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artforadults:

sanchezart submitted, awesome as usual dude! Follow Orlando Sanchez
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“Candice Embracing her beauty “15 inches by 22 1/2 inches Acrylic on Canson Paper Sealed with a varnish
Original Artwork available at: www.orlandosanchezart.bigcartel.com

artforadults:

sanchezart submitted, awesome as usual dude! Follow Orlando Sanchez

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“Candice Embracing her beauty “
15 inches by 22 1/2 inches 
Acrylic on Canson Paper Sealed with a varnish

Original Artwork available at: www.orlandosanchezart.bigcartel.com

xwhatserface:

Bubbles you little shit

sandrajawad:

My Drawings ~ F R E C K L E S 

sandrajawad:

My Drawings ~ F R E C K L E S 

sandrajawad:

My Drawings ~ H A M 

sandrajawad:

My Drawings ~ H A M 

Follow me princess!!

Follow me princess!!

FUCK YEAH SOUP FOR BREAKFAST!!!
One of those mornings where I wake up and I feel like I’ve been turned up to 11. There is a feeling like I am going to accomplish something incredibly important today like the word’s first 100 couric bowel choker or find and release the world’s last living unicorn-wizard and steal his magic horn to use in fashioning a customized mp3 playing pen.
comedycentral:

heliumcomedy asked you: Who’s your favorite club? 
Haha! Yours, of course. Also, Go Bananas in Cincinnati, Laughs in Kirkland, the Comedy Attic in Bloomington, and the Hollywood Improv. Among others. So many great clubs out there.
Anonymous asked you: Have you ever been in an actual shovel fight? 
No, thank God. The bit comes out of me imagining what the worst job ever would be, and to me it’d be a professional shovel fighter. I think I could handle myself, maybe, but I pray to never find out.
Anonymous asked you: I saw a web video you did with Bryan Cranston a while back. Is he totally awesome or just regular awesome? 
Totally, totally awesome. The nicest guy who’s just incredibly grateful for his success and has a great sense of humor. I’ll never forget wrapping the web series with him, suggesting we have a beer, and him looking at his watch and going “Well, it’s about that time, isn’t it?”
lifeneverending asked you: First off I love you owl joke. But anyway. Im a comedian out in New Orleans. Im 19 and fresh out of high school and want to know some good tips on writing and stage presents 
Thanks. I’d say first off, recognize that you have a lot of time to develop your style and find your voice. Try to focus on the kind of things that you find funny, rather than what you think people will like. When you’re joking around with your friends, remember the observations you come up with on the spot. You’d be surprised how well they might work onstage. Getting up in front of a lot of people can be intimidating, but keep in mind that they’re rooting for you to be funny. After all, that’s why they came. If you have fun, so do they. Try to stay loose up there, so that new ideas can get into your head when they need to. Above all, have fun. No one in their right mind gets into doing this for the money or the fame. You have to love it. Best of luck and remember that there’s nobody out there like you, so don’t try to be anybody else. Sorry if that’s corny.
Keep rocking, Matt
That’s all for this edition of Ask a Professional Comedian. Our sincere thanks go out to Matt Braunger for participating and all of you for sending in questions. Don’t miss the premiere of Matt’s new one-hour special Shovel Fighter, Saturday at 11/10c.

comedycentral:

heliumcomedy asked you:
Who’s your favorite club?

Haha! Yours, of course. Also, Go Bananas in Cincinnati, Laughs in Kirkland, the Comedy Attic in Bloomington, and the Hollywood Improv. Among others. So many great clubs out there.

Anonymous asked you:
Have you ever been in an actual shovel fight?

No, thank God. The bit comes out of me imagining what the worst job ever would be, and to me it’d be a professional shovel fighter. I think I could handle myself, maybe, but I pray to never find out.

Anonymous asked you:
I saw a web video you did with Bryan Cranston a while back. Is he totally awesome or just regular awesome?

Totally, totally awesome. The nicest guy who’s just incredibly grateful for his success and has a great sense of humor. I’ll never forget wrapping the web series with him, suggesting we have a beer, and him looking at his watch and going “Well, it’s about that time, isn’t it?”

lifeneverending asked you:
First off I love you owl joke. But anyway. Im a comedian out in New Orleans. Im 19 and fresh out of high school and want to know some good tips on writing and stage presents

Thanks. I’d say first off, recognize that you have a lot of time to develop your style and find your voice. Try to focus on the kind of things that you find funny, rather than what you think people will like. When you’re joking around with your friends, remember the observations you come up with on the spot. You’d be surprised how well they might work onstage. Getting up in front of a lot of people can be intimidating, but keep in mind that they’re rooting for you to be funny. After all, that’s why they came. If you have fun, so do they. Try to stay loose up there, so that new ideas can get into your head when they need to. Above all, have fun. No one in their right mind gets into doing this for the money or the fame. You have to love it. Best of luck and remember that there’s nobody out there like you, so don’t try to be anybody else. Sorry if that’s corny.

Keep rocking, Matt

That’s all for this edition of Ask a Professional Comedian. Our sincere thanks go out to Matt Braunger for participating and all of you for sending in questions. Don’t miss the premiere of Matt’s new one-hour special Shovel Fighter, Saturday at 11/10c.

funnyordie:

WereMILF with Nick Swardson

Nothing’s more frightening than a woman in her mid-to-late 40s.

comedycentral:

Don’t forget, there’s an all-new episode of Futurama tonight at 10/9c and it’ll be followed by the very first live stream chat with Matt Groening, David X. Cohen, Billy West, John DiMaggio and Maurice LaMarche.
Tweet your questions for them to @ComedyCentral or submit them on Facebook, then watch to see if they answer them at 10:30/9:30c on cc.com.
[image by deviantARTist *Gigei via r/futurama]

comedycentral:

Don’t forget, there’s an all-new episode of Futurama tonight at 10/9c and it’ll be followed by the very first live stream chat with Matt Groening, David X. Cohen, Billy West, John DiMaggio and Maurice LaMarche.

Tweet your questions for them to @ComedyCentral or submit them on Facebook, then watch to see if they answer them at 10:30/9:30c on cc.com.

[image by deviantARTist *Gigei via r/futurama]

supersonicelectronic:

Barnaby Ward, now on Tumblr!