Month: March 2015

Past Imperfect – #84

The final scene of the play was a smashing success, with critics on their feet. The story was powerful and emotional, with Dorothy managing to bring her lover back from the dead, despite the fact that Dorothy was sporting an unfortunate bowl-cut hairdo which would convince most men […]

Past Imperfect – #83

As Zelda walked into the Gamma Bamma Slamma sorority house for her interview, she was not at all disturbed by the exuberant smoking, the obvious fact that none of them had a professional stylist, or even the aura of possible lesbianism. She was, however, a bit concerned that […]

Past Imperfect – #81

And here we have one of the earliest known celebrations of marriage equality in America, with everyone quite pleased. Except for that one guy in the upper middle, who is running for Congress in Oklahoma and has just realized that this snapshot might bode ill for his campaign… […]

Past Imperfect – #78

One foggy morning, the villagers awoke to the terrifying realization that the Giant Chicken Demon of yore had returned. Then one of the youngest villagers, a smartly-dressed lass who was studying to be an astrophysicist even though the occupation hadn’t been invented yet, pointed out that Said Demon […]

Past Imperfect – #77

This is how one turns to a life of crime and indiscretion: When your older sisters force you to wear ridiculous costumes and then torment you further by laughing uproariously, despite their inability to arrange Grandma Bennett’s heirloom china in a proper table setting. The day will come, […]

Past Imperfect – #76

Let’s eavesdrop on the wedding participants’ thoughts, shall we? Left to right. #1 “Father of the groom. I don’t like any of these people here, including my son, but you have to maintain lineage or it all goes to pot and the wrong kings get crowned.” #2: “Best […]