09 February 2010

Today's word is wonder

21 comments:

Scurvy Jake said...

The blurry text is a nice touch. Unless it's that coke float I just had...

DexX said...

Is the fuzzy text part of the joke, or an accident?

Ellie said...

It's all a little blurry and surreal.... Who said Coca-cola never had cocaine.

glenna74 said...

Button, button, who's got the button?

Dr. Phil (Physics) said...

Oh dear me.

Dr. Phil

Kathleen Fisher said...

I love the hallucinogenic text!

The Silvas said...

Something strong, that's for darn sure!

Dr Phibes said...

Trudy also wondered why her panties were now on back to front.

Krunk said...

I'm guessing the blurry effect was on purpose. Thought my glasses were dirty for a moment. ;p

BANDOLINO KID said...

very clever indeed Ross. Brilliant one.
ps - did you ever sort out that charlatan who was selling the my first dictionary t-shirts?

red-handed said...

Oh Trudy: just pass out already so we can get this party started.

dadoctah said...

This proves my theory! Never eat or drink anything offered by a clown!

anyz said...

Trudy is starting to hesitate.
She isn't sure. Should she do what The Clown is obliging her to do?

Ross Horsley said...

Yes thanks, Bandolino Kid. The hitman you recommended did a great job, but I'm gonna lay low for a while till the cops back off.

Anonymous said...

What is a "Coke float"?
Do you snort it or smoke it?

Lorna Horsley said...

Love this one Ross! And laughed at a few other suggestions made too

Ross Horsley said...

The suggestions for this one are very funny!

A Coke float is a glass of Coke with a scoop of ice cream in it, if anyone's wondering.

O Senhor said...

Mum's pills are nice.

Arnaud Perigord said...

Loved the blurry effect. But I had to read the comment.

I wondered if I wasn't under any influence.

Lose That Girl said...

If Trudy was expecting the kind of party where regular Coke Floats are served, well she should have arrived wearing clothes! Hussy.

Anonymous said...

By definition a metaphor is both true and untrue. Does that apply to marriage?