IADL #116
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 US Congressman Barney Frank , seeing that the coast was clear, decides on checking out "The Joy of Gerbiling" --Timmy's Flat Rotting Colon
 It wantses the book, doesn't it my precious? Well he won'ts gets it. My precious will eatses him... --alanon
 He'sthe photo negative of TV's Frank! --Doc Evil
 It's MUTINY, Mr. Christian! --Doc Evil
 Thag love book! Tasty for Thag! Go good with fava beans and nice chianti. Urrrr! --Don Spudleone
 'zo, ve meet ahgain meestair bond-do you like my books? Wood you like to touch zem? One uff zem 'as zee secrait deestruct codes... zee ozairs are quite deadlee, ah asshure you.. --Gatherer S. Thompson
 All work and no play makes Jack a . . . no, too obvious. --Heath
 Dammit! I can never remember which book opens the door to the crimelab! --Azazael
 Bookwormman lived in the 800 section of the public library, honing his abilities to fight crime using Literature and Rhetoric. --Anonywuss
 Yet another person driven insane by the quest to figure out just what the merry fuck the Pompatus of Love is. --Thomas Wilde
 If "Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus," where the hell am I from? --Greg J
 A concerned fundamentalist crosses out all the dirty parts in the local library's copy of Curious George Goes to the Hospital. --Greg J
 Wilbur's shame was increased when he realized B. Dalton's half off sale wasn't pants optional. --Monk n Treb
 Going bald? Can't afford any of those expensive treatments? Just head on down to the freeway, and get yourself a racoon! Hey there, lookin' good, fella! --Der enthauptete Hanswurst
 Cleverly disguised, Bela Abzug feeds her secret fetish for pictures of Curious George. --LivFre
 Mmmmm, what's the Dewey Decimal number for fuckbooks? --The Most Rev. HolyOley
 Roger Ebert, caught on film: His forbidden passion for books! --Emil Blovin
 "Yessir, that Stephen King sure has written a lot of books!" --Kurt S.
 Let's see, "Gerbil Removal for Beginners"...figures, it would have to be checked out! --alanon
 Richard had been trapped in the library for weeks. With each passing day, a little bit of his sanity was lost in the labyrinth. He knew he should have learned the dewey decimal system. He knew it. But now it was too late. --Azazael
 Where are they now? : Elvis' bookish half-brother --anon
 Father Willie finds a quiet, secluded corner to "read" in after finding the "Blue Boy" magazine section. --Rhino333
 Sergio checks on "little Sergio" while no one is looking. --rhino333
 From Anne Rice's The Librarian Lestat --Riff
 Man. Whoda thunk Roger Ebert would be a Goth? --Riff
 The Fonz has seen better years, it seems ... --Riff
 Marlon Brando, in a guest appearance on Buffy, the Vampire Slayer. --Riff
 Roger Ebert tries to figure out what all the odd, flat things are. --His Imperial Majesty
 Uh, excuse me. Could you direct me to the books? --Fizzy
 "Yep, there it is- 'How to Pick Up Chicks,' by Howie Nuessbaum. That's me! I'm Howie! I'm famous! Look! Hey, where are you going? " --anon
 Wow, that bookshelf wallpaper sure makes him look smart, don't he?? --Don Spudleone
 The only binding in this picture is this guy's colon after stuffin' down 6 bran muffins this morning. --Don Spudleone

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