“Great, it’ll match my old man smell.”
Very interesting, thanks! Lovecraft had a “Shining Trapezohedron“ in his story The Haunter of the Dark that worked like that. Only he got a shock when he realized something was also looking back through it at him!
Before TV, The Perils of Pauline, I suppose.
The opposite of “A Christmas Story” – “You’ll put your eye out” is a promise, not a warning.
Because it came from BUZZworld!
Yes, that’s where I first heard it also!
And the early worm gets caught.
Is he seedy or nutty?
“It’s a lasting memory, that my true love gave to me.”
“The Black Goat of the woods with a thousand young.”