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Chris, chap, friendly fella that wishes the world believed in Karma, and that someone would hire him to do this at high res for a living!
Also quite opinionated and likes a good discussion which gets me in to trouble too often, mainly because people confuse "pub chat" with siriuz internet biznss.
It's my own stupid fault no doubt :D

Apologies if I inadvertently upset you by the nonsense/comedy swears/sarcasm I post, if you are bothered by something, please do gaz me and we'll sort it out.

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It's a sad fact but it seems I need this:
If you follow the link below you find the legal conditions of using my images. In short, they can be used, but not for any commercial purposes. If you do want to use my images for any other reason than this, you can email me via my website www.happytoast.co.uk



This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 2.0 UK: England & Wales License.


Here's my first ever post!







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master of camoflage


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half-arsed painful headswaps present

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LEAVE GARY ALONE!!! you made him cry you bastards!

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Jebas always volunteers to wash up after Easter lunch

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:D
this is a picture of me on the telephone talking like a grown up

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"not a bad handbook for life"

(Tue 21st Jan 2014, 22:47, More)

Best answers to questions:

» Spoooky Coincidence

a massive chain of events and a bit of an emotional ending
Mrs Toast is an illustrator who does work for various publishing companies around the world, one of which is based in France.
Many years ago she had some trouble getting hold of a copy of one of the magazine issues featuring her work. The publisher sent two out but they never arrived.
Skip forward several weeks and my cousin (who travels to France regularly) said she'd pick a copy up if it was still in the shops.
She managed to grab a couple of copies from Le WHSmith and brought them back with her.
However there was another delay here and there and it took another week or so before she managed to drop the magazine off at my parents house.
I had left home several years before but was working 5 miles away so decided to nip over during my lunchbreak to collect the magazine.
No one was in, so I grabbed the magazines and was about to leave, when for some reason I decided to go upstairs where I was met by my old cat. He was about 17 years old now and had been my pet since he was a kitten.
On seeing me he leapt up from the bed, meow'd alot and started purring, rubbing around my legs and being generally cat like.
After about 10 minutes of this I had to get back off to work so said goodbye and set off.

2 hours later my mum phoned to say that she had got home to find Tom had died in his sleep on their bed. That he had been very quiet and shakey for the last few days and his arthritis was really getting the better of him, so it was probably a blessing.

If Mrs Toast hadn't done the illustrations for that company in France who failed to send stuff out and my cousin hadn't been going to France and able to find the magazine and then have various delays so that the magazine didn't get to me until the day it did.... I would not have seen my cat one last time.

When I explained to my mum how bright and alive he had been on seeing me she fell apart crying, and I almost do typing this.
It's my one bit of possible, personal evidence that fate exists, and it does scare me a bit.
(Fri 9th Feb 2007, 8:00, More)

» What nonsense did you believe in as a kid?

religion

(Wed 18th Jan 2012, 16:10, More)

» Other people's diaries

hahahahahahahahahahahhahahahahaha........


......thrush
(Thu 1st Feb 2007, 20:23, More)

» Screwed over by The Man

what do you mean it was really popular?
Back in 1991 I was asked if I wanted to help out on some artwork and animation for a DOS based space adventure game. Happy to help I spent a few weeks of my spare time coming up with monster designs and simple animations in lovely old DPaint and the even lovelier DAnimate.
I handed the artwork over and pretty much forgot about it (college and running a video shop took my mind off it I guess). Fast forward maybe 15 years and I happen to discover that not only did the game get made, it was fairly successful and quite highly regarded, to the point that it had a decent budget sequel made a couple of years ago.

Not only did the man not pay me, he didn't even put my name down on the credits for the artwork :(
(Tue 7th Aug 2012, 13:27, More)

» Near Death Experiences II

Almost drowned by a Raleigh Grifter
Aged about 12 in the mid 80s I was coming home for tea riding my red Grifter (the tractor of the UK BMX world) and hoping it was Findus Crispy Pancakes and chips on the table. As I dexterously cycled up the narrow garden path to the shed (no doubt humming the theme to Kickstart in my head) I went to put my foot down on the low, half finished wall to the fish pond my Dad had just finished digging and filling.... and then everything went hazy.

Next thing I know I'm dripping wet stood beside the pond with my Mum shouting from a window as I tried to lift the bike out of the water.
It took two of us as it was upside down with the Grifter's massive handlebars firmly wedged across the bottom of the pond.
To this day I can't work out how I got out from underneath it.
(Thu 15th May 2014, 16:50, More)
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