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May 21, 2009


Snail Boy


(Thanks to Horace LaBadie, Jeff Meyerson and Baron vonKlyff)


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Slimey...and first!

No word on whether he was having escargot for dinner.

This isn't another super villian I have to worry about, is it?

I'm already dealing with Adam Lambert and the Burger King guy......

We're gonna need a little more garlic.

Is he the appetizer?

I'm sure his mother is proud of him.......


In a few years we'll be reading about the operation to remove the brain snail that climbed in his nose and wrapped itself around his cerebral cortex...

It's called a "cochlea", Allen. You've got two of them. Right behind yer eardrums.

Sweet dreams...

I strongly recommend that he not try it with these snails:


At least we can be sure that he is the last of his line.

Mr. Death, shouldn't that be "sweet drums"?


Snail trails on his face? At his age?

Our kids is learning!!

"Stuck On You" comes to mind.

Go Mister Snail

when i was but a wee lass, i would bring snails to school to play with. never, ever, ever did it occur to me to put them on my face. teachers coffee cup, yes, my face, no.

That boy will probably be girlfriendless for many years to come.

It is only a matter of time before he opens a salon with the fish-pedicure people.

His family is sending witness statements, video and media coverage to Guinness this week.

Proud are they.

God makes 'em and Guiness takes 'em.

I believe a little chlorine in that gene pool is needed immediately.

French people, do not look. You'll go crazy.

This stunt was rapidly followed, I'm sure, with a 10-grit sandpaper facial.

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