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Posted by Susofrick on 19 Apr 2024, 14:00

or What you can find in the desert

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Posted by Peter on 19 Apr 2024, 15:27

You see the figure saying: "OMG!" :-D :thumbup:
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Posted by Santi Pérez on 19 Apr 2024, 18:31

Peter wrote:You see the figure saying: "OMG!" :-D :thumbup:

OMG = Only Miss Grass? Well, I think there's enough grass, don't you, Peter? :mrgreen:

Nice vignette, Susofrick. :thumbup:

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Posted by Kekso on 20 Apr 2024, 06:23

Soemhow it reminds me of joke:
Dog walks in desert and thinks: "If I don't find a tree soon I will wet myself" :xd:
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Posted by MABO on 01 May 2024, 12:25

Is there any story about a Yorik, I should know to understand?
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Posted by huib on 01 May 2024, 14:46

What you can find in the desert?
Well, I think he did not find the water.
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Posted by sberry on 02 May 2024, 06:57

MABO wrote:Is there any story about a Yorik, I should know to understand?

Same here! I think it's a lovely little scene, but I have no idea what it means... And even the internet wasn't helpful this time!
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Posted by Susofrick on 02 May 2024, 09:56

Huge thanks for the comments. I call all my skeletons (just have two in the closet, yet) Yorick after Shakespeare's Hamlet.

"Alas, poor Yorick! I knew him, Horatio; a fellow of infinite jest, of most excellent fancy; he hath borne me on his back a thousand times; and now, how abhorred in my imagination it is! My gorge rises at it. Here hung those lips that I have kissed I know not how oft. Where be your gibes now? Your gambols? Your songs? Your flashes of merriment, that were wont to set the table on a roar? (Hamlet, V.i)"

Hmm, maybe the dead man did find water. Probably shouldn't drink it.
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