The first drawing was standard. I liked the guy with the big beard because of the tuft of hair poking from the back of his head.
Manfred showed us a bizarre picture of a guy with a little head in his hair. Manfred is fun to have around because he really lets his brain go into whatever weird territory it wants to, and he was excited because he and a friend had come up with a new product, Hairdoodz. My understanding was that you could put a Hairdoodz in your hair and style its hair so you had two hairdos at once, which sounded pretty cool, but I misunderstood; you're supposed to weave your hair through the Hairdoodz head so your hair become its hair.
But it was too late; I had made progress on my misconception. I tried to think of what kind of dude best represented the Hairdoodz lifestyle. After doodling the guy, I decided accessories were a must, and added my own invention, the iBoat.
The next picture started with a guy whose head was made of that weird, orange, hardened marshmallow peanut Easter egg candy stuff. The one after began as someone with so much hair that his hairdo made him look like a monkey, but it went a different direction. Thinking back to Hairdoodz, I imagined everyone would always say, "Hairdoooood!" around him. I thought this would get old fast, so I decided he hated Hairdoodz and needed a t-shirt that made this (not really) obvious. The hair-genitalia was a final touch of class. Oh, and flying hair. I love flying hair.
And finally, with all of this branding going on, Tom brought up Tacocat. He mentioned that "tacocat" was a palindrome but it didn't register consciously; when I excitedly revealed that "tacocat" was a palindrome a few seconds later, he didn't seem very impressed. I had to bust out one last lazy-drawing, so I drew up a logo for Tacocat and made stick-Tacocat, which turned out amazing. First I drew the head, and then a taco around it, and then I had Tacocat say "Fuck you," and then I decided that having no regard for composition was a good marketing hook for Tacocat, and then I signed the masterpiece as largely as I could. Exciting, huh?