1. Martin Bruckner is the artist behind the blog, Spaghetti Toes, where he hilariously illustrates the weird and wacky things kids say.
Bruckner was inspired to start making these illustrations by his then 3-year-old daughter, Harper Grace, who said a whole lot of funny things.
12. ….And the unforgettable George Michael, whose death hit Bruckner the hardest.
“I loved his music when I was a kid,” Bruckner told BuzzFeed. “I used to feather my hair up, grab a pair of sunglasses, close my bedroom door and sing ‘Faith’ as loud as I could.”
13. Bruckner was quick to add that everyone he chose to draw — including Kenny Baker, who portrayed R2-D2 in Star Wars, and Michu Meszaros, who played the wisecracking sitcom alien Alf — “were huge parts of my youth.”
“These people meant so much to so many, including myself,” Bruckner said. “I just wanted to pay tribute to them the only way I knew how.”
14. You can follow Bruckner on Facebook and Instagram, or pre-order his book, I Love You with All My Butt!: An Illustrated Book of Big Thoughts from Little Kids.
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