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It’s almost impossible to read, but the packing labels say: “Chapel Smith, 42 Penny Lane” and “Millinery Co., Drum Isle, Grand Line.” They reference three of my favorite things: the Beatles, the Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, and One Piece. Drum Island is located in the Grand Line ocean and is the place where one of the main characters, Chopper, was born.
Cross my heart, smack me dead, stick a lobster on my head.

John Crichton, Farscape
3/30/12 reply
awwwwwwww... SO CUTE!!!
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I guess that LS has a lobster phobia. <_<
Dr. Taxil Necrobane 11/7/11 reply
Quite possibly.
11/7/11 reply
i wanna get a lobster from a grocery store and teach it 2 pinch on command. trained my cat to sit n speak, so it might be possible. i always felt bad for those lobsters! also emma how many hours does it take 4 u 2 make a strip???
11/13/11 reply
Well, the newer strips have a higher level of detail, so it takes me maybe...4 hours? 5 hours? I don't know! I'm planning on making a time-lapse video soon, so I'll see then. But I don't actually know! I guess it varies.
11/14/11 reply
is scary having a website?
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Is it scary having a website? No, not at all! It's fun, actually.
11/14/11 reply
but, like, ANYONE could post on it. Like...villians!!! and...robbers!!! AUGH!!!! AND SASQUATCH!!!!
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I'm really not worried! :D
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