SEVERED/TEXAS art is up! Voting time!!!

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Hey there, R-WAC fans and foes… we trust you have all had a splend-tacular week thus far.  Looking forward to the weekend?  Well, why not start things off on the right foot (or left, depending on how you begin walking) by voting for your favorite submission this week?  Below, you will find that the art has been posted up for your voting pleasures.  We hope everyone enjoys this week’s art.  Thanks to everyone for throwing in this week.  If we could, we’d bake each and everyone of you 12 dozen cupcakes with your submissions printed on each one every week… but that’s just ridiculous, so forget we even mentioned it.


Next week’s words will be:




Get chore challuunge on!  Get chore vote on!

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Vote for all the ones that appeal to your eyes!

Insert more words with exclamation points!


Here are this weeks submissions for:



Chocolate Thunder:Chocolate Thunder





And here is where you vote for all the ones you like… 1 or 2 or ALL can be voted on!

Winner announced! Inspiration follows!

hqdefault There were many great submissions last week, but alas there can only be one winner.  So a big congrats goes out to Cougar D.!  You are the winner!  Now, you may be only 8 years old, but you still have to provide two random words for next week’s challuunge.  So get on it, young man!

And now, a moment of inspiration for this week’s words, which are due this Friday at 2pm…


SEVERED   verb (used with object) separate (a part) from the whole, as by cutting or the like. divide into parts, especially forcibly; cleave. break off or dissolve (ties, relations, etc.).

4.Law. to divide into parts; disunite (an estate, titles of a statute, etc.). distinguish; discriminate between.


1. a deckhouse on a texas deck for the accommodation of officers.

2.texas deck.

3. noun,  a state in the United States. 267,339 sq. mi. (692,410 sq. km). Capital: Austin. Abbreviation: Tex., TX (for use with zip code).

Don’t forget to vote!


This excuse doesn’t work anymore!  Go on, get your votes in now!  While the gettin is good!  Voting ends tonight at some mysterious time.