Mr. Bean Inserted Into Famous Portrait Paintings by Rodney Pike [via]
Previously: Classic Paintings Recreated with Sesame Street Characters
I’m trying so hard to keep my blog uncluttered but-
I’d say uncomfortable, confused, and worried were putting it lightly. I had a little experience with Pearls but she wasn’t literally my daughter. She’d visit and stay with me but go back to Kurain to train.
Early on, I had no idea what I was doing. I…
CRYING HARD <3
Uh, not all lawyers, but I certainly do with a little help.
But… this “organization”. That’s not slang talk for “mob”, is it? Is uncovering secrets going to get me “erased”? I’d rather not face that again.
Sorry for the repeat but the other one was acting weird.
I’d get her back.
I just take it a day at a time, really.
I’ve never thought of myself as an ideal father, but as long as Trucy can still give me a hug and tell me she loves me I must be doing something right.
Falling back on Maya and Pearls to tell me what to do didn’t hurt either.
That’s him, one Mr. Shadi Enigmar, aka Zak Gramarye.
He made a lot of poor choices and if I’m being honest, I never liked him. Still, that picture stays up for Trucy’s sake. I’m sure she still misses him.
Little Delirium and his older brother and sister.
The Little Mermaid (1989)
Blue in the blue