The Owl of Minerva, part 3
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April 29th, 2009

The Owl of Minerva, part 3


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  1. PeaceZGood says:

    Hysterical! :)

  2. Dr.Noodle says:

    Funny! But why would spinach be in a can. Doesn’t come in e-coli infested plastic bags now?

  3. PeaceZGood says:

    E coli. Hmmm. We went from spinach, to carrots, to….what’s next and what’s up with that? Mr. Pop Eye obviously has an iron stomach.

  4. PeaceZGood says:

    Actually, following Candorville logic, I MYSELF should be asking for an incentive, and then I could give my own self a bonus which would be, for me, CHOCOLATE! And no one at all could stop me, because I’d put the chocolate purchases on my contract as part of my impetus to get myself to keep on doing the great job of overeating. Hahaha. Actually, those people who did give themselves bonuses for ANY reason out of OUR MONEY should get nauseous and sick of themselves. What can people do with so much STOLEN money?

  5. PeaceZGood says:

    Hmm. Candorville logic. That would be a book I’d buy!!!!!

  6. Tim Jackson says:

    Eye yam what Eye yam,
    Arf-arf-arf!

  7. Sweety says:

    My god, his arms are hideous.

  8. PeaceZGood says:

    Popeye’s arms were EXACTLY like that. Even in the movie, they made up his arms to look like that. Now, all we need now is Sweepee (Sweat Pea), crawling on her arms and dragging her nightgown behind her on the ground. And Olive Oil, who was not an oil at all but Popeye’s girlfriend. This was a TREMENDOUS likeness of the real, live Popeye.

  9. Tim Jackson says:

    Avast there! Swe’ Pea wuz a bastid boy-child! (How humiliachin’)

  10. Sweety says:

    Oh, no doubt they’re incredibly accurate.
    But I always forget how grotesque they are.

  11. Golux says:

    Heh, Olive Oyl with the figure of an ironing board.

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