The Great Tuna Hunt: Part 4

Vermin: “HISSS! Nasty cats, leaving litter in the street!”
Charlee: “It’s not litter, it’s our latest plan to make the giant can of tuna fall down.”
Chaplin: “When it stomps on the sign, it’ll step on the skateboard, the skateboard will roll away, the can of tuna will fall down, Blue will pop it open, and we’ll all eat like kings!”
Spicoli: “Won’t it just squash the skateboard flat, dudes?”
Charlee: “Maybe. But that’s why we piled Legos and a banana peel on the skateboard.”
Chaplin: “Okay, Blue, hit it!”

Continue reading “The Great Tuna Hunt: Part 4”

The Great Tuna Hunt: Part 2

Charlee: “We’re in position. When the giant tuna can comes by, we just have to lift up the cable.”
Blue: “All right, just let me know when you’re ready for me to write the new ‘supermarket’ sign.”
Chaplin: “Three … two … one …”
Spicoli: “Where are you dudes going?”
Mouse: “Just heading into the backyard. We can’t bear to watch any more of this fiasco.”

Continue reading “The Great Tuna Hunt: Part 2”

The Great Tuna Hunt: Part One

Chaplin: “Okay, so now we just have to lure one of the giant cans of tuna this way, and when it trips over the steel cable, Blue will pounce on it and pop it open with her claw. And then we feast!”
Vermin: “HISSS! Yeah, okay, Tucker-cat! Good luck with your foolproof plan! Ha ha ha ha!”
Spicoli: “Dude, I thought the idea was that you would pile up sharp rocks and the can would pop itself open on those.”
Charlee: “Well, it turns out rocks are pretty heavy.”
Lulu: “Aren’t thick steel cables pretty heavy too?”
Mouse: “Shhh.”

Continue reading “The Great Tuna Hunt: Part One”

You Can Tune A Piano, But …

Producer Smurf: “So you’re smurfing it’s not supposed to smurf the case that giant cans of tuna smurf around the countryside stomping things into the ground?”
Mouse: “Yes, that’s exactly what I’m saying.”
Spicoli: “I don’t know, dude, I have trouble even imagining a world like that. What do the cans of tuna do there?”
Mouse: “They sit in the pantry waiting for someone to open them and eat them.”
Spicoli: “Pfft yeah right! Nobody has a pantry that big! Tell us another one, dude.”

Continue reading “You Can Tune A Piano, But …”

Let’s Do The Time Warp Again, Again

Lulu: “You know, I spent a lot of time in a dog house at the ranch where I used to live, and it didn’t have all these view ports and controls and it was just the same size on the inside as you would expect.”
Blue: “That sounds pretty boring.”
Charlee: “I can’t believe after all this I still haven’t gotten any food. Hey, mouse, could you figure out where that place we were would be now so we can go there and have a look around?”
Mouse: “Are you saying that you want me to calculate where 66 million years of continental drift would have taken your cans of tuna so that you can find the and eat them now?”
Charlee: “Yes, exactly.”

Continue reading “Let’s Do The Time Warp Again, Again”

The Moth Whisperers

moth_whisperers_1

Chaplin: “We didn’t start a band. We’re singing songs to summon moths.”
Lulu: “What, like pantry moths? You don’t have to summon those. They just show up. Usually Mama and Dada aren’t very happy about it, either.”
Charlee: “We don’t really care what kind of moths they are. We just like things that flutter around the house.”
Continue reading “The Moth Whisperers”

Not The Thompson Twins

singing_twins_1

Charlee: “What are you looking at?”
Chaplin: “A couple of little tiny people hiding in the flowers in the side yard.”
Charlee: “What are they doing?”
Chaplin: “I think they’re singing.”

Continue reading “Not The Thompson Twins”