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measure twice, cut once by Bob-Rz measure twice, cut once by Bob-Rz
the important question is what is the real problem here? is it that the kid on the left has rushed into his project with little thought and is blind to what problems he may have or could encounter later on? that he is in denial of his possible mistakes? or is that the kid on the right is too quick to pass judgment? that he is skeptical and doubtful of the other kid's alternative approach to the project?

i want to think that this thing would work. i hope that it all turns out ok. but the more i think about it the more i wonder about the structural integrity of the the boy's project. that he got ahead of himself and made hasty mistakes. the results thus far make me wonder if there is a method to his madness or just a madness to his methods. despite his possible blunders he could still pull this thing off. it reminds me of the time my cousins and i made a tree fort (platform) using this wood from a shed that got torn down. the wood wasn't of the best quality. it was kind of weak and i think a little rotted. but we just built layer upon layer upon layer of crapy wood until we decided it could hold our weight. and that kid on the right could probably pull it off too provided he has enough wood.

though, it has been my personal experience that having wood tends to just create more problems. ;)
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LegendaryAsshole Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2010
Wow, if you look at the heart well enough it looks like two people making out.
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MasterHand14 Featured By Owner Jul 2, 2009
This is an amazing philosophical art piece. And also quite true about many people.
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impulsivelyliving Featured By Owner Apr 11, 2009  Hobbyist General Artist
Even though its old, it's witty. :thumbsup:
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siku Featured By Owner Oct 28, 2008  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Seems more like a conversation between me and the 4th year architecture student... <_<;;
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briannamal Featured By Owner Oct 8, 2008  Hobbyist General Artist
Haha, "Having wood". ;P
Aww, the "project" is a metaphor for love...
How sweet... or heartbreaking. :heart:?
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TgirlValentine Featured By Owner Jan 1, 2008  Hobbyist Writer
sometimes it's just hard to piece it all together.
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hyper22 Featured By Owner May 20, 2007  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
though in my case, a lack of wood is much better. even in building. the last attempt that I made at building ended in bitter, bitter tragedy. (It fell, and my cat just happened to be the poor bystander who got injured in the madness.)
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Boojamon Featured By Owner May 16, 2007  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Oh, I get it.
*hugs*
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squirminator2k Featured By Owner Mar 19, 2007  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I think all projects like this end badly. Regarding the tree house, sooner or later that rotted wood is going to fall through. I expect something similar will happen with this boy's project.

This image really sums up my last relationship rather well. I tip my hat to thee.
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themongolianshemonk Featured By Owner Mar 8, 2007  Student General Artist
hehe its a heart!
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