Oto No Yakamochi, a poem.
I’ll let you in the back door. That’s what she said. I’ll pay for dinner if you put in the tip. That’s what she said. Careful, you might burn your tongue. That’s what she said. If you don’t want it, I’m sure the dog will eat it. That’s what she said. There might be a few spider webs, no one’s been up there since last summer. ...
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Dear Readers Digest
First of all, let me say that I have been a long time subscriber to your magazine and each month I eagerly await your most recent issue. Anyway, Sir, something quite amusing happened to me the other day while I was avenging the death of my most kind and gracious uncle: Milton and I was hoping for you to publish it in your “Life in These United States” section. The anecdote is as...
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Huckleberry Finn Endorses The Boom!
A way down the river, Jim said we should take in a Boom show. We done it. The scenes were mighty funny. Funnier’n The Duke, when he done played Juliet in Arkansas. A couple old folks said it was mighty ornery, on account of all the cussin. I swear I ain’t heard so much cussin since Pap heard tell I could read. By and by I reckon it was funnier than any circus or SLAVE* show I ever did...