word of the moment!
the word of the moment is: IRK
rated: most awesome 3 letter word in the history of 3 letter words that belong in the English language!
definition: irk >verb irritate; annoy.
-DERIVATIVES irksome >adjective irksomely >adverb.
-ORIGIN perhaps from Old Norse, ‘to work’.
Art I made for
a technical architect at Ubisoft
It took me close to three hours which is pretty long for the art I do, but isn’t it just awesome!?
click on it to download it from my deviantart page and while you’re there, check out all the other awesome stuff I do.
Laughter… can lead to pain… and vice versa
Sorry I haven’t updated in almost 2 months, life got complicated but now it’s really funny and painful it’s funful!
I proved the existence of Karma to my brother, he called me retarded, then he walked into a wall and fell down the stairs.
I learned the basics of adobe flash which has given me the power to start the web comic TOAST! (I will eventually get it done)
I laughed until I fell out of my chair smacked my head on the table on the way to the floor and continued to laugh. http://hyperboleandahalf.blogspot.com/2010/07/dog.html was the reason (yes I know I could make it look pretty but I hate it when people link to things like that it makes me suspicious)
I went parasailing and the people watching had panic attacks.
To top it all off I fell down the stairs this morning because I was laughing so hard at my dog’s outrageous behaviour.
That is all, you may now return to whatever it is you were doing before you found this.
As a disabled person I feel that it is my duty to let everyone know a few ground rules for proper behavior around disabled people. 1. Most of us are just like you, just missing something here or maybe a little something extra there. So don’t treat us like children, we are mature. Most of the time. 2. Don’t stare. Take me for example, sure the way I walk is a little funny looking but, if you want to know why you’re not just going to magically learn it by staring at me. I’m more likely to wonder if there is a hole in my jeans than that you want to talk to me when I notice you staring. This brings me to my next point… 3. Don’t be afraid to talk to us. If you want to know why something is a certain way, just come up and ask. 9 times out of 10 we’ll be happy to answer questions assuming we’re not in the middle of something. 4. Don’t act like we are carriers of the bubonic plague, disabilities aren’t contagious. Your limbs won’t just fall off if you come into contact with someone who is missing a limb. You won’t go blind if you talk with a blind person. 5. Respect is great. You wouldn’t enjoy it if someone came up to you and started taking your things or calling you names, or pitying you, so don’t do that to disabled people. 6. We are independent in our own ways, if we need help, we will ask. Nothing is more irritating than a person coming over and helping without even asking you first. There is nothing more irritating, than someone coming up to you and going “do you need help” with even the simplest tasks.
This list will be updated as I think of more things
I’m Here & You’re Not So STFU
Hey, world not that any of you actually care about the thoughts and opinions of me, a teen from the middle of nowhere in Canada. Well I’ve got a lot to say, and well, I’m here doing something about it and you’re… where exactly? oh yeah right sitting at home or at work or maybe you’re on somebody’s open Wi-Fi network which means virtually any number of people in range of that network can see pretty much everything you’re doing at the moment. I digress, the point is you’re probably just observing life and not actually doing anything at the moment. I, on the other side of the spectrum am just but one single voice trying to be heard over the billions of other people. I’m a digital artist, photographer, writer, teenager, video gamer, tech obsessed and a cripple, if you have issues with any of that… well no one is forcing you to read this so just leave. Anyway, that’s all for now