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Down the street from my apartment, there is a little church. In front of the church, making their way up through the mud, there are DAFFODIL SHOOTS, so:

They have pluckily grown through the recent sometime-snows!

DAFFODIL: Soon, I’ll be a beautiful flower!
HIS FRIEND: Yaaaaaaaaaay

To celebrate the Triumph of the Daffodils, let’s enjoy a round of Fill in the ____________!  As ever, oodles of super entries, and tough calls to make. “Did I make the right call?” This is the question I ask myself, in the watches of the night.

People were asked to fill in the following:

ROGER: My word–do you mean to tell me that he ______________?
MAGGIE: And then he took the __________________.
ROGER: But how do you feel?
MAGGIE: ____________________, but also ____________________.

Below, the hard-fought winners.

#40
by: Keely

ROGER: My word–do you mean to tell me that he licked the butter knife?

MAGGIE: And then he took the loaf of bread and all of the fig jam with him.

ROGER: But how do you feel?

MAGGIE: Concerned for germs, but also slightly relieved. That was entirely too much fig jam.

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#40
by: Adam

ROGER: My word–do you mean to tell me that he sacrificed a piglet with cameras rolling?

MAGGIE: And then he took the piglet carcass and did a reverse windmill jam into a basketball hoop.

ROGER: But how do you feel?

MAGGIE: I’m stressed what with all the calls from PETA, but also unimpressed–we later discovered that the hoop was only 8 feet tall.

#40
by: My Dad

ROGER: My word–do you mean to tell me that he refused to say “I do” at the wedding?

MAGGIE: And then he took the maid of honor’s hand and said “I do” to her, and she said “I do” back to him.

ROGER: But how do you feel?

MAGGIE: Shocked, relieved, but also like “do do”.

 

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