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October 29, 2012


When Swedish sixth grader Tilde Nörgaard opened her recently-delivered school class photo album, she was shocked to discover her picture showed her with one eye too many.


(Thanks to The Perts)


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Has she looked in the mirror lately? Maybe it is really there.

At least children aren't cruel these days and probably won't make fun of her.

She had bangs before this photo?

Someone in the old Marvel Dr Strange comic book had a third eye popup every once in awhile. Yes, I'll get back to the geezer bus...don't rush me.

She just has to keep a eye out...

Nikki Danger, Third Eye.

Only geezers need reply.

That's embarrassing. Can't they airbrush out Swedes' extra eyes ?

She wasn't too upset about it because when you're named for a punctuation mark, you're kind of used to teasing.

"Reading my name on my office door: Regnad Kcin."

Barney Phillips' granddaughter?

(He was the one with the third eye in the Twilight Zone episode "Will the Real Martian Please Stand Up.")

(*Joins Cheesewiz on the geezer bus*)

But if I remember correctly Barney was from Venus.
Yes, I was late getting to the stop and missed the bus again.

And by the way, that's what sixth graders look like in Sweden? Or does "sixth grade" have a different meaning over there?

Superman also had a "third eye" in one episode (comic book version" ... IIRC, it wuz a "fringe benefit" of Red Kryptonite ...

Actually, this is what happens when you watch Horus
too much... Horus, being of course, TimE Warner and/or
no-account brother CBS....

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