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(Waiting for some wisenheimer to ask in a Cockney accent, "'Ere, now-- 'Oo's 'ERB??")
I think Edgar Rice Burroughs (Tarzan's creator) would wholeheartedly approve of your use of Jane's bottom as a jungle drum. After all, you're keeping up a cultural tradition amidst a time of change!
Thanks, Web-Ed! Yes, I think that's important! As for ERB's reaction... we can only Barsoom so.
I was scratching my head at the ERB reference. Thanks, web-ed. Tarzan roleplays may be a bit loud if you have neighbors. Great toon!
Yes, Web-Ed himself keeps up the cultural traditions in a time of change; for example, he rescues and presents spanking cartoons from famous cartoonists of the 50's, 60's and 70's over at CHICAGO SPANKING REVIEW! Thanks, Lea, glad you enjoyed this 'toon!
"'Ere, now-- 'Oo's 'ERB??" but not with a cockney accent:)so thank Web-Ed.Fun picture.Love,Ronniexx
Ha! Thanks, Ronnie, I was hoping someone would pick up the cue!("If you're so smart, why don't you pic up your cues?""Are those my cues?""Yes, and they must be dry by now, why don't you take them up out of the cellophane before they scorch?"-- from the radio drama parody "The Adventures of Nick Danger, Third Eye" by the Firesign Theatre.)Thanks for the compliment and the love!
Dave, how many times do we have to pick up your cues, if you are going to leave your them lying around somebody is bound to step on them and break them. Then what? Johnny Weissmuller was Tarzan.Nice job! :-)
Yes ma'am, Kaki, you're right. I'm always missing my cues when we're ready to go somewhere. Don't know Weissmuller with me. Here, they're on the cues tree now.:-DMany Thanks!I always thought it was funny that the first movie Tarzan was named ELMO!