If Mother's Day Cards Were Honest...

If Mother's Day Cards Were Honest was the topic for - guess what - one of the photoplasties from the Mother's Day Week. Here's my two submissions - 50% of which placed!

Photoplasty 4 for 5.1.12: Awesome Technologies They're Keeping from Us

These are my submissions for This photoplasty - no placers, even though I'm SURE these inventions do exist somewhere...

Jonathan Coulton & GLaDOS: Want you gone - Mashed Potato Duo

Yes, it took me a while, but I had to do a duet version of the Portal 2 song as well, hope you like it! :)

Photoplasty 2 for 4.24.12: The Offspring of Mismatched Cartoon Character Couples

We all know that everyone likes to get it on. Well, allmost. Even our beloved childhood cartoon heroes. So it shouldn't come as a surprise that there's some pretty weird kids out there. Cracked wanted to see some for The Offspring of Mismatched Cartoon Character Couples - and here's my suggestions:

Minnie Mouse & Garfield

Cheap direct - to - DVD movie rip-offs

You probably all know these cheap rip-offs of successful movies that are imitating the cover art (and often the story) of a well known blockbuster in the hope to find some retard who doesn't know how "Transformers" is spelled so they buy "Transmorphers" instead - see, it has a big robot on the cover and everything!

For cracked's Direct to DVD rip-offs we'll see next I made a bunch of my own - no winners this time, but here they are in the hope that they give you a little grin:

Pictures from the early days of famous villains

When cracked asked for pictures of Famous Villains During Their Awkward Teenage Years I dug deep in my old archives and indeed found a few pictures of famous evildoers - and don't ask where I got them from...

First we have young Mola Ram, here seen with classmates during their anatomy lessons:

Messing up Computergames

Small but disastrous changes to famous video games was the topic, and I *highly* suggest you check out the other submissions too, there were some brilliantly silly ones in it. :)

"You don't know Jack" is one of the funniest multiplayer games I ever played. It puts you into a virtual quizshow in which you try to answer trivial questions. The fun comes from the presentation - the show of course has a showmaster too, and that guy is just hilarious!

Of course it wouldn't be as much fun if the questions were much, much harder...

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