28. Mai 2012

23. Mai 2012

Quinn Fabray / Lucy Caboosey


I know what you're thinking. “Prom queen? You're smart and super pretty and relatively sane for a girl. Does being prom queen really matter to you?” Well, it does. Prom queens live, on average, five years longer than regular people. It's probably because they smile all the time. And smiling has been proven to ward off diseases.

7. Mai 2012

Emma Pillsbury - A Regular Agatha Christie


Well, like the other day at the market, he made me buy the green grapes and the red grapes. Then we put them together in the same bowl and just ate them. It was madness! Sheer madness!

2. Mai 2012

Sue Sylvester - All coffee and no omelet


You know I’m tired of hearing people complain, “I’m riddled with this disease,” or “I was in that tsunami.” To them I say: try shaking it up a bit. Get out of your box, even if that box is where you’re living. I’ll often yell at homeless people, “Hey, how’s that homelessness working out for you? Give not being homeless a try!"

So here's my sim version of Jane Lynch in her role as cheerleading coach Sue Sylvester on Glee.