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Monster #372 — The big idea, what’s the

the big idea, what's the

I know what you’re thinking.

You’re thinking: Where the heck have you been, Voz? You said you’d post a doodle a day, but there were no doodles for the past two days. Two days! Not a doodle in sight! Do you know how we suffered? What gives lady? *

I’d like to tell you something really dramatic and interesting happened, like I was made queen of Massachusetts and was busy making decrees such as “White chocolate will now be known as White not-even-close-to-tasting-like-chocolate-so-let’s-not-lie-and-call-it chocolate.” or trying on tiaras. But, alas nothing that interesting was happening. I was just cleaning the studio.

I’m back on the monster-doodling bandwagon now.

*Actually I have no idea what you’re thinking.

Do you even think in full sentences? I know I don’t. I think in fragments and caveman grunts. Like: doodle, good. where pen? Although more often than not, I’m just thinking: coffeecoffeecoffeeteacoffeenap.

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  1. justdoodleit says:

    I’m mildly surprised there’s no pudding in “coffeecoffeecoffeeteacoffeenap”.

    Really enjoy how conventional grammar goes for a toss while we are thinking. Saves a lot of time and confusion.

  2. justdoodleit says:

    Heck! How did the font become italicized?

  3. Ren Burke says:

    >Heck! How did the font become italicized?

    Maybe as the new Queen of Massachusetts, Voz now has the power to italicize at will.

    And yes…sentence fragments are the way to go.

  4. Jason Curtis says:

    I think in German…which is odd considering I don’t speak the language.

  5. Voz says:


    I figured out how to fix it, but if I fix it now, none of these comments will make sense, so it stays for now.

  6. You’re a woman after my own heart, Voz. Why the frack do they call it white chocolate, indeed! Personally, I like the italics. Makes me feel like I’m talking in a foreign language. Voz. Doodles good. Me like.

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