Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Dr. Denial's Kids Do Kickstarter

A wonderful investment opportunity for the inhabitants of VVattsWorld.


Eli suspects this is a one time opportunity.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

"Crock-o-denial Blog"
-- Horatio Algeranon's parody of Crocodile Rock (sorry Elton)

I remember when the blog was young, me and Tony had so much fun
Scolding Manns and sliming Jones
Had a No-warm Theory and a blog of my own
But the biggest kick I ever got was doing a thing called the Crock-o-denial Blog
While the other kids were bloggin' ‘round The clock, we were denyin' and lyin' on the Crock-o-denial Blog
Well, Crock-o-denial Blogging is really fogging when the heat just can't keep still
I never knew me a better time and I guess I never will
Oh lawdy mama, those Denyday heights when Tony exposed addresses right and the Crock-o-denial Bloggin' was out of sight

But the years went by and the Blog just died
Tony went and left us with some American Pi
Long nights crying by the Denial Machine
Dreaming of the Theory and my cold new schemes
But they'll never kill the thrills we got lyin' it up at the Crock-o-denial Blog
Denying facts as the weeks went past
We really thought the Crock-o-denial Blog would last
Well, Crock-o-denial Blogging is really fogging when the heat just can't keep still
I never knew me a better time and I guess I never will
Oh lawdy mama, those Denyday heights when Tony exposed addresses right and the Crock-o-denial Bloggin' was out of sight

I remember when crock was young, me and Tony had so much fun
Scolding Manns and sliming Jones
Had a No-warm Theory and a blog of my own
But the biggest kick I ever got was doing a thing called the Crock-o-denial Blog
While the other kids were bloggin' ‘round The clock, we were denyin' and lyin' on the Crock-o-denial Blog
Well, Crock-o-denial Blogging is really fogging when the heat just can't keep still
I never knew me a better time and I guess I never will
Oh lawdy mama, those Denyday heights when Tony exposed addresses right and the Crock-o-denial Bloggin' was out of sight

Russell Seitz said...

It might work better as a haiku