Before I get on with the post, I should make an announcement. I’ve noticed some bloggers out there who do custom artwork to enhance the uniqueness of their site. I’ve decided to join in the fun. Now, I have to warn you a little – my artwork is so elegant and so precise, and the maturity of my technique, hue selection and presentation is so professional that you may not believe it is derived from my own hand and mind. I assure you; it is. I did not download images off teh internets and claim it as my own. But the stuff you see here might be so good that you might think I downloaded or paid an actual artist to create it.
I shall call these new creations “whallart”. The art of whall. Like, art you might find hanging on the whall. As in, a whall virtually covered with art. Any blog post I have that has whallart will be tagged with the category “whallart“. You hereby grant you the right to print it out and hang it on your whall.
Now on with the post.
I’ve pestered my “in-person” friends about this a couple of times, and have only received one valid response so far, and I’m still not so sure about it anyway. You know how you can ask any kid “Hey kid. What sound does a cow make?” And after they scratch their head a little bit and wonder why you’re covered in peanut butter, they shrug it off and answer “moooo” ? YAY! They know what sound a cow makes! Same goes with any common onomatopoeia, right? Everyone knows what sounds certain animals make, like dogs, cats, sheep, roosters, frogs, ducks, donkeys, horses, snakes, etc.But what about the bunny?
I think someone who figures this out should get a Nobel prize.