Thursday, October 9, 2008

who's the shit?

loopyboopy's the shit!

and i will personally take on anyone who would say otherwise. oh ya, that's right, i'll go ya!
colleen's sculptures were the first that i found instantly recognizable on ,
if you look at it and think,
"well lookie here, i don't know if i want to knock it's head off before it attacks me, or give it a bowl of soup and a toasty, warm blanket fresh out of the dryer."
then it's a loopyboopy.

I will most definitely feature loopyboopy again when my blog becomes wildly popular and gets a million hits a day because,

1) it’s my blog and I can do that if I want

B) colleen is constantly tweaking the nuances of her characters so there are always new things to see. It’s like a new shop all the time, yet always distinctly colleen.

five fluffy questions for loopyboopy

1-food guilty pleasure
(you know, the one you would rather not admit to):
A big ol plate of greasy salami and crackers that I make for myself in the evening after everyone has gone to bed. It just tastes best when I'm alone.

2-drink of choice
(don't tell me water): Well, since I can't say water..yeah right:) This really depends on the time of day. Of course that big cup of steamy coffee in the morning would be high on the list. In the evening, depending on the type of day I've had either a Corona beer or a stiff Crown Royal and Coke.

3-favorite "all in the family" character
(Gee, our old LaSalle ran great.): Yikes, this one will date ya hah? Since I was just a wee one when this show was on I remember liking Sally struthers big bouncy hair and tits, hoping I would one day grow up to be so big and beautiful.

**in my defense, all in the family was on in the background when i was writing these questions. i am actually very young, sparkly eyed and bouncy, a young sally struthers one might say.

4-favorite website
(not etsy): oohh I have many, but this is my current favorite.

5-favorite concert ever
(stadium, community hall, pub, garage, doesn't matter): This is easy. Black Flag, at this underground club in Detroit called the Hungry Brain. I remember Henry Rollins climbed
on top of the stack of speakers that was all tall as the building itself and jumped into the crowd..what a man!!

thanks colleen :)

1 comment:

Sandra said...

I think Loopy's sic and I mean that in the way a 10 year old boy would. I'll even give her a fist pump too!