Saturday Morning Oy - February 25, 2017

Cidu Bill on Feb 25th 2017


Filed in Bill Bickel, comics, humor, oy | 15 responses so far

15 Responses to “Saturday Morning Oy - February 25, 2017”

  1. Bob in Nashville Feb 25th 2017 at 09:49 am 1

    I suspect he’s lion to her.

  2. Kilby Feb 25th 2017 at 10:19 am 2

    Who cares? She’s obviously a witch.

  3. zookeeper Feb 25th 2017 at 02:19 pm 3

    Ees cute.

  4. guero Feb 25th 2017 at 02:53 pm 4

    Is that James Thurber?

  5. Kevin A Feb 25th 2017 at 04:17 pm 5


  6. Kevin A Feb 25th 2017 at 04:24 pm 6

    Who, besides me, first interpreted this like a knock, knock joke punchline? (i.e. without the literal meaning, true here (or about to be))

  7. Boise Ed Feb 25th 2017 at 05:28 pm 7

    Are you a closet Wiccan?

  8. Mark in Boston Feb 25th 2017 at 09:14 pm 8

    I made the mistake of Googling “Narnia fan fiction”. Don’t.

  9. Cidu Bill Feb 25th 2017 at 10:18 pm 9

    Forgot about Rule 34, MiB?

  10. Arthur Feb 25th 2017 at 11:02 pm 10

    For those less fannish about Narnia, here’s a short, safe Omake
    of it. Search for “Wardrobe” on this page:
    (I also recommend “Moby Dick” on the same page.)

  11. Kilby Feb 26th 2017 at 03:28 am 11

    @ MiB (8) - Your warning works about as effectively as well-composed clickbait. Luckily, Google produced nice quote under the third link: “Reading fanfic is like panning for gold in a sewage pipe… you gotta dig through a lot of $#!+ before you find the real treasure.

    P.S. That doesn’t mean that there is any treasure to find. I didn’t look.

  12. James Pollock Feb 26th 2017 at 04:46 am 12

    It isn’t just fanfic. Finding anything useful in the submissions by any collection of previously-unpublished writers is, well, likely to lead to the conclusion that Sturgeon was an optimist.
    (Most writers will concede that they need a good editor’s help to generate their best material. Some of them will grump about it, and some will want to change the subject and discuss the impediments created by BAD editors, but very few will claim that they didn’t need a good editor when they were learning their craft. Yes, I imagine Stephen King’s current editor’s job consists largely of saying “yes, sir, Mr. King”, but he’s about half a billion words past “starting out”.)

  13. Terry Feb 26th 2017 at 08:15 am 13

    “None of ya business” either

  14. Kevin Feb 26th 2017 at 11:46 am 14

    Jimmy Carr: “Did you hear about the gay guy who was so far in the closet he was having adventures in Narnia?”

  15. Grawlix Feb 27th 2017 at 10:12 pm 15

    If the cabinet no longer led to Narnia, would that have been a wardrobe malfunction?

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