October 21, 2006

Ghost

Having to pee in the wee of the night
After watching a movie specializing in fright
Can truly be quite a plight
(And no ... that's not my sister asking me to hurry up with the can)

16 comments :

John Carlos said...

This was so true to my childhood too! Thanks for the chuckle

tusen said...

ouch, I can imagine it might be really hard :D
btw, your ghost has lovely hair

diana Thung said...

The ghost reminds me of sadako from "The Ring"! Nice!

Artsy Momma Chic said...

hahaha, love the look on the poor kids face!!

michael dailey said...

great ghost and by the look of the poor kid he's lucky to be whizzing at all lol good fun

Michelle Lana said...

oh my....so cool and creepy....gosh, that hair from the "grudge" always freaks me out! i love it!

Dave M! said...

Very well-done, funny and original drawing. We've all been there, yet only one person came up with this concept. Your pissing coach would be proud.

JO said...

This is great. I have to take my Grandson and Nephew pee in the middle of the night because they are afraid of ghosts, so this really hit home.

the enigma said...

hah, very spooky and funny! luv it ^^

Lu*** said...

:)) enchanting!

Jeannette said...

very cool! i was always scared of ghosts when i went to the toilet as a child, too. i dont know why. i was terrified. (and i faced foward)

Gromit said...

Fantastic! Love your styles and this especially transports you right back to when you were a kid. Very true to life you are very observant. Love it!

carla said...

This really does touch upon the kinds of thoughts and feeling little kids have! I just love the humor and reality of the situation, even if the imagined ghost is just your sister! Great piece!

moverlow said...

Man do I love your work. I am always checking out your site. Awesome.

Bcubed said...

I like your style of art. Very well done and lively. Good characterizations.

constance said...

Ha! ha! I know how it feels like...although most of the time, I'd imagine a hand coming out from the toilet instead....Love your way of describing the situation and the illo as well:)