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Eve then showed Adam the apple.


No... but I sometimes wonder why someone would long for eternal life when he can't figure out what to do on a rainy Sunday afternoon.

Hep Cat:

Now Adam told Eve, "Listen here to me,
Don't you let me catch you messin' round that apple tree."
Oh yeah, ever since the world began
A hard headed woman been a thorn in the side of man.


I wonder, was Eve "high" or "low" maintenance?

Kevin The Zeroth:

"I fart butterflies, Eve. What's the alternative?"

Hep Cat: that prompted me to listen to Elvis sing it on YouTube, which was fun. Thanks!

Sadly, it turns out they were both high maintenance, G.


Now we know what John's "perfect" woman looks like. Kind of surprised the guy doesn't look more like John.

John Cox:


There's a moment when I'm drawing nudes, even silly cartoon nudes, that my personal aesthetic comes into play. I wanted to draw the male as a heavy, complacent "David" (the sculpture) and I wanted Eve to have this feral hair style. Past that,
she was just a doodle with curves in all the right places.


Hey Craniac,

I'm sure if you brouse back, you'll find that John tends towards the vuluptuous curvy nature in his sketches.


"...is overrated"...said BO.


Oh forgot something.

...said BO to Michelle!


Cowboy, you heretic. How dare you compare the modern-day Melchizedek to Adam?

so much excellent info on here, : D.


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