Wow, a real gem this time around!!
SOMETHING is agreeing with him.
Next up: The Cat In The Greek Fisherman’s Cap.
As a kid I thought “Persephone” rhymed with “telephone”. Or with Sousaphone. Or Seussaphone. Or Zeusaphone.
(That’s odd. Spell Checker has no problem with “Zeusaphone”. Hmm. Oh, I see now!! Mr. Google tells me Tesla invented one!!)
“Dr. Zeuss” …didn’t he also write “How the Grinch Stole Olympus.”?
That was some Greek Rapping
He should write “The Greek Cat In The Greek Hat”.
Dunno, it’s all Greek to me.
I bet she’s got a pomegranate in her pocket!
btw… the author pronounced his pen name “Soyss”
Ooooh the places we can gooooMany countries, oooh so sloooow
Pan- fried did you say? Oh yeah, I’ll have those.
Not too bad if you bolt them down…
That lamb looks a little off and, of course, there should be pork products.
Oh the things Hilburn will do.
He’s my gyro!
“Horkos Hears a Who”
Love this. Very clever!
But, you have hurt the feelings of our head cook Medusa. Go apologize to her.
I once read that Dr. Seuss wrote Green Eggs and Ham on a bet, the bet was that he couldn’t write a children’s story using less than 50 words, he won the bet (I can’t remember the exact word count but it was something like 47 or 49) and created one of the greatest children’s classics in the process.
I never liked Dr. Seuss’s stories/books.
Take my wife, take my wife please, with her frozen TV dinners and groody cottage cheese!
Thanks, Scott Hilburn! This was extra good.
Ok then; how about seafood? One fish, two fish, red fish, or blue fish?
This is absolutely classic !