doctorow at October 10th, 2013 10:13 — #1
crajok at October 10th, 2013 11:09 — #2
I can project air from my mouth to make a whistling sound. Does that make me a musician?
I thought notes and rhythm did that.
maushammer at October 10th, 2013 11:12 — #3
edgore at October 10th, 2013 11:25 — #4
Hmmm...given the easiest way to develop a major sinus-tear duct connection, I am going to assume that his paint contains a particular "special ingredient". Probably makes it very easy to have all night painting binges too...
soulb at October 10th, 2013 11:51 — #5
O he'll get along great with this Ms. I Vomit Paint. Blech. "Art"!
garyprob at October 10th, 2013 12:45 — #6
Keith Boadwee did it better.
jandrese at October 10th, 2013 12:45 — #7
I'm going to tag this story whatcouldpossiblygowrong.
newliminted at October 10th, 2013 16:19 — #8
0% chance of me playing this video.
micah at October 10th, 2013 19:58 — #9
Sent to two ophthalmologists. One says, "The anatomy isn't supposed to do that. He must have blown out some valves." The other does not disagree.
acerplatanoides at October 10th, 2013 21:49 — #10
It's art, yes, but, well, eww.
brainspore at October 10th, 2013 22:00 — #11
Do you have any idea how much of my blood, sweat and tears went into this exhibition??
robcruickshank at October 11th, 2013 10:21 — #12
I had a friend when I was a kid who could blow bubbles in his eyes like that. I, on the other hand, can do this thing where my eyes vibrate. We made a good team.
fuzzyfungus at October 12th, 2013 09:19 — #13
I, for one, will be fascinated to learn which color permeates through the cornea and chillaxes in the aqueous humor for a couple of decades most efficiently!
doctorow at October 15th, 2013 10:13 — #14
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