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Wednesday, February 28, 2007

Eyes Without a Face

I hope there are vegans who read this blog. Vegans with a sense of humor.

Amy Sedaris, whose book I Like You: Hospitality Under The Influence was a sad disappointment, does better with the Amy Sedaris Craft Challenge.

Taking the vegan lament/boast/challenge/oneupmanship of "I don't eat anything with a face" a little too seriously, she challenged people to add googly eyes to non-faces and put the resulting pictures up on Flickr.

The resulting 316 photos can be seen via a link at the page given above. Many are hilariously creative. For those with a sense of humor.

Those with absolutely no sense of humor whatsoever can complain here to people with even less of a sense of humor than you.

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