Vase

Okay, and here's the vase. I like it a little less than I initially did after seeing its humorous shape come out of the washing machine, but I still find I have affection for it nonetheless. ;-) I wish I hadn't "panic-decreased" at the end to give the bottom a more gradual "bulbousness." Oh well. If wishes and buts were clusters of nuts, we'd all have a bowl of granola.

Or so says one of my favorite TV shows.

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MMario's picture

That is one funky vase! But I can see where it wouldn't fit it just any decor.
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I love it. What a fun piece, and definitely not a YSP.

steve kadel's picture

wow. it's art

we put birds on things

grandcarriage's picture

I THINK THAT'S A HOOT! I love the bobbles, or should I call them "hobnails". It's very "McCoy"...LOL

Asbjörn's picture

Good comparison, it is quite McCoy-like. Very cool vase Yugi, nice work!
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crmartin's picture

Really cool, great job!

Randy

Randy

YugiDean's picture

Thank you all. Except...who (or what) is McCoy?

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crmartin's picture

McCoy was a pottery company, very collectible.

Randy

Randy

YugiDean's picture

People are comparing my little vase to a collectible pottery company?! That's so very flattering!!!!! I'm honored!

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purlyman's picture

Oh Alan... you could set the vase at the welcome table (sing about it), you could set it at the welcome table one of these days! Hobocamp... HOBOCAMP!

Frank

YugiDean's picture

LMFAO
Okay, from that episode (er...two episodes), probably my favorite part is:

Father: "Who are you?"
Jerri: "Jerri Blank."
Father (slowly): "No, who ARE you?"
Jerri (with more exaggerated slowness): "Jerrrriiiii Blaaaaank."

Love trust beauty friends fudge...

tee hee.

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purlyman's picture

I can't tell you how many "favorite parts" we have. We have all three seasons and have probably watched some episodes 10 times over. God!

Frank

YugiDean's picture

I'm easily up to that. Did you see the movie? What a riot. I think one of my favorite episodes (they're all great) is the baby one in the first season. I love her fit of rage after they give her the baby back: "god DAMMMMMMMIT!" as she swipes everything off the desk. Lovely. They said her rant came from an outburst that Aileen Wuornos made during her court proceedings. I think it goes, "May nest of Puerto Ricans take your mothers and your sisters..." Not very funny normally, but have Jerri Blank spouting it because they're giving her back her home-ec 10-pound baby, and you have comic genius. Heh. Amy Sedaris is brilliant. I'd love to see her doing a Tracy-Ullman-like show!!!! Reading about her in her brother David's books makes it sound like she'd be brilliant in that capacity!

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steve kadel's picture

i plead ignorance. what is lmfao?

we put birds on things

YugiDean's picture

LMFAO = "Laughing My Fucking Ass Off" :-)

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