I attempt to be shallow and popular, I’m just not good at it. Love her facial expressions!
Being shallow is easy, being popular not so much. I had fun with her expressions, Carlo, glad you like them!
Ditto. I am popular in my own mind…shallow in everyone elses.
Maybe you should try a different PR firm?
Maybe she can start with popular first!
I doubt Beatrice’s anti-socialism would ever let that happen.
Funny thing is, ZB is being kind and compassionate, in his own way.
In a “laid out on a medical examiner’s table” kind of way.
She’s already famous in her own mind.
All that matters is that Wobbleism sees it’s place in history!
As Woody Allen said, “I don’t want to be immortal through my work, I want to be immortal by not dying.”
Haha, that’s brilliant!
Just like Lindsay Lohan!
That last panel pretty much sums her up! Thanks for the comment, Mike!
We’ll never forget Beatrice
That’s very kind of you, David. Just for that, she promises she’ll keep your future to herself.
In college I threw a bunch of crap together at the last minute for an art project, brought it in and got an A. It was an abstract bunch of plastic just glued together. Who is to say what’s art?
Definitely not art critics! Sometimes last minute art can transcend work you spent weeks on, go figure?
So in order to become popular I need to become shallow? …………..hmmm. What an interesting idea?! I may have to try that.
Popular and shallow don’t always have to go together. You can just be popular, if you want to.
I dont want to be shallow, but I’m not smart enough to be deep, so where do I wade then?!? [grin]
I’ve had shallow conversations with deep thinkers, and deep conversations with shallow thinkers, so I’m probably not the one to ask.
I’d rather be popular myself than have some weird EGG of mine be popular!
And being a misunderstood artist is overrated. ;`D Great strip and I think you should sell models of those sculptures she makes!
I’m sure Beatrice would be happy to hear that, Jande!
Shallow is where it’s at!
That’s all some people have!
Maybe she can sell the piece to Bill Cosby…wait, he liked pudding…
I’m sure he could afford it!
Does anyone have any tips on being shallow and popular? I’m afraid I’m just not cutting it
I think your skills as a shallow person are hopeless, Brandon. A blessing, really. As for being popular, that ball is your court!
Being shallow is hard work!
It’s tough to have nothing to talk about.
I can never seem to get my shallowness to pair up with my popularity. They don’t mesh well for me.
I just prefer to do the work, let the shallow ones do all the talking.
You really can’t judge self expression. We all have our shallow and popular times anyway. I’m a big ocean as of this moment.
Ocean is a great way to put it, it comes in and out like a tide.
Zombie Boy knows the ways of art and fame!
Rose colored glasses don’t work with zombies.
Hah! I love this!!
I like the wiggles.
Gelatin art has that effect! Glad you like it!
I guess everyone has to start somewhere. Deep & unpopular takes time to acheive
Out of shallow and popular, or deep and unpopular I don’t know which is worse!
Ways to be popular:
-make an x-rated video and post it online
-crash a white house party
-get abducted by aliens
-marry into it
Ways to be shallow:
-try to be popular
When you put it that way, I don’t want to be either, lol! Great list, Leroy!
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