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Robin’s Face

Higgin’ with Mr. Robin
by Robin Higgins

Robin

Robin’s Square

Higgin’ with Mr. Robin
by Robin Higgins

Robin

Robin is the Higgs in the Higgs Weldon. She does stand-up and improv in Los Angeles, draws and writes for the website, and also codes it!

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Have a great day!

Robin Higgins and Paige Weldon


“Introducing the iPhone 6, where if someone tries to leave a voicemail, they’re given a small electric shock and told to text you” -my dream

Robin Higgins
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“Goodbye cool world” –suicidal ice cube

Robin Higgins
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“YOLT” –Jesus

Robin Higgins
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Good life tip: Ask someone how their “little friend” is doing and see who they think you’re talking about.

Robin Higgins
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To All Employees
Illustration by Robin Higgins

Illustration by Robin Higgins

I would like to address certain rumors.

Yes, one of the test monkeys escaped. Yes, that test monkey freed a test baboon. Yes, that test baboon freed a test orangutan. And yes, that test orangutan freed a control gorilla. None of these things are in dispute.

No, the freed test animals had not been granted enhanced intelligence and the gift of speech by genetic augmentation. They did not form a loose coalition of hyper-intelligent creatures hell bent on vengeance against the world of man and its inherently cruel nature. They did not, in their haste to escape, accidentally release a xenomorphic specimen which proceeded to stalk human and beast alike. (more…)

Morning Stretches

If you’re like me, mornings are rough! I’ve found that a simple daily stretching routine helps me feel 110%. Here are some fun, easy and fun stretches to help you take on the day!

Illustration by Robin Higgins

Illustration by Robin Higgins

From a standing position, bend over and try to touch your toes. Freeze as soon as you feel any resistance. Hold until you think, “Close enough.”

Loosen your legs by using them to make the bed while you’re still in it. Stretch out your toes trying to tuck in the corners of your sheets with your feet. Once the bed is made, lie still for three to seven hours.

Roll your neck from side to side while staring out your window at the happy people starting their days. Stretch your mind wondering what they have that you don’t. (more…)


Style advice: make it seem like some of your hair doesn’t know what gravity is.

Robin Higgins
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