Some of you might know that I have a twin brother, Pudge, who has made contributions to Skull-A-Day in the past. Today we teamed up as skull hunters to bring you this week's round of simulacrum.
Pudge found this rock that looks like a strange alien skull. Maybe it's a fossil from a prehistoric space traveler?
As we ventured about I noticed this window fan that had a cool look to it.
Once we returned indoors I was shocked to see a skull that Pudge had hiding right in the house. This was on the base of a candle holder.
So as you can see, skull hunters, finding skulls does not have to be a solitary activity. In fact, skull hunting is enjoyed best when it's shared with friends. Maybe some of you could even organize skull hunting parties in your local neighborhoods. Just make sure that everyone knows you're not hunting real skulls. We don't need any readers locked up for a silly misunderstanding. Just let them know you're on a hunt for skulls to submit to Skull-A-Day.