He may have turned up in a photo before, but I think it’s time for you to officially meet Carlo.
Carlo is great. He’s great for way more than five reasons, but I’m on a tight time budget.
Actually, just going by the photo above, I’m sure you could dream up more than twenty reasons why Carlo’s so great. It’s no tall order. Only the worst cynics, the jerks who are contrary just for the sake of it, wouldn’t be able to. Read More…
Since you guys did such a great job last time, I thought we’d give it another try.
In a single comment, your job is to explain what you’re seeing here.
Again, there are no wrong answers. This image has more than one story to tell.
I look forward to reading your ideas. In all sincerity, it will be the highlight of my tomorrow.
It’s time for Bullshit Filler Content Devised At Work #2.
This one was important. Today was crazy busy. I knew I wouldn’t have the energy to come up with an original concept after the long commute home. If I wanted to post anything tonight, I needed a BFCDAW miracle.
I think it was around 3PM when I asked my editor to ignore me for a little while. He didn’t. Can’t say I blame him, because it’s pretty tough to ignore a coworker when he’s building a robot out of Twizzlers and paper plates, right behind you.
For the record, my brain was against this. Very, very much against this. I told you, it was a crazy day. I know it’s hard to believe, given that I had time to build a robot and all, but you don’t understand. I built this robot FAST. Nobody has ever built a robot faster.
My brain said, “Don’t be stupid. Just draw another Troll 2 goblin. That’s all you have time for.” But my heart won out, because it knew the truth. If I started making every BFCDAW a goblin sketch, people really would start to see these things as filler posts.
Nope. HAD to be a robot.
My materials: A paper plate, a plastic cup, a few markers and some individually wrapped Twizzlers. Post-Its, too. I don’t know. I was just grabbing whatever I could find. It was madness. The whole activity couldn’t have lasted more than fifteen minutes, but it was fifteen minutes of madness. Read More…