Stuffing Monica in the dryer

  • Sandra Flores 9y

    jaja...that is sooo cute!!! great shot!!!! aawwww
  • Kariobinja 9y

  • Greg 9y

    Wonderful, imaginative and well composed. full of wit and retro-fun!
  • elivet 9y

    it is very funny, i like it, it´s great idea
  • Daniel Payette 9y

  • Patrick Q 9y

    Flickr's Laundromat
  • Neil Despres PRO 9y

  • nikomari 9y

    It's soooo crazy.
    I have to tell you that I love Tonic!
  • Andreas Schjønhaug 9y

    haha.. crazy
  • Iban Nieto 9y

    juasjuasjuasjuasjusaju, crazy!!
  • culprit_foto 9y

    i must add to the comments with a pat on the back
  • Stox - Ideas Playground 9y

    nice composition , light and colors !
  • 9y

    Tonic is a bad ass!!!!!
  • Jim McKinley 9y

    You are my winner!
    Please add this photo to
  • Don Baird PRO 9y

    What a hoot.

    You are my winner as well!
    Thanks for adding this photo to
  • Mattia Bassani 9y

    :-D :-D :-D :-D :-D :-D
  • Jim McKinley 9y

    I would like to shatter the illusion that it is better that a hundred thousand people should perish than that Tonic The Killer Robot should be even slightly inconvenienced. What follows is a call to action for those of us who care -- a large enough number to reinvigorate our collective commitment to building and maintaining a sensitive, tolerant, and humane community. I can't predict the future, but I do know this: His reckless accusations hand over the country to impolitic freaks of nature. Tonic then blames us for that. Now there's a prizewinning example of psychological projection if I've ever seen one. The fact that when I first realized that he considers it fair game to reinforce the concept of collective guilt that is the root of all prejudice, a cold shudder ran down my back, to say the least. His idea of callous, patronizing factionalism is no political belief. It is a fierce and burning gospel of hatred and intolerance, of murder and destruction, and the unloosing of an illiterate blood-lust. It is, in every sense, an illaudable and pagan religion that incites its worshippers to a crass frenzy and then prompts them to supplant national heroes with cheeky palookas.

    Tonic has called innocent children blockish sociopaths to their faces. This was not a momentary aberration or a slip of the tongue, and hence, we can safely say that he has no right to be here. That's self-evident, and even Tonic would probably agree with me on that. Even so, all he really wants is to hang onto the perks he's getting from the system. That's all he really cares about. The purpose of this letter is far greater than to prove to you how infantile and stuck-up he has become. The purpose of this letter is to get you to start thinking for yourself, to start thinking about how implying that we can all live together happily without laws, like the members of some 1960s-style dope-smoking commune, is no different from implying that advertising is the most veridical form of human communication. Both statements are ludicrous. Tonic's conjectures do not represent progress. They represent insanity masquerading as progress. It would not be out of character for Tonic to go to great lengths to conceal his true aims and mislead the public. Am I being unduly harsh in writing that? I think not. It really upsets me that Tonic wants to wage an odd sort of warfare upon a largely unprepared and unrecognizing public. And that's what writing this sort of letter is all about. It's a way to break the neck of Tonic The Killer Robot's policy of voyeurism once and for all.
  • Giselle Salas 9y

    very funny!!
    muy divertido
    me encanto el color y lo conseptual que se ve
  • Xee Me 8y

    Brilliant Robot!
  • julie 8y

    I think I saw this pic in a snowboard shop ad in a little magazine at Kissing Bridge..... I was like - that's one of my flickr contacts. small world sometimes
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