So there was a madly in Writer’s Digest. I decided to fill it out with my wife and two children (ages 3 and 7). Call it a Moby Lib if you want. This is what we churned out. Continue reading
“Are you having any more kitty cat thoughts?”
“Doctor, all I have are kitty cat thoughts.”
Remember Saved by the Bell? Maybe you remember it like this.
Zack Morris is an incorrigible student who wields his charm in and out of trouble. He’s the student struggling to be himself at school by conforming to all the rules that keep him from being such a charming ball of mischief. The show could exist without any of the characters, except for Morris, because what kid doesn’t want to get away with, well, whatever they want?
But there’s another character the show couldn’t be without: Mr. Belding. Continue reading
I did some thinking, and I figured out all the hats:
My kid loves Captain Underpants. Sometimes I cringe a little because of that. I mean, lots of potty humor, occasional disregard for authority figures, and continual lack of focus on responsibilities.
But it’s great silly humor. Continue reading
When you are old, as old as Yeats
Children will come to trespass your gates
You will sigh, then shout until they are gone,
“Tread softly, for you tread on my lawn!”
Happy April Fool’s Day! Today is no joke, but my post has a few.
Has it been a while since I posted some memes for you?
So it is. Here are some random memes for you. Continue reading
What do tase three objects have in common? Well, three things. They’re iconic fantastical objects, they contain more room than they appear to, and they are very British. Continue reading
What is Human Nature?
You tell me.
Ever seen anyone bite the head off a chicken?
The Dutch and the Germans had a word for a fool, Geck, that eventually found its way into the freak shows of America. Continue reading