The fuck is this bullshit? Purple? The horns are too large and off the sides of its head? and what’s with that gradient? Apple you can suck my ass. 0/10
Now this is a quality satan. Classic red color with some striking yellow eyes. Expression portrays complete disgust which is what I feel at Apple’s emoji. At the same time he’s a blobby boy and I feel like I want to hug him but he’d eat my hand off. 100/10
what the FUCK is this GARBAGE? jesus christ it’s all shapes that were premade in paint! awful! the only reason it’s better than Apple’s is because it’s red. 1/10
Now this one is unique. At first you may think it’s a child DRESSED as satan, but notice the lack of headband, oddly colored hair, beady eyes, and fangs. No, no, boys what we have here is a good ol’ fashioned antichrist child. A beautifully impish little lad. Not satan but creative. 9/10
Bitch looks like he took a swim in buffalo sauce. Disgraceful but let’s be real satan probably would. 8/10
Love! Him! Look at that devious face! He looks young and fresh, he is a baby. Evil satan baby has my heart. 10/10
it’s PURPLE…. however it has a delightful shiny exterior. not a perfect surface, a blob boy. 5/10
this one is so shite that I’m not even going to say anything about it. Instead I’m going to tell you my review of Fuller House. Overall I found the storylines and episodes to be lacking greatly, but sheer nostalgia kept me watching. I cannot deny that the episodes where everyone comes together again made me very emotional. Could use some work but I am weak and will keep watching new seasons. I give Fuller House a 7/10
Very plain and basic, but the solid colors and cell shading is a nice choice. Not as mean as he could be but still pretty pissed. 4/10
An ugly little man. He’s trying too hard. He’s the guy who shows up at parties but won’t stop talking about his new vape pen. “Please, I’ve heard about your Sex on the Beach flavored vape juice 10 times. Let me go.” You say, but he’s not listening. He tells you he’s going to do a cool vape trick, but he just blows vape in your face. It smells like pineapple pizza. “Let me try again I’ve got it this time.” he says, messing up again. He continues to do this until the Google satan shows up and slaps the vape pen out of his hand. Emoji One Satan starts sobbing hysterically. 5/10
this one looks like that one little fuckhead from Scary Godmother. God I hate that kid. I had a nightmare about him once where he was just slamming all my doors in my house. He also ate a box of frozen corndogs in my kitchen and didn’t close the freezer. What a douchenozzle. 1/10
Just a little piece of fluff because I feel bad for #TeamSeb right now
Dixie stared at the picture, the slightly blurry scan of the little boy growing inside of her, she scrunched her nose. “Okay, I know the doctor told us it’s a boy, but seriously, and I may be the worst mother for saying this, but it just looks like a blob.”
Sebastian laughed as he leaned over the back of the couch, kissing her cheek and looking at the scan as well, “Yeah, he is a little bit blob-like, but he is our blob.”
“Awe, little Blobby Boy Stan.” she giggles as he moves his kisses down to her neck, “I think we found a name.”
He stopped and gave her a curious but excited look, “We can pick a name now.”
Dixie shook her head and sighed a bit, “I am at a total loss for boy names. Give me a girl and I can give you a list down to the floor, but a boy. No clue. How about we just go with Junior?”
He came around to settle on the couch next to her, an arm draped behind her, playing with her hair. “Hmm, no, next. How about a family name, we could name him after your dad.”
She looked sad for a moment, her father having passed away when she was young. “That would be a lovely way to honor him but…” she trailed off.
He gave her a small kiss on the temple, “But what, my love?”
“Woodbury Stan?” She looked up and him and shook her head.
“Okay, maybe not.” He thought a bit more. “His middle name?”
“Laing Stan.” she giggled before he could continue, “and he was the third so, kind of a dry well there. Really most of the male names in my family are a wash.”
He joined in laughing, “Oh they can’t all be that easily thrown out.”
She counted them off on her fingers, “Franklin, Everett, Homer, Stearns, Gustav Luscious…”
“Wow, there couldn’t be a Henry or an Arthur in there somewhere?”
You laugh harder still, shaking your head. “Heck, my parents named me Virginia Dixon… family names are sorta complicated on my end.”
He leans in and kisses you gently with a chuckle “I guess, Blobby it is then.”
Simon Hanselmann’s Megg and Mogg is a low-key stoner comedy, frequently hilarious, often tragic and always poignantly insightful about the inertia and malaise of its self-destructive principals. When Megg and Mogg travel to Amsterdam (followed by the uptight and unwelcome Owl), their relationship starts to deteriorate in this New York Times bestselling collection of brilliant stories (originally serialized on Vice).
For fans of Boy’s Club, Ernie Pook’s Comeek, Blobby Boys, Octopus Pie, Girls, Broad City, Trailer Park Boys
Waddlesworth passed away a few weeks ago. After losing three rats in such a short period of time I decided to take a little break from tumblr, but I wanted to post about Waddlesworth even thought it’s a few weeks late. At about 10 pm that night he crawled to the very corner of the cage and just sat there away from the other boys. He was cold to the touch so I pulled him out and wrapped him up in a big fleece blanket and cranked up the heat in my apartment. He died a couple hours later. He was such a great rat; very patient and so good with all the babies that Kara and I brought home. He wasn’t exactly the most social, but he was such a nice blobby boy and he had the best whiskers. I already miss him so much.
Here comes trouble! Alex Schubert's Blobby Boys 2 this Spring.
“There’s an almost Axe Cop-like, written-by-a-child feel to the story, only with some adult cynicism mixed in. Schubert’s bold, machine-precise image-making, in which every character and object looks like something that could be a logo for something, is hard to describe, but easy to appreciate.” — J. Caleb Mozzocco, Comic Book Resources