This is a donut mascot. He has a giant smile, a crazy brain and sprinkles. He likes a good joke and and a hearty laugh. He finds himself laughing at all the wrong times. Donuts are so good. I live next to a Krispy Kreme. They make them so fresh, melty and good.
This is a cheeky mascot of the number one american junk food — the hamburger. It is the pinnacle of american culture. Empires were built with ingenuity, a hamburger patty and two pieces of bread. This is a sentient hamburger with an attitude, cheese and pickles.
I used to live in the heart of Georgia Peach country. I was in a tiny lazy orchard town right next to an interstate going south. I stayed inside most of the time and worked on my art. In the summer it was too hot and too humid. In the winter it was cold sparkly, crunchy and sometimes gray and wet. But it wasn’t comfortable. I used to drive with my grandma to a peach orchard even farther out in the country. Everything was green. The skys were puffy with nimbus clouds and the thunderstorms were regular. I don’t miss the thunderstorms. Or the humidity.
Ghost peppers are the hottest chili peppers in the world. This is a red cartoon chili pepper sticking out its tongue. It is fun to watch people eat these on Youtube. They are so hot that they can literally choke you. Be careful kiddie
I love Ghostbusters. It is the best comedy from the 80s. The Stay Puft Marshmallow Man has held a special place in my heart and in pop culture since he was invented and chosen as the final form of Gozer. He is so hefty, fluffy, sweet and sinister — just like a typical American. Merica! RIP Harold Ramis you were a genius. I wish I could still get as excited for movies as I did as a kid. There is something to be said for watching movies when you don’t quite understand how grownup life works. It ads a layer of magic to almost everything.