Copyright © Stan Ski 2008 - 2015
Yes-Man and No-Bot © Changnoi 2010
Dead good, I take it that's you on the left!Reminds me of Yeah Man! in Space Travel for beginners!
Thanks Ansy; That's right (left) - and he's on (in) the right.
Sorry AnDy...ASDF. I'm not a touch-typist...9wpm and rising...
I loved the way he put the Y and the N in the collar of Yesman and Nobot.A real fun post.
Thanks Old Egg; His attention to detail is amazing - he drew this in about 20 mins. Usually he draws from memory and his accuracy is astounding.
Sounds like an illustrator in the making. I like the no-bot.
there is a lot of talent in that young man. Your pride is radiating across the globe
Thanks to:Lilibeth; He spends hours dawing and colouring.SG Beatty; I think the world is ready for it.
This was a fun way to respond to the Sunday prompt!
I like it :-)
Cool, I like that. Clever kid eh.
very clever son :-) oh and i always find thai alphabet fascinating :-)
very very clever :)YESSSSSSSS!
Thanks to:Bunnygirl; It was fun to see his reaction to 'Yes and No'.Anthony North; Isn't that a song by Gerry and the Pacemakers?Linda May; Everyday he does something amazing.Totomai; He skipped 2 years at school....ฟหกดเเสว;( doesn't mean anything - just a few letters). Americanising Desi; I think so!
Wonderfully clever boy. And how lovely to read your feelings about him. Sweet. Blessings,Archna
Thanks Archna; I'm proud of him.
cool that you posted his picture on here to share with us - I bet it made him very happy :)
Love the drawing. It's funny how kids won't take yes or no as an answer sometimes. Their minds are so inquisitive that the question everything, at least my daughter does.
Thanks to:Dee; He thinks it's cool too.John; After yes...or no... comes the question 'Why?'