What the world needs—a dual-purpose mushroom!
…take a nap on a mushroom pizza…
That Wallace; he’s a real fungi..
I hope they’re using Spud’s frequent customer number so they can get the double-secret discount.
It’s sorta possible, depending on what “a” mushroom means.
So sleep on one? You could pitch tents for yourself and a veritable army of friends to sleep on one.
They also may be the oldest living things on Earth, some believed to be over 2000 years old.
One side makes you smaller and the other makes you tall, and the pills that mother gives you don’t do anything at all. Just ask Alice when she’s ten feet tall.
Mom thats not what he wants he wants a new bed
Try Snug Harbor Pizzeria’s new mushroom pizza. It’s fungilicious!
Wallace needs shroom to grow. Sounds cheesy when you say it outloud.
Will Henry won’t comment on this comment.
Pizza… Spud won’t be far away!
C’mon Wallace! We’re ordering a PIZZA here. Don’t get distracted man!
Last time we ordered pizza, they said they were outta mushrooms. Did you hear me? OUT OF MUSHROOMS! Aeiiiiiiii!
I wonder what Sterling would like on his pizza?
Yes, To make dreams come true!
In Jules Verne’s “Journey to the Center of the Earth” mushrooms did grow that big so there might be hope for Wallace. However, at this moment, one MUST have mushrooms on their pizza Mother…..
I don’t mind mushrooms on pizza as long as there are no caterpillars with hookahs on them…
LIE, not LAY!
starfish and mushroom both extra cheese
A huge pizza would be comfortable and yummy.
Extra pineapple, please.
Go to Oregon:
Yes, Virginia, there is a Snug Harbor.
I posted this late yesterday, so you probably missed it. Wallace’s third book hits the shelves next Tuesday! Read all about it here:
Call your local bookseller and reserve a copy now.
Yes, please and green olives and pepperoni and red peppers and italian sausage and onions and jalapeno peppers…
Was the explanation point always in there?
Wallace in Wonderland.
So many cultures embrace them making them fungible.
“Fungilicious.” My fave new word of the week.
April 15, 2016