Tag: hahaha

  • Transmissions From Toddler-Town: The Devil’s Dictionary

    He talks a lot, now, this kid. B-Dub’s got a whole contingent of words, some of them known, some of them guessed-at, some of then Lovecraftian gibbers that summon gray-skinned amphibious monstrosities from the deep. It all started with Mommy and Daddy, of course, but it always does and those don’t make particularly exciting first words — far […]

  • In Which I Am Contacted By The “FBI”

    The other day, I received this in my inbox: Dear Sir/Madam I am Ronald T. Hosko,the personal secretary to the FBI Director; Roberts Mueller III. After proper investigations, we discovered that your pending payment which has been withheld by imposters for a very long time and they have been claiming to be who they are […]

  • In Which I Ponder The Lyrics To “The Rainbow Connection”

    Thing is, as you start to sing songs to your kids, you start listening to the lyrics. Rockabye Baby? In the tree-tops? Wind blows, cradle rocks, baby falls out of tree? Why was the baby in the tree in the first place? Who puts a cradle up there? Ben Franklin? Nikola Tesla? And why are we singing songs about babies falling out of trees as a means to get babies to sleep?

  • Funny Books?

    First, what funny novels have you read? Why were they funny? Were they more than just funny? Did they have good characters, good story, all the things you should have in a proper tale? Second, what’s funny? How do you write funny? That second one’s an open-ended and perhaps unanswerable question.

  • Transmissions From Baby-Town: “Nine Months”

    This week, the calendar pages come fluttering off the wall, and Baby B-Dub reaches nine months of age. Which means he’s been out as long as he was in. And it’s becoming increasingly clear that we’re screwed. But that’s okay. We like it. Happy nine months, kiddo.

  • Two Girls And One Search Term Bingo

    It’s been a while since the last Search Term Bingo. I blame the slowly-growing evil found in the dread hearts of the LORDS OF GOOGLE. Since encrypting search terms for those logged into any Google service, I get like, minimal deliciousness in terms of freaky weird-ass search terms. They still come in — but now […]