Eat The Rich

Month: March, 2011

Words From The Genius

“Better to bend in the wind than to break.”


The Rock

Willem started a heavy-metal-ass-dragon-rib-piece, the guy he did it on was made of pure rock!

The guy didn’t move for 3,5 hours of lining on the ribs, occasionally we had to check if he wasn’t dead.

Happy Geburtstag Freund!

Today was Hellboys 25th geburstday!



Sammy Says

Samuel Leroy Jackson would say something like; “I’m tired of this motherfucking snake on this motherfucking skull!!

But he would be lying…… You can never get tired of snakes on skulls.

Verena Is The Name

Dick neck is the game!

Everybody, meet Verena, she helps out in the shop every now and then.

Peter Pipefish

Peter Pipefish picked a peck of pickled peppers,
A peck of pickled peppers Peter Pipefish picked;
If Peter Pipefish picked a peck of pickled peppers,
Where’s the peck of pickled peppers Peter Pipefish picked?

Spring Is Here

What better way to start he first blogpost of spring 2011 than with a bunch of flowers?

Ta Da!

Willem figured it might be a smart move to leave his bike here for the weekend, because he had to take the train to his girlyfwiend.

I figured, I might aswell make myself useful and decorate it for him, and surprise him when he gets back on monday. I hope he doesn’t read the blog in the meanwhile. That would ruin the surprise element, now wouldn’t it…

It took me quite a while, but I’m pretty happy with the end result.
I hope Willem likes it aswell.

Have a nice weekend!


The Japanese Shinto sun goddess, ruler of the Plain of Heaven.
Her full name “Amaterasu-Ō-Mi-Kami”, means “Great Goddess” or “Great Spirit Who Shines in the Heavens”.
She was so bright and radiant that her parents sent her up the Celestial Ladder to heaven, where she has ruled ever since.

When her brother, the storm-god Susanowa, ravaged the earth she retreated to a cave because he was so noisy. She closed the cave with a large boulder. Her disappearance deprived the world of light and life. Demons ruled the earth. The other gods used everything in their power to lure her out, but to no avail. Finally it was Uzume who succeeded. The laughter of the gods when they watched her comical and obscene dances aroused Amaterasu’s curiosity. When she emerged from her cave a streak of light escaped (a streak nowadays people call dawn). The goddess then saw her own brilliant reflection in a mirror which Uzume had hung in a nearby tree. When she drew closer for a better look, the gods grabbed her and pulled her out of the cave. She returned to the sky, and brought light back into the world.