Rereading this after many years I note that you have trouble spelling Midget in your picture. Midgit is not the correct spelling and I hope you didn’t get a B- from the school board on your spelling.
A midgit is not the same as a midget. Midgits were created by the FSM. Midgets are the result of various natural ,as opposed to supernatural causes. People do still refer to the FSM’s creations as midgets, purely because it is in common use.
Is this relevent or are you just bored?
Dear Nephromancer, What’s more, us just turns the M upside-down when us wanting to spell ‘widgit.’
Dear Captain Bluebeard. How is the building of your Pirate ship coming along? I’ts truly amazing of you and the missus to be doing such a lovely thing. I salute you.
We have finished ripping out all the old stuff and finally started building new stuff. We have had a few set backs. My wife is epileptic and after many year without a seizure she had one in the supermarket. She’s fine now. She’s a jock too so hard as nails. I think i’m more traumatised than her.
RCGB, best wishes to your wife. Must have been scary.
I hope you’re both doing okay…
I actually have a full blown phobia of midgets, so I hope midgits are a different thing…
Yeah, they can bite your ankles or run up your trouser legs.
Do you have an urge to pick them up and put them in cardboard boxes?
Captain Birdseye, that is truly a terrifying prospect. More frightening than the thought of a borched Mesom attacking me… I can think of many things I’d rather, among them being thrown into a tank full of snakes.
Keith, it’s more an urge to kick them and run away crying so I can hide in a cupboard. Maybe even just the run away crying to hide… it’s a completely irrational fear. I don’t like garden gnomes either.
I never said I was the full quid folks ;)
Have a day full of marinara sauce… R’amen
kekka: I used to be terrified of garden gnomes when I was a child. I even had a frightening episode with a Devon Pixie that my aunt had on a bedside table. You are not alone with your fears.
Dear Captain Greybeard,
Thanks for your ship update. I send your wife warm regards and wishes – that she may recover really well. Go well, Captain.
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