Friday, 23 August 2013

Pangolin Poetry

Tracy’s bed and Damien’s shark
Left the punters in the dark.
Is it Art or a bit of malarkey ?

“Who cares ? It sells !” said wily old Saatchi.


  1. I should like to purchase that fish. Not at the ludicrous prices being cited by the lunatic in the photograph, but at £2.50. I would like it deep fried in lightly seasoned batter, with a small portion of chips.

    Incidentally, does the lunatic in the photograph have a sister? If so, I should like to be introduced to her. I will take her for a fish and chip supper.

  2. Sparkle Buttercup24 August 2013 at 11:54

    Previously stumped by their symmetry, I came here searching for techniques for drawing an upside down goldfish and this had the answer I was looking for. Thank you so much!

  3. As has been previously stated Mr Nerd, nothing on Pangolin is for sale. Furthermore, the image of the fish is a made-up drawing. It is not real. Which is what you need to get.
    My Dear Sparkle,
    Drawing upside-down dead goldfish takes lots of practice. And goldfish.

  4. Nothing on Pangolin for sale? What about the collection of dust for sale? Hmmm?

  5. You have a point there. The Dust Collection was in fact gifted to the Nation some months ago during a small ceremony at Scrotum Parva village hall [four time winner of Britain's Dustiest Village contest] and attended by a representative of the Culture Minister, three parish councillors and a curious horse.

  6. I had a curious horse once; it was pale blue with a fetching Paisley pattern, and had eight legs. it came to a nasty end when trying to run in two directions at once.

    It took us three weeks to clear up all the gore.

  7. Was this during the 70s ?


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