Occasionally and without good reason more of something will appear on this site. Also, Michelle Malkin.
Hmm, too white around the edges.Ha.
Ha indeed. The eyebrows make an excellent tie clip.But! We note with glee that the problem appears to be fixed!Rejoice, Righteous Bubba! Rejoice, I say! Bedeck the blog with rotating eyebrows! Festoon the sidebar with jumping grannies!Jumping moustaches for EVERYONE!
There we go. The bottom row of moustaches is a little darker.
And here I am, trying to figure out how to make clicks on the blog roll open in the same window.Hanx a lot, RB.I've have a mind to yjail ya.~
The great thing about the moustaches is that they're all flapping out of phase, so I can superimpose them and it looks those Hindu gods with multiple moustachios.If they're not superimposed, it's more like van Gogh's "Cornfield with Crows", though without the cornfield.
They whirl and they twirl and they tango.This is why God gave us computers and I salute you,Sir.
Now THAT'S more like squirming badgers.
I put a flapping mustache over his eyes. Not only does he stay debonair (as always), but he also looks like a coy guest at a masquerade.
The power to turn the mustaches upside-down: gimme it
BEHOLD! I grant you the GIMP and my e-mail address!
GIMP looks like work, RB. I think I'll just bitch instead.
Really, it'll be no trouble at all to turn 'em over, but on-demand rotation is unlikely. Rollover transformations might be fun to investigate...
Cheezis, took 30 seconds with the GIMP to turn the moustache over.I've been leaning too heavily on the Photoshop I think.
Good god he's got wriggling eels under his nose.
Eels? For his hovercraft?
I think his eyebrows are trying to tell me something, but unfortunately I don't speak semaphore.I dropped out of the class at the hema-dema-semaphore stage.
Thanks RB, you da man.
Hmm...cloud of moustaches descends on cute bunny, then departs leaving a pile of bones?
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