March 08, 2019
February 03, 2019
Your Sunday break from the Peppermint Patty situation!
Some kind of hero.
His life depends on him wanting to die
He wanted closure. He found his story endless.
always the short story writer you are, Snoopy
He wanted life, he found only death. The End…..
Starting and ending a story are the hardest parts.
Finish with this: “He wanted to live, he found death”!
A shot rang out !!! Cut to the closed casket viewing.
Sounds like Charlie Brown’s future eulogy…
“He took the blows, and did it his way.”
This puppy has a rich antonyms vocab. No wonder he is candid but melancholic writer.
Dear Mr. Schulz. THAT is actually the perfect ending. Just look at the look on Snoopy’s face, breaking the fourth wall.
“He called her is melancholy baby … she had the shape of a melon, and the face of a Collie.”
So, alas, is the hero.
When I was a kid in the early 80’s I had several paperback-novel-size Peanuts compilation books. I would read them over and over constantly. Since the “Home Run Record” thread started back in August we’ve come into a run of strips that were in those books. I remember each one so well that I could almost finish it from memory just by looking at the first panel.
Sounds like my life story
After he’d died, he went to hell. And realized he’d been there already.
He wanted resolution.. He got it.
Snoopy is so poetic.
He found life…
I never wanted to be rich; I just wanted to be happy – so far, so good.
He desired life, but he found only death.
He wanted a bright and sunny day. All he got was a dark and stormy night.
Sounds like Rodney Dangerfield’s epitaph.
That’ll teach him to die on opposite day.
There is a missing panel here. Before “And so our hero’s life ended….” there should be a panel that says “The last car drove away. It began to rain”.
Don’t worry, Snoopy, you have two more oppositions to go before you match Dickens, and his are all at the beginning!
You and Mr. Martin.
He hoped for new beginnings. He had found only
He wanted a beginning….he got The End…
What’s the opposite of “writer’s block”?
Me, I’d say end it there, those opposites in apposition, followed by “It was a dark and stormy night.”
While finding a gun seems like a solution; finding God might be a good ending to this story…..
Snoopy seems to write stories more interesting than his usual opening would show us.
“Outside, the sun began to rise and the storm lifted. It would be a bright and temperate day.”
He wanted it all to end…it didn’t!
He wanted finished paragraphs, he…
He wanted it all handed to him, and now he realized, he had to work for it. fin.
Why end it Snoopy, keep going you are on a roll. The readers won’t be able to put it down.
It was the best of times. It was the worst of times.
He wanted some spaghetti with marinara sauce. He got egg noodles and ketchup.
He wanted a pill that would give him immortality, he got one that killed him instead. The end.
“He wanted life, but got death.”
He wanted it to end. It was endless.
Try cutting it after the first sentence.
The Earth possesses much iron and is possessed of much irony.
“Suddenly, the human eating Sharkizoans landed in Yankee Stadium during the World Series!” There you go, Snoopy!
He wanted an ending. But all he got were beginnings.
Sounds like the story of my life!