11 March 2010

Today's word is pray

17 comments:

Otto said...

WOW. What happened to subtlety?

Samuel Pothier said...

Well, praying is subtle, nobody can guess your demands.

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I wonder if God requests the service of a private company to correctly answer every prayer?

That would explains a lot.

Anonymous said...

Must be Uncle Rory's kid.

Euripides said...

Be careful what you pray for Gertrude, the gods visit the sins of the fathers upon the children.

Ross Horsley said...

Yes, subtlety's in short supply today :-)

Funny, Anonymous, I imagined Gertie as Rory's kid too.

Isao said...

Gosh it's the best illustrated dictionary entry I have ever seen. Thanks. Off to a great Friday...12th.

besucher said...

This is too sick.

Anonymous said...

prayer

The Vicar instructed Gertrude to kneel before him in prayer.
Now she is wiping her face.

Anonymous said...

I always love checking your site, but it might have been funnier if it had said "not come back from" instead of "get murdered in".

At any rate, cheers.

Lose That Girl said...

Gertrude should pray for a new wardrobe. Red and green should never be seen unless you're a Christmas decoration. Just sayin'....

anyz said...

Gertrude is praying for a calm night.

She's asking God that Daddy doesn't come back.

Anonymous said...

Daddy deserves to go to jail and be murdered there because he wouldn't buy Gertrude another puppy. After she did the art installation with Spot.

Dictionar Englez-Roman said...

wow.. get murdered...

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Anonymous said...

welll.... "hope daddy gets raped too" would have been too improper, no ?
(i just love this one !)
peter/b

Mastodor said...

Pray

When we Pray we ask God for help.
Gertude always Prays before daddy tucks her into bed.

Ross Horsley said...

Nice one, Mastodor!