A Horse in Aisle Five : Page 3 A Horse in Aisle Five : Page 3 published on 28/10/2016Read more posts by the author of A Horse in Aisle Five : Page 3, Bobblit There has been a frog powder shortage lately, and I’m still unsure about Disqus. I also drew some eyes, just because
None of those eyes look ANYTHING like a Cat’s 3rd Eye.
(I’ve said too much. And thanks for keeping the secret)
Oh why, you’re welcome! But don’t worry, the cat that bit me wasn’t radioactive enough for me to start drawing Third Eyes just yet. Your secret is safe! (For now.)
That «witch» is such an amateur.
«Baby Powder» is far more effective.
(made from actual babies, duh)
What about… baby frog powder? The best of both worlds!
There is a tale, an incredibly powerful tale, that I should never reveal, but…
Long ago, and far away, Christian Missionaries were assigned to certain tribes in New Guinea.
These were hungry, yet worthy people.
Missionaries supplied Canned Peas (of course). Canned Carrots. Potatoes. Beans.
All cans sported full color pictures of the vegetables inside, of course. Which was essential to people that had no written language.
The tribes were grateful and delighted.
Yet when the Missionaries returned with another shipment of food, they noticed one group of food was singularly untouched.
It was the BABY FOOD – which had labels of smiling BABIES.
(how often the so-called primitives have more sense than the so-called civilized)
Oh god xD. Is this a true story?
(And none of the other cans had labels of smiling people and stuff? Because sometimes they do.)