Friday, January 27, 2006

Sharon's serpent menace

As Spotbottom lore goes, their slightly tart and bitter pungency inspired a life saving retch from the snake...who was never quite the same again.

sharon-snake

7 comments:

Coco Rialto said...

The inside of the snake was like a beautiful gyspy caravan. Not only were they captured by it they escaped and lived to tell and tell and tell.

Flopsypants said...

serpent sharon is rarely, if ever, seen by humans.

yellopad said...

Slightly tart and bitter pungency? Feel like retching?

"Plop, plop, fizz, fizz, oh what a relief it is! Alka-Seltzer!"

sweeps said...

the lore continues to state that all Spotbottoms continue to eat their young and, therefore, must be separated at birth.

d_orlando said...

I saw a python do that to a kangaroo once. ; )

Fancy World said...

I say what I always say; S-H-A-R-O-N F-O-R P-R-E-S-I-D-E-N-T!!!!!!!

Yeah!

Ding Dong said...

what diameter can sharon's mouth dislocate to?