Widgery thought he had done a good job securing the mast, but a stiff breeze suggested otherwise.
(by Andries van Eertvelt)
Dadgummit, Maude. Every year it’s the same dang thing; you book the cheapest cruise you can find on that ding-dang interweb site and we end up ass-over-teakettle fighting for a seat! Next year Im’a goin’ ta disneyworld!
(by Don Martin)
"You want me to put this mast WHERE?"
Liz’s husband had barely escaped Chernobyl himself.
(by George Condo)
Few people know that George Condo stole inspiration from Mad Magazine’s Don Martin on a regular basis.
There was only one person who could possibly put all the pieces back together again. But she was a mysterious figure, and it seemed unlikely anyone could locate her in time …
(by Richard Prince)
Six years at Chernobyl Nursing School had prepared Liz for nearly any eventuality.
They were able to locate some body parts, but sadly the right forearm seemed gone for good.
(by René Magritte)
Merle wasn’t convinced that she needed to go into the magician’s box nude. She should at least have a hanky to wave when he was finished sawing her parts.
She beat out Olaf, the undisputed champion for three years running.
(by Oldrich Kulhanek)
Halfway through the journey and having been forced to rip the envelope open far enough to see and breathe, Olaf realized trying to send himself overseas via parcel post was not really such a good idea.