My dad told me many 'secrets' of how to keep from crying when I cut up onions when I was a kid. I believed every single one (holding a burnt match in your mouth was one) but the one I practiced most often and continued to practice into my SENIOR year of college was cutting the top of the onion off and putting it on the top of my head while I cut up the rest of the onion. It never occurred to me to question how or why this method would work, and I majored in biology so I should've. Or even to stop and think about how I still cried a bunch whether or not I did this. My housemates found out about this when I forgot to remove the onion and tried to lay out on the couch and had it fall on the floor in front of everyone. Good one, Dad. Good one.
This is lovely!
Huzzah! This is a great one, Katy and Katie. Up there with the Turkey Cake ep.
Why are the solo singers so much smaller than the rest of the choir? Are they ringers? only in the police force because of their nice voices?
This was amazing and perfect. Thank you!
Excellent use of stickers (as usual)!
The last one is the best but they are all very good. I hope you are mailing these to some lucky friends after you photograph them!
This is so great. More of these please. They are indeed digestible (and make my lunch of leftovers seem much more appealing).
I had a Garfield-themed 10th birthday. I also regret nothing. (this was so great!)
@Dancercise They collected rain water to drink in tarps stretched between sticks! And they got rescued because they found a piece of broken mirror in the braken. Even as a 10 year old I thought that was pretty unbelievable. Who knew the coast line of Connecticut had so many islands?
On Flaubert to Maupassant in an 1878 letter: "You complain about fucking being ‘monotonous’. There’s a simple remedy: cut it out for a bit"
If someone could just tell me what I was born to be, I would appreciate it.