Past Imperfect

Past Imperfect – #459


Archaeologist #1: “What the hell is that?”

Archaeologist #2: “Well, based on my research notes, this appears to be a rare specimen from the Golden Age of Hollywood.”

Archaeologist #1: “What made that age golden?”

Archaeologist #2: “I’m assuming it was a time when humans were able to reproduce with chickens.”


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  1. Ok, that last sentence just came out of left field – totally wonderful. (except, possibly, for the chickens). I mean, is it going to be a chicople or a peoken? This is important, and is it eggs or live birth. :0

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    • The mind is a terrible thing to waste. 😉 By the way, thank you SO much for the Sunday Blog Share. (As you appear to have the comments turned off, which I completely understand, I wasn’t able to properly show my appreciation.) Your generous gift was a major factor in making that piece the most-liked post so far on Bonnywood. I have had a silly grin on my face for two days… 🙂

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      • You’re welcome, Brian. I turn off comments, hoping that anyone inclined to comment will leave them on your site. I find all your posts giggle-worthy, but that one was particularly fun to share. Glad it brought some visitors!

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    • I noticed that as well! You never know what’s going to happen when you mix DNA. Oh, since we’re chatting, I’m unable to add another comment to your Dr. King post, so I hope you don’t mind if I bring it up here. I was thinking of running that this Wednesday, 02/01. I know it’s a little late for the holiday, but I think I’ll spin that in the intro to say something like “we should celebrate every day, not just one day”. Let me know if this would work for you…

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