Monday, March 16, 2015


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TrickyRicky said...

I hate to agree with Tickles about anything, but really, who doesn't like knockers?

Bruce Bleu said...

Y'know... I wouldn't be at ALL surprised if Tickles likes to apply corporal punishment to the helper monkey!
Treeky Reeky,
Personally I like doorbells.

Anonymous said...

For some reason, this reminded me of a question I had been meaning to ask; Stilton, what was your field of specialty?

Stilton Jarlsberg said...

@TrickyRicky- Ebenezer Scrooge wasn't too keen about his.

@Bruce Bleu- You're saying that Tickles likes to spank the monkey?!

@Anonymous- I've mentioned this from time to time but it bears repeating; I'm not a medical professional and never have been - although "Doc" is a nickname that has stuck.

I wrote a parody of the book "Who Moved My Cheese" by Spencer Johnson MD. My book was "Who Cut The Cheese" by Stilton Jarlsberg MD. The "MD" was added to make the parody cover look as much like the original as possible.

All that being said, I do actually have a degree in psychology - which is perhaps why "crazy" is more or less my specialty.

Pete (Detroit) said...

I disagree - if he LIKED Knockers, he'd put more effort into finding a 'real' set...
Me, I likes 'em smaller rather than larger, and for that reason prefer the ladies in the skinny / slender / svelte class, rather than "lush, full figured, well upholstered"
But it's a special kinda sikko to go after the young 'uns..

Bruce Bleu said...

Because of your genius repartee, I had no doubt you ARE a Doc. So, are you telling me it is an HONORARY title, or a real one that stands for Manic Depressive?
NEVERMIND, I just read your psypost psyscript to Anonymoose. I actually have a PHD... a Post Hole Digger.

Stilton Jarlsberg said...

@Pete (Detroit)- "Special Kind of Sicko" is actually on Tickles' business card.

@Bruce Bleu- If humor is the best medicine, I think I can honestly call myself a general practitioner.