Did anyone else notice what bridge that is?
It’s the bridge from “The Scream”, right?
Yeah, I saw it too.
This also happens with an ice-cream (or any “slushy”-drink) induced “Brain Freeze”.
It’s like “The Scream”
Hey, biff’s juice boxes are what caused his head to collapse when he tried to look into the back of his head
thats a good one.
you go a long way man…
BACK TO NORMAL, THEY BE!
that painting’s creepy, but yess i did notice cool one
wow. He needs to stop chain smoking.
I reconized the scream refrence due to a picture I saw the other day– a gallery of pictures editted to have spoons in them, or made from spoons… The spoon was all curvy, like it was screaming. =D
the scream made me cry when i was little, it was on rugrats
Fun popping empty juice boxes, fill one with air, put it on the ground and stomp on it.
bwahahahahaha, I have done that before, it exploded…
Not as fun as running over bubble wrap, though.
It’s even more fun to pop full ones.
i was JUST talking to my friend about his art project on the scream, and this came up!.. freaky deaky
btw your brilliant! i love it!
The word in my language for brainfreeze translates to icecream head. Or “I scream” head. . .
Actually, I have respiratory problems, so I have a similar problem when drinking juice.
Anybody know the story behind The Scream? It’s really cool.
The person screaming is Munche and the people in the background are his friends.
They got jacked up on some hallucinagen or another and he had a bad trip. He saw the sky turn to blood and he and his friends were deformed as in the picture, and consequently, caused the screaming.
Finally, an author who admits his work was inspired by narcotics!
I’m waiting, Picasso.
Lol, the Scream bridge
I just realized I put “author.” Is it too late to say I meant “artist”?
Either one works.
You could be talking about an author if you were to mention Lewis Carroll.
his eyebrows have been back to normal for a while
The scream. Obviously, I thought of it the first time I saw this comic – a few years ago or so.
Actually, Lewis Carroll was probably just crazy, not on drugs. He had a bit of a paedophilia for the girl who in his book was Alice. The caterpillar was a pot-smoker, though. And the mad hatter a man with mercury poisoning. Maybe the characters were ALL based off of people who took drugs…
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