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Wednesday, November 09, 2005

Why Samurais Don't Play Football

This picture is titled, "Why Samurais Don't Play Football". I drew this on a piece of cardboard found while I was sitting around at a rehearsal waiting for something to do. I just used photoshop to color it in in. No tinkering. It has a grainy look because of the cardboard texture. I kind of like the grainy look. Anyhow, if a Samurai ever asks you to play football say no. That's my safety tip for the kids at home. Remember, No football with Samurais! Personally I love football. I also love Samurais but I would never combine the two. Even if you don't love football or Samurais will you love me?


  • I love Footballers and Samuraising but NOT football and Samurai! Love ou anyway. Love

    By Blogger Anonymous, at 00:51  

  • Thank you for very good tip at home. I will try putting footballers instead of footballs with Samurai next time. Love

    By Blogger Anonymous, at 00:55  

  • I like the idea of crossover sports, take the fad of chess-boxing sweeping Europe. That's right it combines the intellectualism of chess with pugilism in alternate rounds. the winner is determined either through TKO or KO or check mate - which ever comes first. Enough of that at the end of the month I'm off to Tokyo for a week so will keep an eye out for any errant Samurai, especially those named Shintaro. Love to you Unknown-san.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 01:53  

  • Ooops...that previous comment was from me.

    Detlef (aka forgetful-san)

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 01:54  

  • Samurai? I was thinking of sumo...


    By Blogger Caroline, at 02:49  

  • I LOVE Samurai... I was one in another life. A very bad one in fact!!! But I'm sad for this poor football player. I was never a footbal player in another life... LOVE TO YOUR FAMILY, YOUR FRIENDS, YOUR GIRLFRIEND, YOUR CATS...EEEE... Is that to much Love? LOVE

    By Blogger merlinprincesse, at 07:22  

  • Samurais are scary, as evidenced by this picture. it could have been a photo. please don't let your kids play with/become samurais.

    By Blogger Hero's Cousin, at 08:17  

  • Talk about a contact sport. hehehehehehe

    By Blogger Burfica, at 10:22  

  • sandbox: I thought you would be a huge fan of the Panthers or the Jaguars. Love to ou too.

    anonymous: Did you get the same result with footballers?

    detlef: Is chess boxing real? It sounds awesome. That's why I love football. It's like violent chess. I knew it was you. Beware of Tom Cruise posing as a Samurai.

    caroline: Sumo?! Hmm... Interesting idea.

    merlinprincesse: I was a rubber band in a former life. That life stretched on and on. Bwhahahahah. Eh... Never too much love!

    hero's cousin: A photo! Ha ha!

    burfica: LOL! Funny!

    By Blogger The Unknown, at 13:38  

  • After home experiment - yes the same thing happens to footballers. Trying cricketers next! Love.

    By Blogger Anonymous, at 16:26  

  • I am NOT huge fan of ANYONE! Love.

    By Blogger Anonymous, at 16:28  

  • oooo. i love the colour red. sometimes i'm just so happy that blood is red, cuz my body is filled with blood!

    By Blogger Catnapping, at 17:17  

  • OUCH!

    By Blogger Chuang Shyue Chou, at 17:27  

  • Mr Unknown-san, yes chess-boxing is real. Participants have specialist training regimes..,15873,1637295,00.html


    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 19:00  

  • Hmmmm, looks like what started as art really does seem to have been transfigured into sport - is Detlef trying to say something without strrrrring? Love Unknown-san anyway. Love.

    By Blogger Anonymous, at 02:04  

  • A rubber band???? COOOOOL

    By Blogger merlinprincesse, at 08:05  

  • If you ever see someone on the football field with a sword, you should always run the other way.

    Football can be rough
    when combined with Samurais
    a head could be lost

    Btw, the link works now.



    By Blogger Sandy, at 12:14  

  • No it would not work to combine Samurais with Football players, it is quite obvious Samurais play "Headball" not "foot" ball. As it seems the penalties are stiffer and more permanent,it would at least justify the football players pricey contracts!
    Love to you for Football that was worth watching.

    By Blogger LDahl, at 12:21  

  • Hello Fozzy Bear...Sometimes, the truth is in th quizzzzz. LOL. Have a nice day... LOVE.

    By Blogger merlinprincesse, at 04:40  

  • Well I learned something here. A head rolling around would just confuse everyone. And all that blood would just be a slippery hazard. Your sick and twisted illo is just the delightful chuckle I needed this morning. Love

    By Blogger Holly, at 05:09  

  • Good safety tip. You also never want to make comments about a Samurai's shoes--they are very senstitive about that.

    By Blogger Tony Sarrecchia, at 07:25  

  • Question, if the Samurais lose, do they all fall on their swords at the end of the game?

    By Blogger LDahl, at 08:04  

  • I love Samurais, hate football. I think they should play and put an end to it all.

    Bloody sports! };-}



    By Blogger Perriette, at 09:15  

  • anonymous: Crickets are fun to chase and eat. Yum!

    sandbox: Bad kitty! Off the furniture.

    catnapping: Strange. But I love it.

    chuang syue chou: Indeed!

    detlef: That is so awesome in a real creepy way.

    sandbox: nesupa?!

    merlinprincesse: Hmm...

    holly: Happy to be of service?

    tony: Also a good saftey tip.

    ldahl: Yes! Funny thought!

    fifi: You just want to chase frisbees?

    By Blogger The Unknown, at 16:35  

  • OOPS! Somehow I skipped sandy ldahl and merlinprincesse! OOPS!

    sandy: Thank you for the funny comment. Thank you for getting the link to work! love

    ldahl: You like blood sport?

    merlinprincesse: Fury is about the only thing Fozzy and I have in common. That and the fact that I love to tell lame jokes.

    By Blogger The Unknown, at 16:48  

  • Lol. Desktop, ho!

    By Blogger fairclavicle, at 22:06  

  • fairclavicle: Wee Hee!

    By Blogger The Unknown, at 12:09  

  • Needs more gore.

    By Blogger Jonpaul, at 01:11  

  • jonpaul: At last we agree on something.

    By Blogger The Unknown, at 01:25  

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