Scattered all across Keister Island are hundreds of ridiculous and ancient stone statues. These crazy looking effigies all appear pretty much the same, but range in heit from itty bitty (about the size of a jar of pickles) to goosin’ huge (bigger than your mother-in-law). They’re made out of all sorts of different stones, including several types found nowhere else on the island.
Nobody knows exactly what they mean, what they are meant to depict, or who made them, but the Place of Pondering and the various taverns and conversation pits of Keister Island are veritably infested with opinions and theories. Some wisenheimers are convinced that the statues depict giant rumps facing skyward and were left by ancient oofos as a means to moon their homeworlds….
From Low Life: Rise of the Lowly (Redredged)
Color pencil drawing on bristol by Andy Hopp.