“A tad more tincture of churl and it’ll be good to go.”
The Apple Man He was there, ever vigilant, in the orchard. The children stuck an apple in his grinning skull mouth every Halloween.
the sharp tentacle frozen in its inky glade knifes idly my soul
The Hawk and the Lodgepole Pine “Arp! Arp!” cried the hawk, and he circled to land on the highest branch of a lodgepole pine close by the lake. “What do you know about World War One?” he asked the tree without so much as a ‘How do you do?’ “Huh? What?” responded the tree, its […]
When Shirley Temple was introduced to Walt Disney, they: a. exchanged haymakers. b. compared dueling scars. c. made biscuits and promised to keep in touch. d. all of the above. e. none of the above except c.
1. “May your retinas be irreversibly damaged.” 2. “Get leprosy.”
“Huh?” said the woolly mammoth, lifting his head from the bar and narrowing his eyes in a failed attempt to focus on Hilda, the bartending ocelot. “Closing time. You gotta leave. I’m locking up,” said Hilda. “How many? … What is … Have I been here today?” mumbled the mammoth. His trunk swept the bowl […]
“In response to that question, Senator, counsel has once again advised me to ‘Dive behind five and stay alive’.”
Happiness is a green and yellow parka … probably … somewhere … for someone