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a really, really quick design for the LMAO challenge
last sale 9 July 09


bird, chicken, dead, die, feathers, kill, road, speedbump


  • Jem Wright
    Jem Wrightabout 5 years ago

    lol great tee Jen

  • Thanks so much Jemma!

    – Jen Cannella

  • VonMcKnelly
    VonMcKnellyabout 5 years ago

    Excuse me Madam….dinner is now being served.

  • hahaha, there seams to be a little road grime on this chicken! : )

    – Jen Cannella

  • Drake445
    Drake445about 5 years ago

    HAHA.. that’s awesome!

  • hey JJ aren’t you supposed to be working?

    – Jen Cannella

  • Sam Dantone
    Sam Dantoneabout 5 years ago

    And the winner is…


    Sam Dantone

  • ha, hey thanks Sam!

    – Jen Cannella

  • Drake445
    Drake445about 5 years ago

    I was.. uhhh… taking a break… lol

  • ohhhhh a breaaaaak! : )

    – Jen Cannella

  • Syd Baker
    Syd Bakerabout 5 years ago

    Hey, you know around here squirrels are known as Nature’s Little Speedbumps! Or as I call them, “those little squirrel throw-rugs”

  • I saw one of those in a joke store one time, and a cat too. There were all different flat animals with tire tread marks on them and the tags said “Dinner”! : )

    – Jen Cannella

  • ArtSlut
    ArtSlutabout 5 years ago

    there’s a reason they call it “playing chicken” :-)

  • Ha yep, and someone always gets hurt!

    – Jen Cannella

  • WaleskaL
    WaleskaLabout 5 years ago

  • Hey, thanks so much for that!! : )

    – Jen Cannella

  • WaleskaL
    WaleskaLabout 5 years ago

    Stunning, it fits perfectly in our First Things Group!

  • O K you got it!

    – Jen Cannella

  • kangarookid
    kangarookidabout 5 years ago

    heheheheh… cool design, and good luck in the challenge X)! my last seen road kill was a baby skunk… 1st time i’d seen a baby skunk, was beginning to think there were no such things =/…

  • Thanks kangaroo!
    I heard the baby ones are extra stinky. I have never seen one though.
    They must be quicker at crossing roads! : )

    – Jen Cannella

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