Posted on March 19, 2009
Posted by John Scalzi
Since you asked.
There, I’m done.
Once again, illustrated by my friend Richard Polt.
Ha! This one’s my favorite.
I had nightmares about the pillsbury doughboy as kid. Thanks for the trauma :)
For the love of God people, stop asking!
When I was a teenager I worked at a fast food restaurant. One night as we were cleaning up after closing I told the joke, “Why was Cinderella such a bad basketball player? Because her coach was a pumpkin.” In response to that joke three of my fellow employees picked me up carried me outside and threw me in the dumpster. I’m just say’n…
Now that the gage is thrown:
What weather condition is worse that raining cats ‘n dogs?
Like anyone’s going to trust their children to someone who’s half-baked.
I havde a copy somewhere of a Victorian childrens tale, “the new mother” (tagline: the new mother is going to come get you kids if you don’t behave). The “nanny” in your cartoon looks like the new mother. The Victorians loved to scare their kids sh#tless, it was educational, oh yeah. Explains a lot.
Taunting the tauntable since 1998
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Athena Scalzi, contributor – AMS
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