Tuesday, May 4, 2010

This, Little Boy, Is Why You Get Beat Up Every Day...

I found this book. In the interest of comedic timing, I'll sum up the "plot" of this tome, then fast-forward to the good stuff. Basically, it's a love letter to the "everybody is different, everybody is special" crowd, an affirmation of individuality written using fewer than 75 different words.

Here we go. Pages 16 and 17.

The follow-up, pages 18 and 19.

And that, young man, is why all the kids at school call you a "Sally." Best of luck on those middle school years.

8 comments:

Mad Guru said...

Mock all you want but that is one nice collection. That fish keychain is a 1/1 Gem Mint 10. And the "R" keychain is a double ring variant. Tremendous book value.

Ryan said...

Keychains? Really... How do you get those in to 9-pocket pages?

Alarion said...

Dude wth? You mean YOU didn't collect key chains?! You don't know what you were missing out on. I like the pink ones. With purple bunnies.

SpastikMooss said...

If keychains are cool, consider me Miles Davis!

Mad Guru's comment made me laugh so hard. Nice post Thorzul!

PunkRockPaint said...

"double ring variant. Tremendous book value."

Mad Guru owes me a new keyboard... Mine has nose coffee all over it.

Motherscratcher said...

That kid is on the fast track to Hot Chicks With Douche Bags. Look at him flashing that gang sign. Give him some frosted tips and an Ed Hardy shirt and it's a done deal.

The chick is digging it too.

William said...

That book is a "Rookie Reader," but few people know that hi-series copies of the same book were made before and listed as an "Extended Rookie Reader."

Corky said...

Can the kid really be considered a collector until he utters that irritating phrase "Mojo!"

Now everyone knows the true Mojo hit is that dual-colored pony keyring. If it is autographed the Beckett Value says it has a high value of $300 at least.