50 Cute Monsters Drawing Challenge! Monster#6.

The first month of summer should be treated with something green!

Welcome a new member of my cute monster family – monster#6 – Vexter.

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Vexters are tiny sneaky monsters notorious for their ability to vex, disturb, provoke and peeve. Their most preferred habitats are libraries, lecture halls, studies and yoga classes.

Once a Vexter gets into one of those rooms, he remains quiet for a while until the smell of hard-work and concentration start floating in the air, the smell that Vexters love and hate at the same time. Then suddenly phones start ringing, messages coming, heads fill with thoughts abut irons and gas stoves and children left at home alone. Birds start singing, sun shining, flowers smelling. People start feeling draggy, drowsy, hazy and dozy. And smell of hard-work an concentration slowly diminishes.

One single Vexter is capable of distracting 874 school students, 495 women doing yoga, 153 graduate students, 37 professors and 2 Pulitzer price winning writers.

The only way to protect yourself from a sneaky Vexter is to hide all devices in a soundproof box, sell your iron and gas stove, get rid of windows, stuff your ears with cotton puffs, disconnect from your neighbor’s wi-fi and if possible go to an alienated island in the Pacific ocean.

These measures should help you avoid being vexed.

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What do your Vexters do to distract you? how do you come with them? 
Feel free to comment below!:)

Read more about my 50 Cute Monsters Drawing Challenge  and see all the previous monsters here.

Thank you for reading and welcome to SnailTrail Art Corner.

A place inhabbited by cute monsters.

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