The thing I will miss about childhood the most is the ability I had to totally surround myself with one duvet. Like a chrysalis.

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At around the beginning of 2006, one crazed individual called John Campbell set himself a challenge: to draw one comic each hour for every hour he was awake. And he did this for the entire month of Janurary. On February 1st, eighty zillion people from around the world documented their every waking hour in this way. The result was a variety of comics in different styles, time zones, and perspectives. Some were funny, some where well-drawn, and some were just plain lovely.
Then there was mine.



6-7am
(bottom right: "this is pretty much as good as it gets. but hey, message before delivery, right? right? rig")
7-8am
(top right: "Drawing on the bus is difficult")
8-9am
9-10am
10-11am
11am-12noon
12noon-1pm
(bottom right: "so you have a scanner?"/"Yeah but I don't know your email"/"I'll phone it to you"/"I don't know how to use a phone")
1pm-2pm
(center right, next to monitor: "Desperately trying to finish comic") (there is meant to be an arrow there pointing to me)
2pm-3pm
3pm-4pm
4pm-5pm
5pm-6pm
(arrow pointing to me at center right: "BADLY DRAWN, EVEN BY MY STANDARDS")
6pm-7pm
7pm-8pm
8pm-9pm
9pm-10pm
(bottom right: "(Despite the fact that my skills at dancing are about as good as my skills at drawing)")
10pm-11pm
(that's "behind the backs of teachers")

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