Volley 6 by Cindy Li
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Our little dog is running away and I don't blame him if, as I suspect, this illustration is to scale and those are suppositories.

Cindy has taken our psychedelic spiral and extruded it and I'm not embarrassed to admit that the shape on the right hand side of this volley is just downright arousing. I don't even know what that's supposed to be but whatever freakydeak it is, that's my freakydeak. I'm printing this out and taking it to my therapist.

(You know he's totally going to tell me that my mother had black and red striped stretch pants or something. How would he know? What a tool.)


Play by play commentary for this match is provided, as it happens, by Kevin Guilfoile.

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