Surprising origins of a face drawing


10 Responses to “Surprising origins of a face drawing”

  1. Lizzle says:

    Aw! Consider my heart warmed.

  2. Rick. says:

    I read this article awhile back while doing the usual random link-surfing. Such a great story. With a conclusion made possible by the internet.

  3. virgil says:

    What a great story. He’s absolutely right when he tells his dad that this is exactly what the internet was invented for.

  4. ella says:

    ha, I totally remember that Frank Webb book from when I was a kid. I think mine had a different cover though.

  5. hemidemisemiquaver says:

    I love this so much. THIS sort of post is the essence of boingboing to me, not goatse analogues or even papercraft.

  6. papasteveo says:

    Haha! I love The Sneeze. Be sure to read through ‘Steve,don’t eat it!’ in which he makes (and drinks!) his own prison-wine-in-a-sock.

  7. Sawdust says:

    I’m not sure exactly why, but that was so enjoyable that I was laughing uncontrollably by the second page. Wonderful!

  8. Evil Jim says:

    I read this article “live” as it was updated on The Sneeze. It’s a fun & fulfilling read.

  9. jplkeekif says:

    Am I the only one that thinks the face is wearing a blindfold?

  10. Lone says:

    No I can see the blindfold and upturned nose too, as well as the dashing, sneezing fellow.

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