Tag: RWNJ

Past Imperfect – #301

Alice: “Sister Girl, what the hell are you doing?” Marceline: “I’m singing a song about the joys of being a woman in America.” Alice: “Then why do you sound like the milk truck just ran over the cat?” Marceline: “Well, I’m trying to be uplifting, but let’s face […]

Past Imperfect – #223

Meanwhile, at their latest convention, Tea Party members performed a one-act play concerning their thoughts on the Rights of Women. It should come as no surprise that this plank in their platform is as rusty and outdated as Henry the VIII’s codpiece. Still, this live-action shot does provide […]

Past Imperfect – #168

Actress on the Left: “I’m really not comfortable posing for this picture. And I’m not talking about the crappy lighting.” Actress on the Right:  “I have bills to pay. I’m not saying a word.” Left: “But we are clearly clutching phallic-symbol devices and pretending to be happy about […]

Past Imperfect – #202

Fred and Ginger were having a swell time on the dance floor, until Fred got a bit too exuberant and decided a high-kick was somehow appropriate for the moment. Ginger went sailing through the air, her expression quickly changing from professional giddiness to one of abject fear, and […]

Past Imperfect – #78

One foggy morning, the villagers awoke to the terrifying realization that the Giant Chicken Demon of yore had returned. Then one of the youngest villagers, a smartly-dressed lass who was studying to be an astrophysicist even though the occupation hadn’t been invented yet, pointed out that Said Demon […]

Past Imperfect – #324

Tour Guide: “And over here, boys and girls, we have the Charles F. Nelson house.” Little Billy: “Who cares.” Little Andy: “My juice box is empty.” Little Sally: “I gotta pee.” Tour Guide: “It’s one of the most famous houses in Olalla, Washington.” Little Billy: “Why? Did somebody […]

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 […]