Friday, June 16, 2017

IF ALLIGATORS KNOCKING AT YOUR DOOR, POISONESS SNAKES CONGREGATING ON YOUR LAWN AND GIANT TURTLES MAURADING IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD AREN'T ENOUGH, THEN THERE ARE THE PRE-HISTORIC BIRDS READY TO SWOOP DOWN AND DESTROY IN THE LOW COUNTRY AND COASTAL EMPIRE--OH MY!


Of course need I mention Black Widows and Brown Recluses and arachnophobia?

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

POISONESS? Is that like female poison?

Anonymous said...

MAURADING? You need to go back to bed....

rcg said...

Probably left over from your Corpus Christi Mass representing the Sacred Heart.

Have you ever noticed they always turn their heads to the left when diving for fish? Apparently helps prevent ingesting water and neck injury.

Gene said...

Anon @ 9:30 am: It is like something has a lot of poisoness as opposed to only a little poisoness.

Maurading is like when you conduct sudden assaults on South Pacific Islands, such as Maui. You didn't know this?

I also have a question: Is a person who makes allegations an alligator?

Anonymous said...

No, an allitigator is a person who prosecutes civil liability cases against reptiles who bite humans.

Gene said...

Then, there are politicians who are constantly haranguing us...these are known as "harangotangs."

Anonymous 2 said...

This whole thread seems fishy to me.

This said, as the saying goes, “One man’s fish is another man’s poisson.”


Gene said...

We have been carping about this for a while. I hate to be crabby, but the conversation is now floundering. I hope this is not the bass we can do.

rcg said...

Wasn't Lucricia Borgia a poisoness? Most of the comments in this thread have been catty and ducking the issue. Nature has gone whole hog in coastal Georgia.

Anonymous 2 said...

Gene,

Reading your last comment provokes whaling and splashing in reefs. You’re krilling me. But I suppose there’s a plaice for everything. Your tern.

Gene said...

Well, it would be sailfish of me not to reply...I will try to bring a ray of porpoise to this discussion. That is better than clamming up and being eel tempered. But, from where I am perched, I can only say, "Oh, the huge manatee!!!"

Anonymous 2 said...

If I trout out some more dreadful puns in response, people may think I am pursuing a red herring on this thread and driving everyone batfish crazy. So I wonder whether I should change my tuna and leave things solely to you from heron out.

Gene said...

Your comments just conched me on the head...I do not know why we continue to beat this drum. There is a sea of puns, and I was hoping we could stem this tide of foamy comments. I would almost rather listen to Lawrence Whelk than struggle in this wake of verbal flotsam. Frigate.