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let's all be friends

Huge thanks to slight for hosting and running my gallery.

If you want to use any of my things e-mail me, it'll probably be ok.


Recent front page messages:


(Mon 25th Sep 2023, 16:34, More)

(Mon 31st Jul 2023, 17:51, More)


(Wed 8th Jan 2014, 10:33, More)


(Sat 20th Oct 2012, 12:38, More)

(Fri 16th Mar 2012, 12:48, More)



(Wed 18th May 2011, 23:45, More)



(Tue 1st Feb 2011, 0:41, More)



(Mon 6th Dec 2010, 18:21, More)



(Sun 4th Jul 2010, 14:26, More)

this fits well


(Wed 4th Feb 2009, 23:56, More)



(Wed 14th Jan 2009, 0:15, More)



(Wed 20th Aug 2008, 18:50, More)

bin love


(Sat 7th Jun 2008, 15:39, More)



(Tue 4th Dec 2007, 20:48, More)



(Mon 26th Nov 2007, 20:36, More)

microsoft excel mermaid


sixteen sheets of joy
(Wed 14th Nov 2007, 12:10, More)

alright, that's the last time we let the new guy design the crossword


(Tue 13th Nov 2007, 10:58, More)

it was a dark day for the nation


(Tue 6th Nov 2007, 22:37, More)

it wasn't a success of a school play...


bless 'em, it's their first production since the 2004 fiasco
(Thu 1st Nov 2007, 14:54, More)

because the giraffesetamol


(Tue 30th Oct 2007, 18:50, More)



(Thu 25th Oct 2007, 19:06, More)

it was a powerful follow up


(Mon 23rd Jul 2007, 15:14, More)



(Mon 27th Nov 2006, 16:53, More)

down at the British Space Centre...


(Thu 29th Jun 2006, 19:34, More)



(Tue 6th Jun 2006, 23:45, More)



(Mon 15th May 2006, 19:33, More)



(Thu 11th May 2006, 11:11, More)



(Tue 11th Apr 2006, 15:50, More)

faulty barcode reader


(Thu 9th Mar 2006, 16:57, More)



(Tue 7th Mar 2006, 13:27, More)

looks like george foreman has a bit of competition at last...


(Mon 27th Feb 2006, 19:30, More)

damn you baron von snail!


(Mon 27th Feb 2006, 11:47, More)

they were simpler times back then...


(Thu 16th Feb 2006, 21:44, More)



(Sun 29th Jan 2006, 2:00, More)



(Thu 23rd Jun 2005, 19:36, More)

driving an old beatle.


(Wed 25th May 2005, 0:02, More)

he got one stuck in his throat.


(Sat 27th Nov 2004, 13:44, More)

i remade it this morning, now with even more frames!


(Thu 11th Nov 2004, 23:24, More)

following problems with keith harris, orville calls the voice of experience to help him out


or if there's problems with the co.uk as there have been a bit try clicking here
(Mon 8th Nov 2004, 21:22, More)

"remember, get the cheese, and leg it."


(Mon 11th Oct 2004, 0:50, More)

i think i know why all b.a. flights have been delayed

it's his fear of flying
(Sat 11th Sep 2004, 19:35, More)

damn roads


(Thu 22nd Jul 2004, 11:57, More)

p p pick up a penguin


(Wed 14th Jul 2004, 21:36, More)

our new hero...


also, while i'm on the fp, try the queen simulator
(Mon 12th Jul 2004, 17:34, More)

communist russian roulette


(Wed 7th Jul 2004, 19:58, More)

piano tuner


(Wed 30th Jun 2004, 11:32, More)

also available in stereo


(Wed 23rd Jun 2004, 13:25, More)

he would have landed on 4 feet anyway


(Fri 18th Jun 2004, 13:36, More)

the st. joseph's school nativity play was a bit too 'off topic' for some of the parents


(Tue 8th Jun 2004, 23:11, More)

argh! my only weakness exploited!


50th FP, ta!
(Fri 4th Jun 2004, 21:30, More)

fun & games in the jungle


(Tue 1st Jun 2004, 19:28, More)

fear and fun with waterskiing...


(Sat 29th May 2004, 13:26, More)

i'm having problems with my tv

(Tue 18th May 2004, 19:13, More)


(Mon 10th May 2004, 16:15, More)

"we have one purpose here on earth... to seek and annoy"

(Sun 9th May 2004, 11:45, More)

baseball is crap

(Thu 6th May 2004, 20:08, More)

we shall travel at the speeds of man one day!

(Fri 23rd Apr 2004, 19:58, More)

it's a bug's life...

(Wed 7th Apr 2004, 12:04, More)

an animalia look at biology

hmm...was cunningly tricky to make this was
(Sun 4th Apr 2004, 16:20, More)

just a quick anim to surpass boredom
dancing, dancing with mr t...

now back to being bored...
(Sat 3rd Apr 2004, 17:31, More)

so unlucky, his next christmas present was a stairlift


(Thu 4th Mar 2004, 22:26, More)

i love you

(Mon 1st Mar 2004, 22:21, More)

the a.r.t. - arcade rescue team


(Wed 4th Feb 2004, 22:28, More)

for many years, master bow wow trained the poodle to become the ultimate fighter, to beat the mighty bark master, now he was ready, to fulfill his destiny... to become... the ninja poodle of doom.

