Past Imperfect – #99

As the Baptists predicted, allowing slattern women to wear scandalous bathing attire on public beaches quickly led to moral depravity, group addiction, gangsta fashions, and the shocking outrage of people not listening to the Baptists anymore…  

Past Imperfect – #97

In yet another example of municipal ineptitude, the citizens of Little Rock had to endure this spectacle, wherein it became clear that the town council had not properly considered all aspects of the Keystone Pipeline Barrel Delivery System. The hole was not big enough, a phrase rarely heard […]

Past Imperfect – #68

This fashion accessory was all the rage in the upper ranks of Parisian Society, and everyone who was anyone just had to have one or they would be shunned forever. Fifteen minutes later, someone pointed out that you couldn’t drink wine whilst wearing such a thing. The Beaky […]

Past Imperfect – #88

Myrna gleefully lets her many paramours know that she is not pregnant after all, it was just an especially vindictive gas bubble and a neurotic need for attention on her part. Celebrations ensued. The next morning, Myrna was not only without child, she was without paramours…  

Past Imperfect – #95

Norma was rather fond of the contraption created by her hair stylist, especially the medallion in the midst of it all that seemed to indicate she had won an award of some kind. But then the Federal Aviation Administration stepped in and asked her to leave the country […]

Past Imperfect – #93

Marguerite found herself rather fetching as she gazed into her boudoir mirror. Sadly, that “dewy glow” was courtesy of Marie Curie Cosmetics (the “Effervescence!” line), a company that embraced Marie’s infatuation with all things radium. Marguerite would soon have annoying skin issues, but at least she was comforted […]