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Skits and Apologies

Erm… hi… I’m still trying to recover from the shame of last week’s post. Firstly, it was late, and I really do try to post on either Friday or Saturday. If I allow myself to not keep to a schedule I know I will soon stop posting. Secondly, it was low-quality. A great part of it was just copy and paste. And thirdly, I found several typos a while after I published it. One of which was in the title. Which was automatically broadcasted to the world on Twitter. Yeah. I hope I didn’t send you all running for the hills. But… the good news is… this week’s post is a lot better… I think!

 

Status update:
Eating: Nopthing. Yep, that was a typo, but it looked too funny to correct! Nerd smile I am eating a nop-thing! *ahem* Apparently that is funny only to me…
Drinking: Tea.
Listening: “Fantasy Chorale” – West One Music
Reading: I should probably soon make a start on “Age of Iron” by J.M. Coetzee. That’s my next prescribed book-baby.

 

So… what’s on the menu this week? Well, it’s a little skit. About… you’ll see! Winking smile

To my male readers: Please don’t let the title make you stop reading. This isn’t actually about make-up at all. I could as easily have used images of a girl bullied at school and her counsellor. This was simply more fun to do!

(Also, please notice and appreciate that I finally seem to have mastered the Bezier tool. This used to be the one thing about vector drawing that was the bane of my life!)

 

Purple mascara heading

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And there you have it! Purple Mascara’s first visit to a support group seemed not to have gone so well! Rolling on the floor laughing

 

So, what do you think? Would you like to see more Purple Mascara skits in the future, or was this the most horrible thing in the history of horrible things you have ever read?

 

PS. Yes, this author does wear purple mascara, in case you were wondering. And yes, that is actually my opinion: that red mascara makes you look like a badly hungover vampire. Or a pathetic damsel in distress. It is not for nothing that they always use the description “red-rimmed eyes” when the heroine in those cheesy romance stories starts bawling her eyes out! Looky here:

That is not a colour that works in my mind!

 

Until next week then!

Sig2

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9 responses

  1. midaevalmaiden

    This was entertaining. I like the very last punch line.

    September 24, 2011 at 04:50

    • I’m glad you liked it! 😀 It’s an honour to be “liked” by someone whose blog I have often enjoyed!

      Thanks! 😉

      September 24, 2011 at 17:04

      • midaevalmaiden

        you have? Well thanks for that too. 🙂

        September 24, 2011 at 17:16

  2. Bryonie Carolan

    Red mascara actually looks quite good on that model!

    I feel bad though, I did throw away my light blue mascara.

    September 25, 2011 at 14:02

    • There’s something for everyone, I guess! 😉

      Hehe, wonder if it ended up in a support group!? 🙂

      September 25, 2011 at 14:22

  3. Hilarious, and the ending panel is just perfect!

    September 30, 2011 at 22:42

    • Hehehe, thanks!
      And thanks for subscribing, by the way! 😀

      October 1, 2011 at 17:23

  4. Great post! And I am so hungry right now, even “nop-thing” sounds scrumptious.

    May 23, 2012 at 01:27

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