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Simple Logic - Twilight

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The caricatures of the celebrities in this post are truly amazing. The artists who do them seem to have a sixth sense of the facial features that need to be exaggerated. This artist didn’t fail and allows us to see them as we do in our subconscious mind.

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Men has always been a model of strength and constitution. Well, not any more. In these days there are more and more strange people. this gallery is just a short list of bizarre men. This guys are not even close to that what the men was suppose to represent in the past. Enjoy in this odd gallery if you can.

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Poems written by husband to wife!!

I wrote your name on sand it got washed.

I wrote your name in air, it was blown away. then

I wrote your name on my heart & i got Heart Attack.

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Here are some interesting caricatures of the celebrities, mostly actors and actress. There is also one football (soccer) star, guess which one is? After all all those caricatures looks very funny and there is no need not to smile. If you know some else please let me know and I will insert them too.Some of the earliest caricatures are found in the works of Leonardo da Vinci, who actively sought people with deformities to use as models. The point was to offer an impression of the original which was more striking than a portrait. Gian Lorenzo Bernini (1598-1680), one of the great early practitioners, was favored by the members of the papal court for his ability to depict the essence of a person in ‘three or four strokes.’ In fact, the word “caricature” comes from the Italian caricare, “to load”, thus the caricaturist’s aim is to invest his image with as much meaning as possible.The first book on caricature drawing to be published in England was Mary Darly’s A Book of Caricaturas (c. 1762). The two greatest practitioners of the art of caricature in 18th-century Britain were Thomas Rowlandson (1756–1827) and James Gillray (1757–1815). Rowlandson was more of an artist and his work took its inspiration mostly from the public at large. Gillray was more concerned with the vicious visual satirisation of political life. They were, however, great friends and caroused together in the pubs of London. See the Tate Gallery’s exhibit James Gillray: The Art of Caricature.

angelina jolie caricature

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Babe MagnetDaddy Illuminati: Baby As Babe Magnet
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I found myself casually strolling through a mall the other day. As a new dad I often do crap I once hated just because I’m desperate to kill time. Never in my single-guy life did I ever wander around a mall without a purpose. I’d go to the mall to purchase necessary goods and when I was done, I’d use the nearest exit — even if it wasn’t where I was parked. As a stay-at-home dad I’ve exhausted all other time-killing options at this point. This is why I’m roaming around Macy’s and regretting the inhalation of an entire Cinnabon.

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Why to use glasses

"Glasses, Why to use them?"

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