November 23, 2014
A superb compendium of lust in a world of carpentry, vitriol in a soft gloved hand. An achievement of dolorous proportions, spiced with a refreshing lack of whimsy. Wholly imagined from a damp source of bundled diatribes. Completely effortless, windy with the pale sheen of smoke. Tasteful in a threatening manner. Not to be allowed […]
November 22, 2014
Today’s word is ‘javelin’. Yes, that’s right, ‘javelin’. Feel free to deal with this information in any way you deem appropriate. As for me, I deal with it thusly: Whenever Dilbur went a travelin’ he carried with him a sturdy javelin.
November 21, 2014
Gloria’s prowess with a fly rod was that of an expert.
November 20, 2014
Gloria Stuart, pictured here in a script conference with Boris Karloff, before agreeing to act the part of elderly Rose in James Cameron’s film, Titanic, insisted on: a. being allowed to bring a brace of ptarmigans onto the set. b. showing Cameron her collection of glass eyes. c. payment in uranium. d. 2 weeks paid […]
November 19, 2014
Write a story about Davy Crockett including the following words: lance France dance pants ants toboggan
November 18, 2014
The last student trickled away, leaving the hoofed fiend alone in its classroom. So that’s it then, thought the hoofed fiend. It’s over. Retirement. I’d almost like to go back and do it all again. But no, I suppose it’s time to burn my torch in other fields. It looked around the classroom one final […]
November 17, 2014
The night is pierced by a shaft of light rising from the barren landscape of the moon. You suit up and leave the ship to investigate. Trudging over a rise, you arrive at the perfect circular hole in the ground from which the beam of light towers away into the black sky. Moving closer, you […]
November 16, 2014
‘If you don’t go to school, how will you ever become a fence post?’
November 15, 2014
A pair of fluffy tree cubs stick close to Mom for protection from the storm.
November 14, 2014
She wrote tilt reminders in tiny letters on her left wrist.