Do scarecrows scary other birds? or are only crows scared of them?
Freeware* font by Fonthead Designs
A slight audible tapping could be heard from behind the closed door of the study. Andy's curiosity had been piqued, he had to find out from whence the tapping came. So ever so quietly he inched his way inside the room and his eyes were greeted with an amazingly peculiar sight, so out of this world that he couldn't find words to describe it, and neither could I. All I can say is, whatever it was repeated itself over and over.
1479 really wasn't a great year, all things considered.
There was no way the story could get out. If it did it would be the end of many a promising career. So the phone call had gone out, and now Agnes was answering that call. "Good morning, this is Gaggers International, we gag people with a smile. Agnes speaking, how may we help you?"
Yes, this is what your bones will look like if you don't drink enough milk.
Even though the letters are generally rounded, there is a boxy look about them. They're not quite square, so neither is the font's name.
Another cut-out font, very cute. The lowercase letters only have fish, but the uppercase ones also have waves. The asterisk (*) is in the shape of a fish. ><>
This is another digital-style typefaces (see Stash of Dashes). If you think the two are similar, it's because they were made the same day! The name is taken from "dot matrix", where there are uniform-sized dots.
Another one of my messy-looking fonts. The staccatissimo symbol in music is a tiny triangle-like character over a note, just like the "dot" over the i and j.
I find it strange that people would want to taste test vanilla ice cream. Isn't vanilla just vanilla? Something plain that everyone knows about? I mean, if ice cream had a default flavour it would have to be vanilla!
The little squiggly lines only show up in the capital letters, and in a few other select symbols. Doesn't it remind you of the symbol for a resistor? I was originally going to call this Transistor Resist Her but thought the name was too long.