Penguins of Our Lives

November 12, 2012 § 43 Comments

At the risk of revealing a little too much about how my mind works (or doesn’t), I have to admit something.

I can’t stop drawing penguins.

Ever since we talked about “Random Penguins,” I keep thinking of, well, random penguins. In the carpool line, waiting for my coffee order, when I’m supposed to be working, before I fall asleep… I draw penguins. On my phone. With my finger.

Maybe if I share a few of them here, I’ll get it out of my system, and then I can quit. Here goes:

Angelina Jolie penguin.

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Went and got some Lululemon and damn if she doesn’t walk around in little stretchy skirts all the time now like someone might just lob a tennis ball at her at any moment in the grocery store.

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Hipster penguin knew about that band before you did, mainstream loserface.

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“Sheeeeee-it, I love America.”

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Hot guy.

When the hot guy already has a girlfriend, so you ask, “Does he have a brother?” and your friend goes, “Yes, a TWIN brother,” and in the ideal scenario, it turns out they’re identical:

But come on. In real life, you know how it turns out. They’re fraternal.

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Too busy telling penguin jokes on Twitter to interact with other penguins.

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He pulls out a pack of ciggies, and everyone’s like, “Dude, who still SMOKES? That’s so 90s.” And then he puffs a few perfect-O circles, and everyone’s like, “That is soooooo cool.”

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This is that girl who thinks she’s totally pulling off the bold red lip for everyday. But she’s totally not.

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Carl tells everyone all about his vasectomy at parties. Gross, Carl.

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“My friends all rave about Spanx. Personally, I don’t wear them. But my friends do.”

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The great thing about Botox is that it really does allow freedom of natural facial expressions.

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1: Cut a hole in the box. 2: Put your beak in the box…

Tip of the iceberg, my friends.

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