.I love the concept of genetic Frankensteins!..its the first time i really want to something but im not sure if i can! ....veery well done! you managed to show repulsion wich is something I could not do. beautification was always coming on the way.... give me some time to get back here
The next time I turn the corner when im in town , I am probably going to imagine this , staring at me and I imagine it would make an awful gurgly chuffing noise when it "breathed" through one of its ..orifces.I'd hunt that thing down and have it stuffed and put on my wall and name it Lester..or in the oven sans tentacles ( they seem like the most sinewy part of the yet to be prepared carcass )..either or will work ! haha ..
In Perth, New South Wales, scientists have re-invented the traditional Great British Christmas Dinner, and come up with the world's first 'Chickeroo'. Best marinated in cheap chardonnay and cooked on a barbecue, the chickeroo is big enough to satisy even the biggest bushwhacker's appetite.
But watch out when you're preparing your chickeroo, 'cos they're tough old critters and have been known to spring right off the barbie and dart off into the bush where they live and breed in increasing numbers, threatening the outback with another cane toad-style infestation. The urban rogue chickeroo (pictured above) has adapted well to its environment, living off discarded take away food, and stale lager. Its aggressive nature and predeliction for alcohol lead to many a back-alley knife fight, and an injured chickeroo such as this one can be highly dangerous especially when cornered.
Congratulations, mate. Once again, Gutless, having eaten too much cheese before bed-time, has burped up another nightmare from the dark larder of his subconscious.