(Thu 8th Jan 2004, 23:54, More)


(Mon 22nd Dec 2003, 0:05, More)

snowmen hate mornings


(Sun 7th Dec 2003, 0:05, More)

uh oh.

(Sat 8th Nov 2003, 2:01, More)

there's trouble a-brewing...

this is where to go if you don't 'get it'
(Tue 4th Nov 2003, 0:22, More)

diabolo conejo!

ow ow ow! no me gusta!
egads!, 'twas a lot trickier to make than i thought!
(Thu 30th Oct 2003, 19:34, More)

why aren't you scared?

(Mon 27th Oct 2003, 15:16, More)

not only 100% proof of aliens, but the facts that lay underneath a tortoise shell

(Fri 24th Oct 2003, 18:35, More)

the world war of voodoo

(Tue 14th Oct 2003, 1:29, More)

mouse, cheese and lies

(Fri 26th Sep 2003, 1:56, More)


(Mon 22nd Sep 2003, 22:31, More)

extreme cooking

(Sun 21st Sep 2003, 22:19, More)

they say dolphins are the most intelligent animals, but another wrong prescription from dr snorky seemed to suggest otherwise

(Sat 20th Sep 2003, 22:49, More)


(Thu 18th Sep 2003, 23:13, More)

only a pound?, cor...

(Tue 9th Sep 2003, 21:53, More)

r2d2 was falling behind in the third annual robo-ski-a-thon

(Mon 8th Sep 2003, 11:04, More)

patience is the key...

(Thu 4th Sep 2003, 0:31, More)

the final hours of Evil Supervillain 'Milk Monster'

(Sat 30th Aug 2003, 13:18, More)

it would never catch on

Not Like Magritte Park!
(Thu 28th Aug 2003, 19:17, More)


(Wed 27th Aug 2003, 19:54, More)

it was the first design, and never took off

(Wed 27th Aug 2003, 12:04, More)

it worked!

(Mon 25th Aug 2003, 11:04, More)

sunny day

(Sat 9th Aug 2003, 12:17, More)

"for some reason, i can't see your future."

(Thu 31st Jul 2003, 18:25, More)

another mystery solved

(Mon 14th Jul 2003, 14:43, More)

no.3 - the hen that could not fly

previous two:
(Sat 12th Jul 2003, 16:56, More)


(the spelling mistakes are deliberate to help create a feeling of youth and naivety)
(Tue 8th Jul 2003, 12:57, More)

(Sun 6th Jul 2003, 22:00, More)

as far as jobs went, this one was andrew's most painful

more freaks:
(Sun 6th Jul 2003, 12:08, More)


(Thu 3rd Jul 2003, 15:35, More)

time for a series
might be the worst series of all time, but it's something
(Mon 30th Jun 2003, 19:20, More)

next stop mexico

(Wed 25th Jun 2003, 10:32, More)

paintmash nature

(Sat 21st Jun 2003, 11:49, More)

i think i already know the answer to this one:

(Sat 14th Jun 2003, 9:35, More)

snail race

afternoon all
(Wed 11th Jun 2003, 18:27, More)


[edit] thank you magic donkey (or rob), we were starting to think you were dead
(Sat 31st May 2003, 11:24, More)

Best answers to questions:

» Look! It's me in the Local Paper

those funny nutbars down at the sunday sport nicked my picture

we rang them up and they agreed to send me £20 which never arrived.
(Thu 10th Feb 2005, 16:59, More)

» Dad Jokes

on a serious note, away from the idea of having sex with tortoises,
my dad and mum had a bit of a tiff once on holiday, anyway that night we went to some gay restaurant and my mum ordered the fish.
My dad joked 'make sure it's dead, like her heart'
my mum walked home.
my dad went after her.
they probably had sex that night because they were all fine the next day
(Wed 10th Dec 2003, 3:19, More)

» The Weird Kid In Class

he downed a bottle of vinegar

(Fri 19th Jan 2007, 12:56, More)

» Dad Jokes

'you're adopted'

(Wed 10th Dec 2003, 2:48, More)

» Pathological Liars

I also once met a man named Yannick through a few friends,
they seemed to be a bit put off by his tall stories.

He got drunk and told us he once shot bear whilst working in the navy (which apparently also is false). I responded with, 'How many men have you killed?' jokingly. At which point he pulled me to one side and whispered in my ear, 'I'm not allowed to answer that'. I still kind of thought he was joking, being slightly unaware of his delusons, and responded 'About 100?'. He looked at me and spoke softly again, 'Nearer 20.'

The next time I saw him the pub I was in was flooding, and the water was dripping through a couple of lightbulb. His friend looking at it commented, 'Need to take them out but I might get electrocuted.'
Yannick stepped in front, looked at the light and scoffed, 'Nah, I've held much more electrical stuff in much wetter conditions.'
This conjured the perfect imaged of him testing toasters and televisions while strapped in a bath tub.
(Thu 29th Nov 2007, 21:35, More)
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