Wednesday, 12 April 2006

The Internet

Richard E. Grant fan art.

Via Zoe.

10 comments:

Helen said...

You state correctly that it's shite, you ask Zoe where the hell she gets it, and then you disseminate it!

The internet = partly your fault!

In the interests of making everyone poke out their eyes with sharp sticks, here's my offering. Perhaps you could use these for Sculpture blogging.

#1

#2

Zoe said...

Hell-en!

You go to your room now!

Zoe said...

More reasons why I love the interwebs:

via Bitch PhD

Lucy Tartan said...

Metafilter occasionally does pay for all the infinite manhours it sucks up and funnels into a black hole.

Helen, I want* to see a picture of the Britney giving birth sculpture taken from the business end.

* I'm not using the word "want" literally, mind.

Anna Winter said...

I have to.
I'm sorry.
Really, I am.

http://www.thesuperficial.com/archives/2006/04/07/britney_spears_statue_still_to.html

Lucy Tartan said...

Thanks pal.

Fyodor said...

Shite on a pancake! How do you come up with this stuff, Helen?!! (1)








(1)“Shite on a pancake! How do you come up with this stuff Zoe!” By "Laura". http://www.haloscan.com/comments/onetruezoe/114474718257441062/#144359. January 2006. Accessed 12 April 2006. Re-accessed, edited for name, punctuation and referenced 13 April 2006.

genevieve said...

Personally I think it's rather super. But I've always been a few carrots short of a bunch.
Did anyone look at that Withnail for Waterford post - they auctioned off stuff from the movie and those women bought the hip flask for 510 pounds. One of them came all the way from Australia to do so. Quelle jolie blague.
And you all know, the time wasted reading this stuff would have passed in any case, as Estragon has often noted.

http://www.richard-e-grant.com/REGiment/W4W-DominiquesDiary1.html

ThirdCat said...

What fyodor said, but without the reaccessing.

Cameron said...

It should be noted that, for the most part, the people doing the fan art aren't really artists at all. Rather, they're just paying homage to someone they admire. While it might not be everyone's cup of tea I think it's a fairly innocuous thing.

As for traveling from Australia to meet up with a famous actor you've liked for a number of years, well, wouldn't almost anyone want to do that?