CARTOON FRIDAY 12

August 21, 2009
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“Now that’s what I call an effective cross-examination.”

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THE PLANK

August 20, 2009
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The plank considered itself lucky to be the topmost plank on the pile of planks in the hold of the ship. Its constant yapping about its mountain origins and its trip through the sawmill and the long bumpy ride on the wagon and being swung aboard by some kind of pulley contraption was, to put […]

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OBSERVATION

August 19, 2009

AMONG DUNCES I’M A SCHOLAR AMONG SCHOLARS I’M A DUNCE

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FROM DOC’S LOON FABLES 8

August 18, 2009

The Hearty Appetite The hearty appetite roamed the forest. “I am a bit peckish, don’t you know,” it said only because it liked to hear the sound of its own voice and not because there was anybody else at all around to respond. The appetite downed a few boulders, a small stand of pines, and […]

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IMPENDING DOOM

August 17, 2009
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hawk     sparrow       ………….flowerbed…………………–swimming pool–……sunbather……….. …………………..worm……………..I~~~~~~~~~~~~~I………………………….. ….worm’s assistant…………………………………………………………………….. ..worm’s mother-in-law…………….worm’s chef………………………………..

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SELF ANALYSIS

August 16, 2009

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DICTIONARY FUN A LA WODEHOUSE 4

August 15, 2009

polydactyl – having several to many and especially abnormally many digits “I say, old chap, might I have another peek?” “If you must.” “By Jove, marvelous! You’re positively polydactyl! Tell me, does it gain for you any sort of an advantage, as it were? “I can count to 37 using my fingers and toes.” “Ah, […]

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CARTOON FRIDAY 11

August 14, 2009

“All right, children, when I count to three, look apprehensive. Then, mother, you take a photograph of us.”

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CLEAR CUT, ALMOST

August 13, 2009

t r e e e e e .. e e e e e e e ….. e … e … e e ….. e . e .. e e e e e e e …. lumberjacks … lunching .. sitting ………on …… stumps ……. e e e e e e e e e e e […]

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FROM DOC’S LOON FABLES 7

August 12, 2009

The Amazing Marshmallow The miniature marshmallow was stuck in a row of miniature marshmallows along the roofline of a gingerbread house. “This isn’t fair. I don’t want to be a decoration. I want to melt in hot cocoa and be sipped!” she complained. “Well, tough. You’re a decoration. Deal with it. We won second prize, […]

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