Saturday, March 21, 2009

Slush and Punishment: Illustrated by My Child!

Except no, it wasn't.

It's a story about the emotional lives of a moose's antlers.
With badly-copied illustrations from If You Give a Moose a Muffin. The child seems to have "illustrated" the happy faces on the antlers.

Next up, a nice story about a naughty pencil named "Plagiarism".

8 comments:

Deirdre Mundy said...

You're kidding, right? I mean really, you're kidding. Please, say you're kidding!

I don't want to live in a world filled with these kinds of manuscripts! Thank you, THANK YOU for being a gatekeeper!

word verify: alundst

"Overcome with alundst, Jessica retired to her settee for the rest of the season."

PurpleClover said...

Uh...oops.

Cheap Tricks.

Now that song will be stuck in my head all day.

pulp said...

Oh, how I wish I could see it.

shell said...

And just what were the ecstatic states of mind the antlers were expressing? Uhhh, don't want to know. The thing sounds like a weird case of animal possession. Exorcist, please.

christine tripp said...

Oh I REALLY wish you were able to post the drawings!
Well there goes my idea for a pic book based on the adventures of toe nail clippings (they are already smiley faces, they just need eyes at the top), sigh:)

150 said...

Well, it was "illustrated" in the sense that the "Illustrated Man" has been heavily tattooed.

Anonymous said...

Have you finished the Definitions for the Perplexed?

Editorial Anonymous said...

No, just taking a break.