What follows: Proverbs from V. Shnodgrate. (A PL Poet.)
I. When one waits, it’s hard. Unless, of course, one decides that waiting for what one is waiting for isn’t worth waiting for anyway.
II. To be innocent is hard, since no one has ever met Mr. Innocent.
III. Cursed be the innocent, for they rarely are innocent.
Shnodgrate was trying to be confusing today, methinks. Now, a favorite must be picked. And this professor, so as to be a good example, will pick one first. I like number…give me a minute or two to decide, please.
Have an original proverb? Comment below and Shnodgrate might include in next week’s issue!
by J. Freedwoppen
Sandra Salami was found. She was playing chess with Daddy Salami in this tower here.
Mr. Magi is on the search for the perfect pickle. He can’t decide if sweet is better than dill, or if dill is better than sweet.
Pirates have been sailing throughout the seven seas of the PL. Commodore Schwarz Tauptinker (newly appointed by the council) is going after them.
SCHWARZ TAUPTINKER: I’m on my way, yeah, yeah.
PROFESSOR VJ DUKE: I hope you find them.
PRINCE BEEF: So do I, my man. But I bet you won’t.
SCHWARZ TAUPTINKER: Don’t be a doubter, Beef!
PRINCE BEEF: Prince Beef to you, my man!
SCHWARZ TAUPTINKER: And I’m Commodore now, you know.
Have any questions about the Punchy Lands? From ‘What is it?’ to in-depth Punchy questions? Contact the professor here: firstname.lastname@example.org.
And I’m not even sure what it means. I can’t even use it in a sentence, I fear.