25 March 2010

Today's word is scheme

17 comments:

Anonymous said...

best one in a long time! excellent!

FJL said...

Years pass... remorseless and still up to his old schemes, Joseph sails on as the unsuspecting and talented Tom Ripley.

Tuesday Kid said...

This is great, kids will one day mention this blog to guidance counsellors and maybe one day court.

callisto said...

Cindy has the same scheme - The race is on! There can be only one only child.

Logan said...

Very crude, I love it!

Amphigorym said...
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Amphigorym said...

WARY

Ella is wary. In the past, Joseph has only held her hand when mum made him.

marymc said...

OMG, this is my childhood with my older brother!!!!

Lorna Horsley said...
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Jack said...

My son found your site and passed it on. This is the funniest stuff I've seen in ages. Keep it coming!

anyz said...

as i like to provide you with interesting links, here's another one:
http://www.oldpicturebooks.com/royal-picture-alphabet.php
and its all about illustrated alphabet book(s) (the one in the link is an example, there're also other ones on the site)
=)

anyz said...

[but maybe you know it already]

Ross Horsley said...

Stunning link as always, anyz. Love the choice of words they've come up with... Talk about eccentric!

Daniel said...

reminds me of J. D. Salinger's short story "Teddy," in Nine Stories.

John Cowan said...

This doesn't work well in American English, where scheme already means 'plot' rather than 'plan', and so the reader suspects the character is up to no good right at the start.

Mastodor said...

sea
Sally wants to be a mermaid.
And Joesph wants to help her.

Heather said...

Wow, this is hilarious