Inexplicitly without method

27 responses to Inexplicitly without method

    • Jessie Martinovic – Author

      A quick search revealed Bob Kushell or Bill Prady, would be the best people to sell your ingenious idea to Hariod!

      • No as it happens the little gal just has the look of one of those wonderful Zorglet’s about her…remember I am a time traveller and have visited Zorg on numerous occasions!

      • Jessie Martinovic – Author

        Your mind does not ever cease to amaze me, please do write about your journey/z

      • I think I possibly have…scratches head, lights a fag and has a jolly good think knowing that somewhere in the back catalogue it is there!

      • Jessie Martinovic – Author

        oh, must be my mind again, sorry please do forgive me, I shall have a look 🙂

      • Carruthers and his cardboard box time machine comes to mind now but somewhere, not on the blog I have more…just don’t know what drive the stuff is saved on…if saved at all knowing me!

      • True…although in my case I am prone to saving things out of habit born of the days running our PI business where I had to save client reports and things…true what you say though, the ether is the best place to send things!

    • Jessie Martinovic – Author

      Most of them are once they have their faces did. It’d cute, because they only get to see it for a brief couple of seconds. That moment they look in the mirror, is enough to melt 10 of the coldest hearts ❤

      • True. I painted children’s faces for a few years, at social events and parties. The parents can be very demanding, they think they know what the kiddy wants, but the children know better, and are always chuffed to bits with the results. Many a time an elaborate butterfly face has been smeared to muck after a few minutes and so a ‘touch-up’ is needed. My favourite ones were monsters. I specialised in them *laughs*. It’s a fine way to wear a mask.

        – sonmi of face painting fame upon the Cloud

      • Jessie Martinovic – Author

        Oh wonderful, yes it’s truly an honour to work with such purity. Some of which, like you said, have much of parents influence. I blatantly refused a kid which had snot and cheeseburger mouth, looked up at the mother who was a stunt double. Terrible.

        The best request I’ve ever received was a Daikin air conditioner- the kid had a laminated picture even. I made sure the vent was on the eye lid, but it was crooked and did only one eye. Even did a completely unsubtle gust of blue wind across the nose and mouth. Best day ever.

      • Hahaha brilliant. Yes, they do ask for things like being a ‘dust-bin’ or hold up their soft toy and say “Like this” very seriously. Loving the air conditioner and the “looked up at the mother who was a stunt double. Terrible. ” – Hahahahaha.

        – sonmi cracking up upon the Cloud

      • Jessie Martinovic – Author

        Eating cheeseburgers really will get you nowhere in life.

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