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this speaks for itself

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Hmmm...

Seems accurate. Talented picture as always.


dommi-fresh responds:

as always


And now imagine....

Im going to open my profile on facebook...


dommi-fresh responds:

what?


necrinomicon!!!

haha sorry, I just noticed the striking resemblance to the necrinomicon from evil dead :D


dommi-fresh responds:

thats the idea


funny but...

Marilyn Manson made that Fakebook joke first...just like the 333 half evil thing...people are aways stealing his jokes or having the idea after he does! haha
That drawing is kind of harry potter-like,I'm pretty sure there was a talking book on it and crows (or whatever that bird is)
I think you could have painted that more than one color.the tongue and the eye of the bird for an example and the pages of the book could have been white,or just kind of dirty.or maybe you were trying to achieve something by leaving both on one color only...anyhow,it's very nice,but not epic,it serves it's meaning.


dommi-fresh responds:

i wanted to keep it bold colours like the logo and i couldn't care less who came up with fake book first.


Holy fucking shit

The necronomicon...... FACE book!!!...... WAHHHHH!!! DEADITES!! Still Gid joke though.

still pretty cool though

Fuck this is the closest I've been to shitty social networking in a few years


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deadites WHERE?! quick get Ash

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Jan 5, 2011
10:36 PM EST
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