mind expanding nonsense

When I was a little kid, I was really into knights and all that medieval stuff.  Even had a Robin Hood set complete with tin castle and figures.  Richard Greene, who starred as Robin on the TV series, was the prominent figure.

So, having drawn this one, whilst in a deep state of nostalgic regression, I had to come up with a story.  And since it obviously looks like Prince John is about to slice off someones nose, I decided to write about cutting off your nose.

Now I don’t know about you, but I’d sure miss my nose were it to be cut off.  Not only does it keep my glasses up on my face, but I often times use it to discern danger.  When something is about to go south on ya, oftentimes there’s an odor emitted.  That’s a warning signal.  If it smells like bullshit, it probably is.

Some folks pierce their nose with jewelery (golden boogers?) and some intentionally cut off their noses, in an attempt to spite their face.  Guess I showed you!  Both practices seem rather silly to me.

While avoiding nose severance, something else ya wanna do is avoid having it grow on ya.  Lengthy noses are a sure sign of lying.  And if you fib too often (not just enough to get by), the old snozola is gonna grow.  Snorting lines of Viagra will do the same thing.  So watch out.


Comments on: "Cutting Off Your Nose" (11)

  1. Great drawings as usual. No need to hold the nose.

  2. Wonderful drawings!

  3. Ever thought of having an open request for people to add captions to your pictures? Or am I being too nosey? In the first one isn’t that the optical illusion old woman/pretty girl face? Anyway it’s too Freudian for words…

    • Make up your own caption could be a trip….I might do that sometime when I can’t think of anything to come up with.


  4. Great Sketches! Those are some excellent meds, huh? LOL

  5. my neck hurts – oh that’s just the strain from supporting your big hooter madam .. 🙂

  6. I liked your limerick. On limerick off Monday! 🙂 great drawing style too! I will be visiting your blog again!

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