Day 4, Dec 6th: Funerals, Beaches, Planes, and Sleep


Yesterday was Grandma's funeral, which wasn't as gloomy as it sounds. Honest. There was free coffee and biscuits. She had a rockin' casket and flowers and everything. Main issue: flowers.

What's with flowers?




I don't get them. 

Not I don't "get them" get them, but I don't get them. Understand them. Whenever I get flowers for whatever reason, I don't know how people want me to respond. I feel like "I will treasure these plant sexual organs you ripped from the earth for the next ten hours they survive" is a bit a douchey, because hey, free sexual organs.

Don't get me wrong, they're nice to look at.

Then I spent all of today sleeping because I had two hours sleep before the funeral. I was hanging out with two of my best friends the night before, and we went and sat on a rock wall at the beach and watched the dock and ship lights and talked about stuff.

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(I didn't draw Josh because I ran out of space and couldn't be bothered resizing the image, but that there is Borg)

(IjustgotillustratorokayIdon'tknowhowtouseit)

(T____T)

We ate fish and chips and got mobbed by seagulls.

Anyways, last night we drove my brother and his girlfriend to the airport, bound for a Sydney film festival they contributed a film to. Whumper had her head out of the window and got jet-stream hammered in the face by a roadside rotatory sprinkler.

Now I keep walking into my bro's room all like "WHAT UP" and then I realise he's not there:

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I'm gonna go practice some sweet cartooning methinks.





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