It maybe should been called The Sword Swallower and the Stone?
Looks like he keeps his sword inside of a pickle…
jeezus christ! that thing is pretty disturbing.
Now, Mike, you mind what you say about the future Queen of England!
Mike, you have TWO blogs with NOTHING on them! Yer killing me!!!
Thanks, Jay: I totally missed the pickle.
Don't you have this toy in your bedroom Mike? You know, on the nightstand next to your bed?Hyuck, hyuck, hycuk.
A Proclamation: Whosoever removeth his hand from the enchanted puppet shall forevermore be the King of England!What, no takers..?
He looks like he's looking up at his sugar daddy.
Man Mike, they're makin' you take it like a Wart.
Oh, my, this is hilarious!
I just came across this post again, and it occurred to me that your use of the word "thrills" -both here and as in "Cartoon Thrills"- is pretty inspired and original. Not that it wouldn't apply anyway, but it just stirkes me as a potential subtle shift in usage. Usually in this context someone would just say "fun" or something really dry - "here is a rather amusing anecdote blah blah blah..." I can just picture people embracing this - PERSON WHO JUST BOUGHT AN ATTRACTIVE PAIR OF SOCKS: "Hey everybody, wanna see some sock thrills?" EVERYBODY: Yeah!!!!!"
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