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Dolt-on-ism: Never Bet on Dolt (version II)

Dolt-on-ism: Never Bet on Dolt (version II)

Dolt-on-ism: Never Bet on Dolt (version II) by TeeJay87
Dolt-on-ism: Never Bet on Dolt (version II) by TeeJay87

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The same picture as http://www.fanart-central.net/pictures/user/TeeJay87/856451/Dolt-on-ism-Never-Bet-on-Dolt , just with kittens' quotes added.

Have to admit, those additional bubbles indeed give the picture more life, though on the other hand Delilah's and Kitty's hands are covered. Thus I decided to retain both versions.


Delilah belongs to Warner Bros.
(Miss) Kitty belongs to PAWS Inc.
Ian, Diana, Christina and Dolt-on-Istov belong to me.

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Category Cartoons » Crossovers Media Digital drawing or painting
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alitta2 on May 28, 2018, 6:25:43 AM

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alitta2I wonder how vodka became more popular in Poland than other spirits like "firewater" made of fruits?

Also I would be "Hlibnij Dar", that Bartos has just received as a gift among other Russian (Ukranian?) delicacies like here :D  : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iMnT6CpQGpI

TeeJay87 on May 28, 2018, 9:56:49 AM

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TeeJay87It's mostly the fault of Partitions period (1795-1918) https://hu.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lengyelorsz%C3%A1g_h%C3%A1rom_feloszt%C3%A1sa - both Russians and Germans took considerable efforts to destroy our national ethnicity - czars from the Romanov Dynasty wanted russified Poles in Vistulan Land, while Prussian kings from the Hohenzollern Dynasty had much against Polish people in so-called "Eastern Prussia". Austrian emperors from the Habsburg Dynasty initially followed the anti-Polish sentiment, but Franz Joseph I understood that fighting the Polish spirit is futile effort, so he did us favor and allowed us to exist as separate nation under Habsburg crown.

Following their pan-Slavic propaganda, the Romanovs planned to steadily turn all the nations living under their yokel into model Russians with all their traits, including alcoholism. After the January Uprising (1863-65), Nicholas I Romanov made sure that proper amounts of vodka had been delivered to "the Vistulan Land", so the society struck after loosing two uprisings against Czarate (1830-31 & 1863-64) would drown the sorrows in ethanol and collapse from inside. The task seemed easy, since our peasants had moonshine distilling traditions dating back from the late Medieval - beer, mead and wines were traditionally the beverages of upper class here.

Another factor lies in our climate - grain used for distilling vodka (wheat, rye and so on) grows here well and easily, while there haven't been traditions for growing wine grapes. This sentiment changed recently, when couple of local companies started selling 4,5 % strong cider and perry; those two are gaining popularity here.



As for Bartos - he has the same tattoos like guys, who spent 10 years in prison. And he's fond of shopping in LiDL, since he shows off with Circuss corn crisps. And he got UKRAINIAN crab crisps and Carpathian beer; the fish tins also have Ukrainian letters.

FoxyFlapper on May 25, 2018, 11:46:33 AM

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FoxyFlapperNice art as usual with a touch of humor!

TeeJay87 on May 25, 2018, 12:38:51 PM

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TeeJay87Glad you like it - the most demanding part was to find convincing enough quotes for the kittens. Ian was also supposed to have his own quote, but due to lack of space I left him silent here.

Falconlobo on May 24, 2018, 11:16:13 AM

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Falconlobonice

TeeJay87 on May 24, 2018, 11:54:07 AM

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TeeJay87Ian has certainly achieved success - both his wives and daughters share his negative opinion about Doltie's kin. ;)