What Doesn't Kill You Makes You Stranger.
How does the stork open his beak to talk to the baby and still manage to hold the baby in his beak, without dropping the baby in mid-flight before they ever reach the hospital?Also, that baby appears to outweigh the bird, yet the badly overburdened bird continues to fly level and on course.Is the baby destined to grow up to become an Army paratrooper?Is the bird destined to become Sunday dinner?Do we get fries with that?
@JRM-I think you have pretty much covered all the bases. Put a fork in the stork, he's done.
@John Robert Mallernee- Questions like those could drive a man stork raving mad...@TrickyRicky- Suddenly I want to write a Dr. Seuss style children's book called "The Fork in the Stork."
I just dropped in to see what condition my condition was in, he's someone's initial baby (first edition)
Sergio, I think you hit on something there... when the stork signed off he said "Kenny Roger, over and out".
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