Half a mouse? Is all this to scale? or are mice in Toy-fuverse really big? like when tom thought the kangeroo was just a really large relative of jerrys?
It's all to scale, which is why they're slightly freaked out. The remains of the mouse, by the way, is now covered in dozens of tiny black beetles. Creepy as.
i can't help but wonder, what happens when someone stops by your house and sees you kneeling in the grass carefully arranging and photographing tiny stuffed animals and/or plastic robots.what do you say to these people, James?and more importantly, what do they say to you?
I try to do toy-fu when no-one's around, for those very reasons.PP once said to me 'Sometimes I think of you, kneeling on the floor of your bedroom, with your camera, and those plastic toys. And it makes me sad.' Which is a fair point.Still, it's a way to pass the time.
Is it not a bit dangerous to stand next to a big dark hole in the wall, whence a 'der may spring at any moment?Basic military training, that.
er... what's everyone talking about??? Cameras??? Kneeling?? Plastic toys????What what??? Oh my God, it's like Christmas '77 all over again...Santas not real?? Then who the fuck kissed me in my bed last Christmas??James... toy-fu is a documentary...right?
Exactly. I'm just very quiet so they don't know I'm there. Now let us never discuss this again.
You could grow some plants in that hole you know. That'd sort the 'ders out. Oh and toyfu is art, not a sad pursuit. They won't pity you when they're drinking their toyfu coffee out of their toyfu mugs!
I was just going to mention that I love the hole. I'm serious!
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