Redefining misanthropy for a fresh generation. Standard posts begin with a definition from Ambrose Bierce's The Devil's Dictionary followed by a modern adjustment. Miscellany on Wednesday and storytelling on Saturday.
Saturday, March 20, 2010
The Reformation of Wolfshausen
To hear Weirsdo make short notice sound like she practiced all week, click on the buck at right.
Or, you can read this week's episode with Proteus at left.
Great job Weirsdo!
Beautiful writing Doug. You coulda been a contender.
The Frau is diminished, but she can still scare a big stag.
Great reading Weirsdo. A very exciting and troubling episode Doug. The Great Stag has been causing trouble for eons.
1st Day of Spring!
Thanks, Actonbell, TLP and Nessa. I should add, include "Wet Buck" on the list of phrases not to do a google image search for.
Doug!!! Now I'm having soooooo much trouble NOT googling "wet buck."
Then we'll all just have to assume "Wet Buck" is, in reality, Proteus.
you know i googled and i found hunting sites. i guess killing animals for sport is just as objectionable.
Shadow Shot Sunday 160 - Home
Weirsdo is smooth and professional in every word of the story -wow. I looked at my Bear and told him "Say, Doug really DOES know how to write!" I like all the descriptive creative writing. Round it out with all the cool pictures, and you've really got a good thing going.
TLP, I bet you googled, didn't you?
There you go, Karen. Assume that.
Not to me, Nessa. Although it depends on the animal. Carving children to feed the dogs seems ok.
Why, thank you, Terry. I am kind of hoping this leads to a new career, specifically, Weirsdo making audiobooks. I agree with you, she does it like a pro. I think I sent her the text Thursday night.
Well doh. Got nothin' but damn damp deer. Thanks for nothing.
Thanks for the compliments, everyone. It's always fun.
TLP, that's not what I got. Oh well.
They were well deserved, Weirsdo.
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