Here’s another possible answer. And another sky gnome.
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HA! Those look like bat wings, maybe hinting at the misinterpretation of the “wise” sky gnome (that he’s actually not-so-good..).
And if you combine this with baseball bats, you can get a lot more enjoyment out of life than you may possibly be worth.
It rains crap from the sky, these days
is that cloud a part of the skygnome or is it only an accesory? so maney misteries of the natureto unveil
that sky gnome dude gives me the heebie jeebies!
i think it’s his wings…they have evil written all over them!
Using this theory going to Walmart is like Nirvana (not the band)
of course everyone already knows schadenfreude is what makes all home video shows and most reality programs so darn popular.
so the sky gnome is quite correct. both about an easy path to happiness and knowing that happiness is not what the wise seek.
and thus we see that being right is not always wise. but i would argue that being wise is always right.
and people will go through extraordinary lengths to make others miserable.
During this time at least one of your cartoons should feature a glove-wearing chicken.
I totally love how English-speaking people pick up all these unfriendly words from German.. Maybe it’s our language that predestined us to always be the bad guys..
And to the sky gnome.. maybe it’s the evil twin of the real one and the beard hides the.. well, other beard, so you have to put the bat wings on him to make it clear.
It’s obvious that sky gnomes watch way too much Jerry Springer.
Don’t gnomes usually carry fishing rods?
The worst thing is that he’s right… that way you’d be happy all the time. I recomend to everyone the Shadenfreude song from the Avenue Q musical… also hilarious
the truth hurts. i love it.
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