Tuesday, March 30, 2010

I haz a sad

See here is Another Kiwi wandering in teh wilderness communing wiv the little creatures. I don't know why the snails won't talk, splitters!
One gazes upon the skilfully mined hills of New Zild which seem the same as before they were mined. One wears one's Dan Dare Hat of Cosmic Consciousness.
One gazes upon the river which appears to be made of wood, which is probably more internationally competitive.
Truly this a socialist worker's paradise.

23 comments:

merc said...

Be not sad be glad like the Sun at midday (I Ching)./hates simile, hates them we dooo/

coantera, a Buddhist monk metal band.

Smut Clyde said...

I don't know why the snails won't talk, splitters!

There's your problem right there. If they're splitters they're probably asexually-reproducing marine worms e.g. Pygospio elegans.

Smut Clyde said...

One wears one's Dan Dare Hat of Cosmic Consciousness.

You will not fool the treens into thinking that you are the Mekon merely by enlarging your head with a false skull.

Edgar Allan Poe wrote about the famous New Zealand textured or 'braided rivers':
"Upon collecting a basinful, and allowing it to settle thoroughly, we perceived that the whole mass of liquid was made up of a number of distinct veins, each of a distinct hue; that these veins did not commingle; and that their cohesion was perfect in regard to their own particles among themselves, and imperfect in regard to neighbouring veins."

Substance McGravitas said...

There appears to be a small Charles Darwin bird on the rock beside you, thus proving the theory that he naturally selected coitus with our feathered friends.

mikey said...

All of this talk of Dan Dare and The Mekon has caused me to go back and revisit the classic Elton John release "Rock of the Westies", which I must say I am enjoying immensely.

Thank you.

DO carry on...

Another Kiwi said...

Asexual marine worms and Darwin birds!! What sort of heathen blog do you think this is?

Kathleen said...

put some sunglasses on that moon please!

ckc (not kc) said...

...I like the river in the background, which, whether made of wood or not, appears to have been nailed in place

(the snail might almost have been a niceish rock, if not for the slimy bits)

Smut Clyde said...

If the sun & the moon are any guide, this is an early Odd Bodkins cartoon.

ckc (not kc) said...

...(c)corn flakes - Shelfmark above and just to the right of the toaster f

ckc (not kc) said...

...the gent with the indicative fingers and the crotch-grabbing is nice... I like the nicely arranged stars and the two-headed deer-forest amalgam...but why are my comments disappearing (not that I'm unused to that)...ah, well..sadz are to be had, I expect

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

...put some sunglasses on that moon please!, nuncupated the cup of coffee.
~

zombie rotten mcdonald said...

someone mentioned the Mekons?

merc said...

Nah Mysterons,
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w2fBwsB6px8

nesess, a lake monster mess.

Smut Clyde said...

Spectacle frames can be dragged from the next post up but are probably the wrong size.

Smut Clyde said...

Q: What would you call a convention of Ayn Rand fans?
A: A Me-con.

Another Kiwi said...

A burn of stupids?

Another Kiwi said...

Yes, spectacles way too big.
Harumph!

M. Bouffant said...

The bear/tapir mutant downstream will not be satisfied w/ eels forever.

I hope you can run like hell in that dress.

Smut Clyde said...

ckc (not kc)'s comments have just shown up. Where have they been? It is a mystery. I incline to blame Zardoz.

Another Kiwi said...

ckc (not kc)made the comments in the future and we have only just got there.

merc said...

/head explods/

stiver, to not go down a street.

Substance McGravitas said...

If the sun & the moon are any guide

Don't trust those two.