So I Drew This!



Hmm, so this is my first attempt at cartoons. This one is mine, the one below is not. Of course, I was inspired :)

15 comments:

jerry said...

Austin Powers, dude, well you must be a 'master debater'.

That Armchair Philosopher said...

hehehe.. i'll keep THAT in mind :)

the wannabe indian punkster said...

Oh, now THIS is even better!

*must stop gushing*

Something to Say said...

Your inspiration sure was strong...and looks like the inspiration worked :)

That Armchair Philosopher said...

@punkster - sarcasm doesn't become you, punk-wannabe :)

@something - *right*

iz said...

Sigh. When I grow up I wanna say stuff like that too!

Surly Girl In The Corner said...

Oh Viksit swaytay, *not* the cunning linguist crack. Next you'll be saying you met a girl at a restaurant, and gladly ate her.

That Armchair Philosopher said...

@iz - heh and WHEN do you plan to grow up?

@surly - no, of course not dummy. these are hardly real life incidents. if they were, i'd have settled in nice and proper and not freaking replying to blog comments at 2:35 in the morning. :)

mahima said...

hehe
the cartoon below was hilarious..and due did you make that lemon meringue pie yourself!? recipe! now!
madame mahima here btw..stupid asshole beta blogger.

the wannabe indian punkster said...

Even when I'm NOT sarcastic, I get picked on.

Hmpf!

That Armchair Philosopher said...

@punkster - oh, my apologies.

uh, actually.

*gleeful grin* - get used to it!

That Armchair Philosopher said...

@mahima - yep, I figured that was you. :)
as for the recipe - I used one I came across on the web.

(quote)
# For Filling: Mix sugar and cornstarch in 2-quart saucepan. Stir in water gradually. Cook over medium heat, stirring constantly until mixture thickens and boils. Cook and stir 1 minute. Remove from heat and stir half of the hot mixture quickly into beaten egg yolks, then blend into remaining hot mixture in saucepan. Reheat to boiling; cook and stir 1 minute. Remove from heat; stir in butter and lemon juice, mixing well. Pour into baked pie crust.

# For Meringue: With electric mixer, beat egg whites and cream of tartar until foamy. Beat in sugar, 1 tablespoon at a time; continue beating until stiff and glossy. Add vanilla. Do not under beat. Spoon meringue onto hot pie filling; spread over filling, spreading meringue to edge of crust and adhering to prevent shrinking.

# Bake at 400*F (205*C) for about 5 to 7 minutes, or until a delicate golden brown. Cool away from drafts.


MY version:

I didn't have vanilla, I used lemon rinds instead. Oh and I bought a store made pie crust - those things are a bitch to make! And I *obviously* didn't have that tartar thing - so

http://www.ochef.com/933.htm

helped substitute.

GOD, I'm good. :D

artnavy said...

That was pretty good

I loved the look of the lemon pie

hedonistic hobo said...

oho that cunning linguist, master debater joke is old now da! come on mr. computational linguistics come up with something nu!
what is computational linguistics?

and recipes? you're sharing recipes!?! aww.............. i know it;s not foo foo fancy (i dunno why i insist on making the association between the onomaetopic foo-foo and fancy!?) but do you have a recipe for baingan ka raita. or katte baingan?

That Armchair Philosopher said...

@artnavy - hullo there!

@hobo - heh i know i know - that was just a testing the currents sort of a comic. i'll do better, i promise.

as for computational linguistics - its a part of artificial intelligence, where you analyze natural language through mathematical techniques to make sense out of things. deriving context for sentences, words, automating translation of languages, and what i use to do - making robots actually understand emotions elicited through music and spoken words.

as for recipes - sigh, no idea how those work, sorry. never even had baigan raita before, but sounds intriguing!