Friday, January 30, 2009

IF:(Flawed) Dinner Service


"Waiter...there's a fly in my poop."

The influence for this true life scenario...Brought to you by the letters P and O...remember Sesame Street before it was hijacked by Elmo...and there was the blue bald guy with the mustache eating in the fine dining establishment that would say,"Waiter, there's a fly in my soup."...then the waiter would do things like throw out the soup on the floor and then put the fly back in the bowl...I think that is where things started getting off track for me...

14 comments:

Detlef said...

Quite a discerning dog really. This one made me laugh.

murphy girl said...

love this. and loved snufalupagus!

Digital Scott's Illustrationblog said...

Great work! Love the fire hydrant art on the wall. Very inspired.

Vanessa Brantley Newton said...

This is so funny! Love your line work. great illustration.

Peter Breese said...

Hilarious, great fun.

ValGalArt said...

i love your humour :)

Roberta said...

Yes this made me chuckle...

Hey wasn't the waiter Grover?

HARDWAX said...

So funny, and I'm enjoying the picture on the wall as much as the entree.

Malachi Ward said...

Great drawing. I love the blank expressions of the dogs.

Princess Pepper Cloud said...

Yes! Elmo is very disturbing. I was born in '73 so Sesame Street was a staple for me.

Your humor is very appealing.. and funny. Did you ever see Anipals? It was pretty hit and miss, but when it was funny, I could crack a rib laughing so hard.

Dot said...

i remember when snuffalupicus was imaginary. good times.

funny illo too!

Chris said...

HA! I love the picture of the fire hydrant on the wall. Awesome as always.

I remember that Sesame Street bit VERY well, but I think my fondness for the show and my memories of it are probably a bit abnormal. The colors, the dynamism, and the intellectual stimulation had a giant impact on me as a kid. I caught myself looking up the falling cake baker on YouTube the other day. That's one of my favorite bits from the show.

steve said...

Brilliant!

Robin said...

You're a trip... :-)