Monday, November 10, 2014

Venison, vidison, vicison

1. The Reckless Genetic Tinkering and Things-Man-Was-Not-Meant-to-Know division of Riddled Research Laboratory was making good progress with the animal / vegetable gene splicing experiments until we were belatedly apprised of the fact that salmonberries already exist.
2. The scoffers declared that there was no demand for berry-fruit-themed novelty crash-helmets for Cervidae. They laughed at Galileo, they laughed at Tesla, they laughed at Punch and Judy until Mr Punch was all "Meet my little trunchy friend WHACK WHACK WHACK" and who's laughing now?

3. The stag is auditioning for a role in a Hieronymus Bosch painting.

4. It is an incommutable chirality of the mollycule theory that each perseverant impact agitates the little adams of raspberryhood inside the raspberry and evoke some to migrate across to the head of the horse, with a concomitant transhumance of horseness adams from the horse's headbone into the raspberry. These horses are at least 60% raspberry and there is dubiety of ever bringing them back below 50%.

5. All of the above.


ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

Lookout, Corvidaewine!

Better get your patent/trademark applications in, Team Riddled.

tigris said...

Swossageberries do not exist. YET. Though last time we tried we just got pig-inna-pokeberries.

Yastreblyansky said...


Quoth the Raisin.

Smut Clyde said...