Superb! This should be a prizewinner!
Another thing to keep me awake nights. . . .sigh.
Why do they shake with their left hands?
You are showing your age and explaining why, at your age, you still read the comics. As a matter of fact, I guess I resemble that remark.
CSI, where the “C” stands for “canine”.
This movie WAS a classic! I will never forget when it premiered in my hometown. Because the movie was silent, there was (obviously) no sound, so the theater owner organized a competition to select the best local “honker” to provide the “sound track”. The winner, a middle aged man with incredibly large nostrils, stood next to the screen and whenever the camera did a close-up on Elmo’s nose, the winner would blow his own nose as a sound effect, to the delight of the crowd. I think the competition was sponsored by the local Five and Dime store, in conjunction with a sale they were having on some off-brand of facial tissue. The winner got a whole case of facial tissue and several long sleeve shirts, thrown in as a kind gesture for those days when he might forget the tissue at home. And the winner got a nickname out of the experience. Yep. I remember ol’ Snotty. I never did learn his real name. We tried to stay out of his range during hay fever season.
You need to collect these and publish them. Or come up with a different hook—but something to give you a chance to go wild with limericks and share them with a larger audience. Those are tricky rascals, but you have found the key.
They worked on the ear for quite awhile until they finally realized that the ear uses left handed/reverse thread, just like the lug bolts on the 1960’s era Chryslers. It was an honest mistake.
The Amazing Marionettes and their dirty, disgusting, filthy, lice-ridden boid.