rolled in doritos

Geometric Queen and her Geometric Guardians

I wanted to draw the Ruby Squad, I wanted to draw Peridot, and I wanted to draw something involving ships with Peridot and any of the Rubies, so now you all get this!!

I really, really want Peridot to actually interact with the Ruby Squad at some point

SURPRISE!! You've been eating vegan food!!

Popular store foods that are actually vegan:
Newmans light and Kraft creamy italian dressing
Jello pudding
Duncan Hines frosting and cake
Pillsbury crescent rolls
Ritz crackers
Doritos spicy chili
Sarah Lee apple pie
SuperPretzel soft pretzel
Hersheys chocolate syrup
Nabisco gram crackers
Thomas New York style bagels
Teddy Grams chocolate chip
Ghiradelli double chocolate brownie mix
Mission Foods taco shells
Aunt Jemima Pancake/Waffle Mix
Healthy Choice Asian Potstickers
Luigi’s Real Italian Ice
Smucker’s Uncrustables
Lays Kettle Cooked chips

Blow Pops
Cry Baby
Dum Dums
Hubba Bubba
Jolly Rancher
Now and Later
Sour Patch
Swedish Fish

You have NO REASON AT ALL to say “vegan food is gross and weird” because I bet my butt most of yall out there eat oreos, Hersheys syrup and Smuckers uncrustables and Kool-aid and LOOK AT ALL THE CANDY.

Band names replaced with the word doritos
  • Marina and the doritos
  • Panic! at the doritos
  • My chemical doritos
  • 30 seconds to doritos
  • Florence and the doritos
  • Two door dorito club
  • The rolling doritos
  • Bring me the doritos
  • You me at doritos
  • Pierce the doritos 
  • Black veil doritos 
  • Dorito pile up 
  • The arctic doritos
  • Fall out doritos 
  • Of mice and doritos 
  • The all american doritos 
  • The red hot chili doritos  
  • Bullet for my doritos 
  • Blink 18doritos 
  • Rage Against The Doritos 


Chris sure can make some goofy faces, can’t he? None of them ever fail to make me smile 😄😄😆😆 or have a good laugh XD 

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The Real SXSW

I hate Jay-Z and Lady Gaga.    OK, I really don’t, but this past week in Austin during SXSW, I really, really thought I did. It has nothing to do with them as artists, or their work, or their ability to draw crowds, or what brand sponsored them to play what other brand’s show. I’m not concerned with any that. What I do hate is when an artist of their profile swoops into a town bursting at the seams with industry sorts and music die-hards, and takes the attention off of the pulsing heartbeat of SXSW, young bands.    As far back as I can remember, the process for SXSW was that a young band would play the festival as many times as they could, try to kill it at an early set, and as people began to talk about who they’ve seen and enjoyed, the buzz would build during the week. But in recent years, SXSW has grown by leaps and bounds, with labels, artists, and brands swooping in for a sort of arms race as to who can create the most attractive bill, which naturally lends itself to bigger and bigger artists. It’s not the fault of any of these larger artists, it’s a natural progression that unfortunately leads to natural selection, and neglects the crux of why many journalists go to SXSW (besides the, uh, networking, I mean beer).     So my goal at SXSW this year, and every year, was to JUST see the young, buzzy and the hopeful, surpassing invites to many of the giant names that swooped into Austin. Of the over 50 bands that I saw (some several times), the following resonated the most and of those, many took place in odd spaces like the Beerland patio or South Lamar Pedestrian Bridge.