Tallopachum

4 Oct

Telling Tails: There was once a cat with nine tails, and when each of its nine lives had ended, one tail would be left behind to tell the tale of its life.

“Do you Zed the Zebra, take this mare to be your lawfully hooved wife for as long as you shall eat grass? And do you Zarah the Zebra, take this stallion to be your lawfully striped husband for as long as you shall drink from the watering hole?”

Modern bears don’t hibernate; they watch satellite TV.

Once I happened upon a watch and I realized I had no time, not even for an ending.

Giant cats have tall tails.

Frederick talks to his plants in sign-language.

My friends live in a cemetary; six feet underground.

Aunt Bologna took me to see a Soap Opera. It sure was the cleanest singing I had ever heard.

Twitty was a talkative girl.

In the winter, we build snowmen. In Japan, do children build rice men? In Egypt, do children build sandmen?

Once I happened upon a happening.

Opening this book will close your life as you know it.

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