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Sooooo.. Which part was/is the best?
Well, that’s ONE word for Kirchturm, I guess…(Hey, John — now they have TWO words to look up!)
Let’s just hope the man you married doesn’t find about about him.
So are all these parts rejected?
“For instance, I’ve got an enormous schwanzstu”—-wait. This is a family strip, correct?
Recycle, re-use, reduce!
Ugh! I hate parts n pieces!
Who are you and what did you do with my husband?
I’m better than the man you married, and if you’ll unzip my pants I can prove it.
That is not Peter Boyle !
But vould he have an enormous schwanzstucker? (kudos to Inga in ’Young Frankenstein).
“There is a part of me that still loves you, but the rest of me thinks you’re kind of a pain in the neck.”
“1, Halloween is tomorrow and 2, make up your mind! – either go as the Wicked Witch OR as the Frankenstein monster – NOT BOTH!”
♪♫ “Oh, sweet mystery of life, at last I’ve found you.” ♪♫
They must have had a monstrous relationship.
He’s almost a self made man.
He’s had a lot of replacement parts over the years.
I seem to recall Edward Herrmann, in his role as Herman Munster (yes, in 1995 he played the part in a wonderful TV movie homage to the original series), making a similar observation about how his unique anatomical structure made him a part of the community — just before the family was driven out of Transylvania.
They say, men marry women hoping they will never change and women marry men thinking they can change them, so all the best bits – what’s to complain about?
John, good work! BUT, given her intent expression, will he be able to “please” her?? It appears it will not go well if he does not…
She’s hoping their right parts are in the right places.
Parts of him are the man you married.
June 21, 2014