Wednesday, October 18, 2006

11 yearold Jessica brings out the jokes!!!

Could I ever deliver a joke!! hehe. I loved black and white cartoons so much at this time. It was so hard to get a hold of them for me. So when I would find old bootlegged VHS's at drugstores it was like finding a hidden treasure!Its so easy to find them now. If I had this much access to cartoons back then I think my head would have exploded! hehe.


Blogger Mentok said...

Man you had some mad skills back then. Did either of your parents have a background in art? Just wondering if some of your talent was passed down in the genes. Awesome stuff Jessica, my daughter is really hoping that constellations will soon be on TV.

7:35 AM  
Blogger murrayb said...

HAHAHA those are so great, you stapled em and everything.I love the I'll take your order gag, priceless!! do you have anymore of these?

1:42 PM  
Blogger Jessica said...

hahah hey again Murray
No Im afraid I stopped at issue 1. I began puberty and started middle school.Got too busy

2:46 PM  
Blogger Unknown said...

wow! this is great shit. if only cartoons were written half as well as that. and the thing abotu the invisible carrots: BRILLIANT! "I need more clothes": BRILLIANT!

I can imagiane a culture in the distant future based soley on 11 year ls' comics. It will be a Utopia!

6:53 PM  
Blogger Marc Deckter said...

Whoa! That's awesome you knew who Oswald the Rabbit was when you were 11! I just learned about Oswald a couple years ago. It's great you saved these childhood comics!

6:43 PM  
Blogger Hryma said...

Give me a kiss, uh I mean um brilliant line, how at the age of 11 did you know what boys think?
It's cool to see what great artists works looked like as a youngin', really cool.
John tells us to wish you a happy birthday so 'Happy Birthday', ain't it weird for strangers to wish you a happy birthday?
Can't think of anyone you could murder for me no one deserves that.

1:39 PM  

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