WolfieToons by Dave Wolfe

WolfieToons by Dave Wolfe

Monday, December 26, 2011

And a Happy Nude Rear!!

Hey, that's pretty horny, huh?

If I do say so myself!

Anyhow, I hope your year-end holiday celebrations (or, as Erica Scott points out, contentedly ignoring the hype) are bringing you as much warmth and joy!

Now, you can curl up in the rocker with a warm libation, click on the blue letters to get over to the  "Discipline And Desire" updates and enjoy NINE free "D&D" story chapters by some of my favoritest authors there!

Oh, and more WolfieToonage, of course.

The cartoon this week, by the way, is a nod to Kay Kyser, a band leader whose "Kollege of Musical Knowledge" was remarkably popular in the glory days of radio.  After he happily retired, and TV took over, he was all but forgotten.  Even esoteric I wouldn't have heard of him, save for the couple of movies he made showing up on TCM!  

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  1. Most excellent!

    Hope you had a merry Christmas and have a happy new year!

  2. LOL -- the only thing I know about Kay Kyser is that he's a guy. What kind of a man's name is KAY? Happy Holidays, Wolfie. :-)

  3. Happy holidays to you and your family!

  4. Wolfie, I don't think I will ever call Devlin O'Neill, professor, again without picturing this video. :-)

    A bit before my time.

  5. Hi, Sarah! Thank you, I see you and RG and Kids had a great time! I didn't make fruitcake, but my fudge, at leat the third batch, was spectacular!

    Ericaneezer!! Hi, Sweetie! Thanks very much, and I hope "Late Bloomer" is having a big holiday sales spike! My promotional idea is to have you IN bloomers. OK, CUTE bloomers. I suppose there is such a thing. Yeah, with Ms Scott in 'em!

    Hey, Lea! I trust all has been joyous in your corner, and that you got all the canes, candy or otherwise, you wanted, to go with those cute printed purple panties!!

    (Pats Kaki on the popo) Hiya, Kaki! Well, the studio heads put Bogie in a musical once, so it's possible Our Prof O'Neill could show up in tap shoes.

    Yes, apparently that Kay Kyser movie-- "You'll Find Out"-- came out sixteen years before I did. Before I was born, I mean. I do recommend it, it's lots of fun, with Boris Karloff, Peter Lorre and Bela Lugosi!!