Thursday, January 20, 2011

It's never said at all On the map that Carrie reads

On January 1st 1738, aboard the Aigle, Captain Bouvet de Lozier took a short cut.

The lines on the page probably indicate origami folds but I for one will not be folding it to see what pops up.

9 comments:

merc said...

You got to know when to fold 'em.

dings, we hates them

merc said...

Oh I see, ya'all at the Riddled Office BDO trip.

novent, big smell

mikey said...

Before the volcano erupted it was known as the Firth of Foreskin.

Hah!

That even cracked ME up!

And W/V takes the other perspective, and says "ovalin"

tigris said...

Kirigami, as I'm guessing that one requires a snip.

Smut Clyde said...

Ha. Kokigami even.

Substance McGravitas said...

Fortunately the foreskin restoration fundamentalists will soon reclaim enough land to plant field after field of prepuces.

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

The characters have been chosen to suit most moods from the tender moth and graceful squid, to the vibrant rose, the noble horse, the expectant pig, the fun-loving fish, the jubilant cock, the private investigator, the flashy sports car, the exploratory space shuttle, the slobbering dog, the throbbing steam engine, the urgent fire engine and the ravaging dragon.

I learn and learn and learn, thanks to the innertoobz that Gawd gave us.

P.S. WV: gahos
~

zombie rotten mcdonald said...

I, for one, am sorely disappointed by the lack of ding(1) in this post.

regardless of merc's attempt to backfill.

merc said...

But but I am ding (2).