So that’s why he’s not featured in today’s Pearls Before Swine……..?
His horoscope said he was going to have a Goodyear……
Pity, that highway was spotless.
Leave that road crossing business to the chickens
I greatly suspect no insurance agent likes to see armadillos or raccoons or rabbits come into his office for policies. It was a last-ditch effort that paid off big-time for Geico when it changed its name from Gecko and branched out from reptiles to humans.
Didn’t he star in the original Texas Chains Saw Massacre?
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre
By: Thomas Steenhagen
Adapted From A Screenplay By: Kim Henkel & Tobe Hooper
OPENING MONOLOGUE – Words scroll by in a washed out yellow across a black screen as a narrator reads.
“On August 18, 1973, a group of five friends ran afoul of a cannibalistic family of serial predators. The film which you are about to see is an account of this tragedy. These kids could not have expected, nor would they have wished to witness as much of the mad and macabre as they were to see that day. For them, an idyllic road trip through rural Texas became a nightmare. The events of this day were to lead to one of the most grim, disturbing cases of our time. It will forever be known in the annals of American history as The Texas Chainsaw Massacre.”
EXT. Road. Afternoon
The blacktop of the dusty, hot rod emanates heat. We slowly see a green van pulling into view as a dead, bloody armadillo lies on its back. As soon as the van comes into full view it drives right by us.
enough already with the armies! little known fact: armadillos can read. the depression rate among army literati is astronomical and rising largely due to periodicals of this typel free the armadillo! salvation a la mode. the armies of the road, unite!!
If the new gun law gets passed, will dillos still be allowed to be armed?
OK as long as not in arrears !
“Yeah, my wife told me I HAVE to use this mailbox.”
“MAKE my life insurance premium” ?Spellcheck much?
Armored-dildos don’t even know how to spell so how can they spellcheck?