Wednesday, May 14, 2014

Because my Roomie's not on Twitter...

...I get to tweet the funny things she blurts out sometimes:

16 comments:

og said...

Love it. Should be on the shelf next to "Go, wolverine go"

Jason K said...

....and THE LITTLE FOREST FIRE THAT COULD....

Ancient Woodsman said...

Ranks right up there with, "And to think that I smelled it on Mulberry street."

Mike_C said...

Ahahaha! Mammal-normative, cis-bunny speciesist! All animals are equally cute and fuzzy with culturally-competent norming.

That said [spoiler alert !1!!], there's something wrong with a person whose heart doesn't break a little when the poor velveteen rabbit is consigned to the sack of rubbish and tossed into the shed.

Rick T said...

but far, far away from "My little Honey Badger"

dave said...

And one that succeeded.

Audiobook version read by Samuel L. Jackson.

Windy Wilson said...

Then there's "bunnyduck", which was the product of a bunny and a duck that fell in love.
I saw a book mock-up, or whatever you call it, with illustrations, 25 years ago, but nothing since.

The Velveteen Toad and the others suggested here could become part of a collection of Addams-esque children's stories in the same vein as Politically Correct Bedtime Stories by James Finn Garner.

AuricTech said...

Make Way for Banana Slugs

og said...

At least it wasn't Bo, the velveteen frog.

http://www.bdasites.com/FedExCollection/Store/Product/Detail/7dcaa99a-f65d-4cae-b0bf-5453fde0bce8

Kristophr said...

"My First ASBO"

Robin said...

Not convinced that it would be a "Failed" book ...

LCB said...

Is Velveteen anything like Velveeta???

Ed said...

velveeta'd Toad is a recipe in a failed cookbook.

Velveeta's Toad in the Hole is a recipe in a failed cookbook of British cuisine.

Noah said...

Tam, if you're not following #LesserSF, you should be.

The World for World is Florist
Stranger in a Strange Van
Star Trek II: The Wrath of Madeleine Kahn

staghounds said...



http://www.somethingawful.com/photoshop-phriday/childrens-books/1/

Mattexian said...

Is "The Velveeta Rabbit" Welsh, by chance?