Tuesday, July 15, 2008

Artwork corner.

[Bonezone II]

(artist's notes: drawn on one of those fancy expensive tablet things, printed out and painted with oils and acrylics, and retransfered with the latest in gigapixel camera technology)

Saturday, July 12, 2008

Food Testing (Part 2)

I heard the spam song playing before I was in the store, so I picked up a can of special ham since I've never actually eaten this stuff before in my life. I tried it out plain, and also fried up some of it and put it in a hamburger bun with cheddar cheese. It's really shocking when I took my first bite of it; it's incredibly ridiculously salty. I wasn't able to adjust to the salt level throughout the eating process. It was interesting though, to try it, but I don't think I'll want it again.

[Special Ham]

(note: it turns out I did not actually hear the spam song at all)