Can you tell I’m a fan of really bad puns yet? Also, I hope the llama looks like one. I only checked what they actually look like after I had drawn the comic so I hope it doesn’t take away from the joke.
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Don’t you hate when you’re in a rush and have no time to fix your hair? Or have you ever had a cowlick that you could simply not get rid of? Tell us your stories in the comments! Hopefully your situation was never as bad as the one above!
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Word play on Murder on the Orient Express by Agatha Christie
Not sure if I’m depicting kleptomania or hoarding here. Oh well, as long as you get the pun!
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Bonne Saint-Jean for those in Quebec!
Ever accidentally insult someone? You know, one of those situations where you just can’t back out of it and sorry will never be enough? Tell me about it in the comments!
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Blindfold a child. Give him or her a stick. Instruct the kid to hit as hard as he or she can in the direction of an object that is now invisible to him or her – but only once you’ve spun the poor thing around and around until dizziness has settled in.
Yup, sounds like a great idea to me!
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I got another award. I can’t believe it. By the way, I hope these «people like my blog… they actually like my blog!» posts aren’t getting bothersome for you. This time, I’ve been nominated by mummyflyingsolo for a Super Sweet Blogging Award! I’d like to give her a heartfelt thank you for thinking of Louis and Mel. Also, I recommend you check out her own blog as she regularly makes enjoyable and informative posts about her experience as a single mom.
These awards always come with rules so here they are:
- thank the Super Sweet Blogger that nominated you.
- answer 5 Super Sweet questions.
- include the Super Sweet Blogging Award in your blog post.
- nominate a baker’s dozen (13) other deserving bloggers.
- notify your Super Sweet nominees on their blog.
The five super sweet questions:
- Cookies or Cake? Both? Cookies.
- Chocolate or Vanilla? Vanilla.
- Favorite Sweet Treat? I don’t have favourites… I like a lot of things and I simply would rather not rank them.
- When Do You Crave Sweet Things The Most? When I’m awake.
- Sweet Nick Name? Don’t have one. Fuzzy nickname? Dr. Fuzz.
And the nominations are (in no particular order):
- The Stuff in the Margin
- Angry Pear
- Zooky World
- Chowon Sung
- Sketches From Memory
- The World’s Top 10 of Anything and Everything
- What I Say and Think Should Be the Same Thing
- Cristina’s Mug of Thoughts
- The Amazing Comics Men
- Mister G Kids
- Natalie Kay-Es-El
I strongly suggest you check out each and every one of these blogs, I find them all highly entertaining.
Word play on The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins
You may have noticed I started a series called Twisted Titles. In it I’ll illustrate a punny twist on the title of a well known work of art – a book, a movie or a painting for example. Hope you guys enjoy the first three, as there are many more to come. If you’ve missed any, go ahead and check out the Twisted Titles category which you can access from the sidebar.
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