Tuesday, December 16, 2014

Just a 'Toon for Tuesday


Maybe you are one of those people who think you just can't mess up a snowglobe, it's everyone's perennial favorite - the king of the holiday table knickknacks.

You'd be wrong. Anything can fail. 

Although, I have to ask - with the amphora flying, Roman statue heads rolling and columns crashing, what's not to like? It's my personal favorite eruption decoration.

17 comments:

  1. I like it.

    Love,
    Janie, who feels laconic

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    1. You had me scared, Janie Junebug. For a moment I thought you wrote that you feel platonic!

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    2. Janie is helping me remember to expand my vocabulary (for good, not evil). I'm laconic today, too. My weekly plan: sardonic, laconic, ironic, hedonic and if I'm feeling full of myself, wrapping the week up with Napoleonic. Ic!

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  2. Good morning, dear Cherdo!

    Unbeknownst to you, Janie Junebug and I have launched a small business producing erotic snowglobes. We have our own Etsy shop and recently received an order for a dozen globes from a single customer by the name of Glenn Quagmire.

    Please remember that I will be out and about most of the day tomorrow. I will get here to read and comment a.s.a.p. Until then, have a great day and please take good care of yourself, dear friend.

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    1. I'm glad you and Janie are channeling your excess energies.

      Enjoy your day! You'll see some brief posts from yours truly in the next two weeks - I'm helping to plan and stage a community event and my creativity is getting re-directed (also, I'm tired...ha ha ha). My break will come after Dec. 29!

      Take care and have a great day! (I hope Mrs. Shady's quest is going well! Tell her hello from Cherdo!).

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  3. I think that's a cool snow globe! ;)

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    1. Thanks, Chrys (ha ha). Maybe I should have called it an ashglobe.

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  4. Hey, I like it. And I think my kids would, too.

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    1. I could totally see a kid liking something like a volcanic eruption snowglobe, come to think of it.

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  5. One could have a whole set of disaster snowglobes from volcano eruptions to tidal waves, tornadoes, earthquakes...I bet they would sell too

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    1. I suspect a head injury. But you may be spot on.

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  7. I'd call that a "man's snowglobe." They'd certainly like it better than the pretty ones women like!

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Thanks for your personal yada, yada, yada,
Love, Cherdo