Oh no! Hahah! They taste good though. :)
I would characterize it as hysterical .... thanks for smile today....
'I' laughed out loud at this Mr.Edward...the first thing I thought of was the poor old Wallenda who fell...OMG. Wall eyes obviously aren't the answer to keeping your head straight forward and looking carefully at the rope in front of you. The next time I see a Wallenda, I'm gonna see if their eyes are closer together than normal. This is a good non obvious take.
haha the silence is deafening in that theatre!
Huh. I've come home to find a couple of "fish chips" over the years (before I was smart enough to use covers) & always assumed they were trying to escape, or jumped a bit too high for their food. Who knew they were practicing a circus act!?Brilliant!
Poor things! They had such big dreams too
Too funny. Ironic. I was jotting notes on the theme and also came up with a tightrope walker. Might be next year before I get a sketch out of it though. Always enjoy the smile your work brings.
hahaha.. wow.. I can feel the awkwardness of the audience.. very powerful! poor walleyes..
HA! Hysterical on multiple levels! Nice touch adding the rolling cart, hehehehe. Gotta give them credit for going after their dream, though.
There obviously wasn't any risk assessment done prior to this act hitting the stage...
ha ha- this is great!:)
HA, HA, HA ,HAAAA, HAA, HA . . . FUUUHNY!
This is so funny! Poor Walleyes.
Man, I wish I could create scenes this good!!!!! Poor poor fishies! :'( ....Love The Wallendas