The Dude and His Skull

Dudeskull has already been to two Well Baby appointments. Both times the pediatricians have noted how incredibly strong he is. He can already lift his head and chest up for extended periods of time. That’s something babies should be able to do at the 3-month mark. SUPERPOWERS, BITCHES!!!!!

Dudeskull tries to lull you into a false sense of security by looking cute and sleepy
But he is smug in the knowledge that he is a baby with AMAZING POWERS!
 Like the power of looking super-goofy…It’s only to disarm you–BEFORE HE STRIKES!
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15 thoughts on “The Dude and His Skull

  1. Both times the pediatricians have noted how incredibly strong he is.Yep.So was Randle Patrick McMurphy…W/V cries out, warning of the secret police inside his head: stosi

  2. Neither have I.But the novel is a masterpiece.Kesey was a gifted, lyrical writer who was fearless in his imagery.And McMurphy is one of the great, compelling characters in the pantheon of American fiction.

  3. "Neither have I.But the novel is a masterpiece.Kesey was a gifted, lyrical writer who was fearless in his imagery.And McMurphy is one of the great, compelling characters in the pantheon of American fiction."I actually have trouble with stuff that's that emotionally wrenching these days. If I'm careful about what I take in, it keeps the depression at bay

  4. and, to go with the muscle shirt, a tattoo of barbed wire around a bicepand a tiny little pack of cigarettes to roll up in his left sleeve.According to w/v, I am logar but not, apparently, rhythmic.

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