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"it is the dead hungry caterpillar from the book the dead hungry caterpillar from when i was a little boy. he is so starved all of the time and he just keeps on eating all of the things that he finds near his house and it is a good book because he is not afraid to try new things and i think that is important for people to try new things because if you dont try new things then you might not become a butterfly at the end of it and if you dont try anything new then you might just be a caterpillar for the rest of your life and everyone would just think you are really disgusting and thin and no one would talk to you because you would be a thin worm and you would just be really horrible to be around all of the time as well so i think that it is just important to try some new things but i dont think that it is good to eat a boy like he does in the book because it is just not the right thing to do trust me. Chris (Simpsons artist) xox"
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March 26, 2012 at 6:01pm
'When Eddie first met him Ivo was spending all his time carving miniature figurines out of frozen snot. His face could only be done justice by the glare of a hurricane lamp and his DNA probably resembled popcorn…When Eddie asked him to define a snail he described it as a 'small, hard, electric child'… Ivo had written a haiku of Woyzeck to save people sitting through the whole thing:
Flying kitten - catch!
Bugger goes mad -
— The Crime Studio, Steve Aylett, p. 42-43.