What Doesn't Kill You Makes You Stranger.
New dramatic adaptation, "Fanny"The sun will come out your bungholeyou can bet your bottomthat your bungholeis packed with sunThey've blown sunshine upyour bungholeyou'll fart rainbows and sh*t light bulbs'Till there's none(ok, never claimed it made SENSE)
That is hilarious.
@My Dog Brewski- No harm, no foul, but I need to gently remind you that (per the direction over the comment box) I try to keep Johnny a "politics free" zone. For my own sanity as much as anything else (grin).@Stan da Man- It's hard to think of any Broadway musical which couldn't be spiced up by addine a few performers with Tourette's.@The Digital Hairshirt- I swear, some of these cartoons just appear fully formed and I don't know where in my noggin they came from. This is one of them.
I like this character, and am perhaps more comfortable with Tourette's than I should be. I use the macro program "typeIt4Me" on my mac, and several common misspellings of short words expand instantly into Tourette's strings, giving me a chuckle. I'm easy that way. And Stilton - you could make that into an iPhone app easily and it'd probably sell, I hereby give you the rights to the idea.
Dunno Stilt, "Spamalot" is pretty good as it is... Just sayin'but as a rule, yah, I'd go for that. Especially in Italian Opera..
@Kealolo- Automation would take all the fun out of it.@Pete(Detroit)- I have to concede that Spamalot is probably fine as it is (even though I haven't seen it). But you've got to admit that "The Tourette's Sound of Music" would be worth seeing!
"The ($@*$# are alive, w/ the sound of )^%$(%@#*$# ""How to you %$#@#$% a problem like Maria" Yeah, I'm SO there!
@Pete(Detroit)- Wow, now I really want to see it.
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