Most larger demons died within the first three billion years of our universe’s existence, but this diminutive flying demon has been wreaking havoc and causing mischief for fourteen billion years now. It is half a millimeter in width and can form plasma arcs. Its eye is inside its mouth and its veins spell 666.
Any temptation can be endured for short periods by even the least among us. Even the lightest temptations will break the strongest among us given enough time.
This alien ghost has one eye, one nose, and one mouth, each on a separate head. It is covered in question marks and cloaked in mystery. When unscrambled, the letters on its skin spell “Boo, boo, boo, I will eat you.”
Taking a break can sometimes help you get more done in the long run.
This animal uses its grooved flippers to hold on to the slippery rocks on the shores of its home planet. It is an air-breathing reptile that lives in salt water and eats mostly seaweeds, though it may rarely snatch up an odd crab or two.
It has poor vision, but partly makes up for this with the row of chemoreceptors on its upper lip.
When threatened, it will roll into a ball with its dorsal osteoderms facing outwards. Merchandise with this design is available in my store.
It is better to eat a burger made by washed hands than to eat a burger made by gloves that have previously taken out the trash.
It is better to look both ways before running a stop sign than it is to stop and go without looking.
It is better to obey the spirit of the law than the letter.
Millions of years in the future, some spiders evolve gliding membranes between their legs. Eventually, these surfaces become true wings and the first flying spiders terrorize the Earth. Their pedipalps become claws to hold onto tree trunks while resting. Merchandise with this design is available in my store.
My name is Dan. I am an author, artist, explorer, and contemplator of subjects large and small.