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  1. Damage169

    Kinda looks like “Vitruvian Man” to me.

  2. Bearman

    two people doing the tango

  3. speearr

    Ostrich holding a double-bladed scythe meets 4-eyed alien with a neck and limbs but no body standing on a hyperbola intersected by a line beneath a 2nd hyperbola.

  4. Chris

    You people are cracking me up :) But speearr wins the no-prize so far!

  5. SpilledInkGuy

    well … geez … I was gonna’ say it looks kinda’ like a pirate on his magic pirate ship hunting for treasure with his trusty pirate. I guess that’s already taken though, huh?! ;)

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  7. wit

    LOL! Great strip.

  8. DadaHyena

    Children make the best Rorschach tests!

  9. George

    You do not wanna know what I think it is. :D

  10. Luemas

    That’s an awkward conversation if there ever was one.

    Uh… I’ll say a midget being kicked by a stone giant spider half breed.

  11. Chris

    SpilledInk: Deja vu!
    wit: Thank you!
    DadaHyena: What they draw, or the children themselves?
    George: At least, not on the record…
    Luemas: Yep, that sounds pretty awkward :)

  12. David

    I’d go with Barney being eated by a whale. Barney’s the red in the middle. It’s always red when someone’s eaten, though, I guess. :P

  13. John k

    I think the kid has a future in modern art!

  14. Chris

    David: That’s an awful lot of red. The whale is a sloppy eater.
    John: Watch out, Pollock!

  15. speearr

    Yes! Collects no-prize…

  16. alecho

    Hahaha, i see the pirate on a magic ship too ;)

  17. Crash

    I see a 3-eyed alien on a rocking horse.

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  19. ExPaladin

    Uuuh… Blue and pink colours…

    :P

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