|"Two mice looking over the shoulder of a chef cooking a pot of peas."|
That's an interpretation from my wife from yesterday's blot. You would think I would be 'gentle' or 'reserved' about this, but truth be told, I am a little scared. She (like a lot people, apparently) did this and the others below at work. No provocation, no request. This isn't some cutesy thing we are doing together. If I can't put her up for Redemption, then what's the point?
I did mean to ask her why her mice look like rams, and while I assume the star on the chef's hat is some idle decoration, hopefully she will explain that too. Let's look at some more from her:
That there is a hawk, who is also a conductor. A dual-baton-wielding hawk conductor in a spiffy tux. She didn't include what musical piece he was dealing with at the time, but I imagine it was something along the lines of this right here.
A few of you that watched Episode 11 (where she already received some ratings) might be familiar with this. Yes, it is a turkey on top of some lingerie-clad androgynous individual.
|It's all about using the negative space. And a proper baster.|
So, what do you say? How would you rate her on The Scale? Here is a quick refresher: On a scale of 1 to 5, where 1 is "mild" and 5 is "mild with a 99% chance of intense psychosis," what would you give her? There are many Redemption chapters to look at to get an idea of how the scoring goes, and let's just revisit D4 for his take on the Turkey Head:
|D4, what a nice guy! Has your opinion changed with the additional interpretations?|
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