Monthly Archives: September 2011

Good Omens

A sign your weekend won’t be awful’s 60 frozen Eggo® waffles And a tub of cookie dough Inside your freezer. (Need milk, though.)

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Arachnameanies

Spiders giggling in low branches Of the trees I walk beneath Love my frantic, angry dance as I yank webstrands from my teeth.

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Foul Floorcast

Prepare to wear your boots indoors To cross my puppy-puddled floors (His continence has suffered since He licked that ‘lectric chicken fence)

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Green Fist

Weeding: Sweet, sadistic bliss Dispensing death with flicks of wrists No mercy, clemency or pardon From the guardian of this garden

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Chocolate Coda

My son and I played with the Pops On Monday nights for years, and stops For milkshakes (the McDonald’s blend) Were how we liked our nights to end. On cooler eves we changed it up By opting for a warmer … Continue reading

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Glasshole

A window’s a hole in a wall or a door An absence where something was present before A kind of a shadow that lets in the light In the daytime then lets it back out in the night A glass-covered … Continue reading

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150 Percent of Your Recommended Daily Allowance

Too much fun by half Thank you, Jim Henson (and staff) Muppets make me laugh

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