Artists are notorious for pouring their heart and soul into their work, but historically, they also put some of their literal body parts into it as well!
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I was going to comment on Olivia's uptalking and vocal frying, but I've just watched a video where Neil Degrasse Tyson does the same... So, it might be just the new trend in scientific outreach, to talk like a teenage girl to sound more approachable.
I love your art science episodes. I honestly want a whole Crash Course series on the chemistry and physics of art, including an in-depth color theory lesson with how different color pigments mix.
But that’s honestly just the art geek in me wanting to satisfy the science geek in me.
Eww...sounds like a great writing prompt for a creepypasta though. Interestingly enough though, as a horror narrator here on YouTube, I haven’t read or heard any stories with body part art as a premise 🤔
Speaking of which, did anyone see the portraits that Barack Obama ordered? I wonder if 'THOSE THINGS PAINTED ALL OVER HIS FACE' are included as part of the paint ingredients. Wouldn't surprise me, considering he spent 67k on hotdogs. Anyway, more than 30% of the worlds soil is from Fungi and so matter has been eaten and pooped out so many times that really the whole world is like 2 girls, 1 cup except that we only think of our local timeline and so we forget that at one time the elements we are comprised of might have been some sasquatch's skat that was vomited out by a T-Rex that suffered anal warts which were infested with fly-maggots that ate the face of a dead marine beast.
Dear Olivia, you are as beautiful as Bolivia, as mysterious and exotic as Narnia. Your sweet voice is as soothing as chocolate-vanilla pudding. You are my muse, my inspiration, my booze. When I see that Scishow notification alert, I channel my inner nerd, oh how I learn and I yearn, for your sweet voice Olivia. I hope you see my comment, even if it is a bit low-end!
Hubba Bubba Dude, this was at the top when I found it. If you were dating a girl for a month or two, it might not be weird - but she is a stranger, and you were literally saying you are addicted to her like alcohol... that's pretty creepy man.
+Samuel R Well you must have sifted through a fair deal of comments to find this poem? And you even bothered to comment... Also do you think that maybe those two words aren't mutually exclusive? Something can be ficticious and exotic, amazing I know...
Ok that escalated quickly. I think my poem was pretty innocent? That's what I intended anyway. I'm pretty sure she's too busy to even read the comments anway, so your white knighting is a futile endeavour. Seems like you have some pent-up emotions yourself, buddy. I suggest finding a punching bag to take out some of that aggression.
+Krystof Dayne i've had girlfriends, they bored me and didn't appreciate my puns and poetry. I've never had to pay for sex and don't intend to start now just because of a dry spell. Also why do you even bother to comment with such negativity?
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