The four bots of the apocalypse: Death, Pestilence, Famine and Rambo. I mean, War.
I’m totally overwhelmed by the number of inappropriate nut jokes I could be making right now.
This was actually one of the first bots I planned on making, but then I realized that inside-out bots are hard. So I procrastinated. FOR OVER A YEAR.
Mostly, I think the transformation looks….. unpleasant.
Behold, Cthulhu Bot, DEVOURER OF VIRTUAL WORLDS!
I know that holding up the celestial globe/world was a punishment and all, but what the heck does he do when his nose gets itchy?
Cerberus is totally the best kind of dog; multiple heads for petting, but only one butt for pooping.*
That is, of course, assuming it’s not one of those drooly dogs, with the drooling and the mouth froth. Then you’ve got three times the spittle, as well. BUT ONLY 1 BUTT FOR POOPING. It’s still a win.
*I was going to make some sort of convoluted comment about how Cerberus guards the river Styx, and how the only Styx song I know is Sailing Away, and how intensely awesomely ridiculous that song is, but I though a poop joke was funnier. We like to keep it classy here at Robot a Day.
I always have wondered if rapunzel was a dude, if it would have been a beard that was climbed instead of long hair…..
This sphinx’s riddle would be slightly different than the traditional sphinx: “What walks on two legs in the morning, two legs in the afternoon, and two legs in the evening?”
the answer, of course, is a robot, assuming the bot doesn’t use castors instead.
I think the princess is somewhat skeptical of the frog’s tale.
Honestly, can you blame her? It’s a talking frog.
I can’t decide if the moral of the story is “never judge a book by the cover”, or “kissing frogs leads to hallucinations”.
You know, the minotaur is really just like a kitten; a large ball of string is key to his downfall.