Category: Delusional People

Past Imperfect – #160

Tea Party Handbook, Section 42, Clause B: “This is the proper position that your wife should assume when you arrive at home after a long day of doing everything you can to ensure that white, conservative men rule the planet. She is not allowed to speak, request validation, […]

Past Imperfect – #147

Lady in the Center: “Why, yes, I am wearing a dress fashioned out of a 13th-century French tapestry, thank you for noticing. This particular tapestry was found in an abandoned royal castle, where apparently Queen Veronique the Something or Other was stabbed to death whilst hiding behind it. […]

Past Imperfect – #130

Man on the Left: “I know that I am devastatingly handsome , and that aspect alone will get me far in this superficial society, but it doesn’t hurt to give the appearance of actually being concerned about women for more than one reason. Would you like to feel […]

Past Imperfect – #112

In this snapshot from 1920, patrons at Whitey’s Pub and Bordello react to the news that women were just given the right to vote with the 19th Amendment. (Notice that there are only two people smiling: the bar-back on the right, who apparently later gave birth to Freddie […]

Past Imperfect – #98

Despite the expensive couture and the clever way in which the liquor bottles had been lit, the bartender could sense that something was amiss. Then he realized that a young Hannibal Lecter was seated to his left, ensnaring an innocent. If the bartender played his cards right, he […]

Past Imperfect – #92

Katharine took a deep breath. Then, to the best of her frazzled ability, explained to her beloved but oftentimes hated immediate relatives, that if she was going to make the effort to button this many buttons on a rigidly-confining outfit, then the tea service should arrive in the […]

Past Imperfect – #88

Myrna gleefully lets her many paramours know that she is not pregnant after all, it was just an especially vindictive gas bubble and a neurotic need for attention on her part. Celebrations ensued. The next morning, Myrna was not only without child, she was without paramours…