30 April 2009

Today's word is curious

11 comments:

Isaac Yassar said...

Including hidden details as well. LOL :D

Jimmy said...

I love how this sounds completely innocent without the picture.

Prairie Chicken... said...

Bwa ha ha ha!

love it!

arnab said...

Just great!

Do you draw them yourself too!

Ross Horsley said...

'Fraid not, arnab... They're from old children's books. If only I were that talented!

Reba said...

This is my favorite one so far.

Katannya said...

What on earth could the original artist have been thinking?

Anonymous said...

Perhaps having been raised on the originals of these books and 'properly' repressing how absurd I thought they were, feeds my elation at seeing them mocked unforgivingly today! Grazi!

Anonymous said...

oh please...what WAS the original verbage with this illustration? I can't imagine!?

Ross Horsley said...

The original text:

"A safety pin has an advantage over a straight pin. A safety pin is better. It is safer to use."

Because that's obviously a safety pin in her hand... no?

Mastodor said...

wow, best one I've seen so far. Put two completely innocent things together and... evil little girls.

safety pin? what could she be doing with a safety pin?!? (though the constipated look on the dolls face might explain that)