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I have had some pretty entertaining games of Pictionary with my best friend – being in a family of three, we force any houseguests to play games with us – but none of them involved someone drawing the Mona Lisa.
You drew the mona lisa!!!! Love it!!!!?!!!??
6/13/12 reply
Wait.. Those question marks weren't supposed to be there.
6/13/12 reply
good drawing of the mona lisa Emma!
11/5/11 reply
Thanks! That part was really fun to do.
11/5/11 reply
Well done, and the "WUMP" sound effect is a nice touch -- reminds me of old Peanuts strips.
8/24/11 reply
Thank you! I actually look to Peanuts as one of my inspirations, especially when it comes to sound effects.
10/16/11 reply
that's pretty awesome gurlll
8/6/11 reply
10/16/11 reply
I've played Emma in Pictionary and she's a formidable opponent
6/5/11 reply
Ha ha! I'm actually much better at Scrabble and Bananagrams, but thank you!
10/16/11 reply
wait a minute...u drew the mona lisa? oh god emma you're incredible!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
11/13/11 reply
Oh wow! THANK YOU! I put a lot of work into little touches that most people don't notice. :)
11/14/11 reply
Er... well I like little touches!
1/22/12 reply
Okay, Fred, I might not want to be your partner but were so gonna win this one. I am an artiste! Scribble Scribble. Um . . circle? Triangle? Stick? Come ON, Fred! Two words! Okay, person. Long hair . . uh . . hippie? ! Scribble Scribble Scribble Scribble. Times running out, Fred! A pictures worth a thousand words, and youve only gotta get two of them! Frankenstein? The Rocky Horror Picture Show? Scribble Scribble Scribble Scribble Scribble Scribble Scribble Scribble Scribble Scribble TIME! Oh, its the Mona LISA! Well, why didnt you just draw Leonardo da Vinci? I give up. WUMP.
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