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            Most Recent Post: Saturday, September 12, 2009, at 11:13 a.m.


Born and raised in Vancouver,Canada, cuckoo quickly learned the fine art of eating the seemingly unedible. After several visits to the emergency room, young cuckoo opted for a hobby a little more "unique". Enter: The Flaming Underwear trick. Cuckoo suffered many a perplexing burn on his "underwear" spots, which would prove to haunt him till this very day. He was soon "taken away" and put on heavy doses of medication at the local "Happy Hospital". From there, he perfected the art of drool spots on paper. An art that consisted of a hospital worker filling cuckoo's mouth with oil paints and letting the colorful (and now toxic) drool drip out of his mouth and drip on paper stapled to his chest. He is known for amazing audiences everywhere with his rather crafty "Richard Kind" drool spot series and ofcourse the controversial "Baby Jesus Making Jell-O" series as well. Cuckoo has recently announced he is working on a new series curiously titled, "Toast; Dad; Trout", where he will further explore the uncharted world of drool art and somehow include breakfast meats in the mix. It is unknown whether or not, cuckoo's more recent art is a work of genius or perhaps just the result of his mind slowly deteriorating from the large doses of medication he receives. Most of the public are leaning towards the second option, however we'll just have to see what the "art" world has to say about it.








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