Good morning. How are you? I hope you had a lovely weekend. I thought we’d start off the week with a new Weekly Monster. Honestly, this one was planned for last week, but it took a little bit longer to complete than I thought. I hope you’ll deem it worth the wait. If you have the time, I hope you’ll post your thoughts and stories about feisty little 106. In the meantime, I hope you’ll remember that 344 LOVES YOU



  • 2 July 2007 7:24 am

    I love him! He’s the ‘lil brother to The Guy with 5 Ties……*S*
    He’ll get in a whole lot more trouble tho, with that biting habit of his. I’d hate to think of him hangin’ out at a nudist colony.
    Btw, I don’t think I’ve mentioned the jazzy new design at the top of the page – nice work. (and I’ve already shown you my monsters…guess what? they’re yours *L*)

  • 2 July 2007 7:54 am

    This little guy’s great. Not sure how he brushes his teeth though, what with such short little arms and long neck. I wonder if he uses some sort of dental proboscis attached to his three feet? Sounds about right. He’s got to do something about his choppers, what with his biting problem and all.

  • Danielle
    2 July 2007 6:17 pm

    This one’s original blot seems like Blot 11. Brethren?
    His slated teeth may suggest some sort of monster braces later on in life. I can’t imagine how much of a downer that might be for him. It might affect his chompage.

  • 2 July 2007 6:35 pm

    Hi Danielle. You’re right they’re genetically linked, that’s for sure. I’m enjoying the beefy black blots right now. I’ll put out another spidery one next week, though. Don’t want to get in a rut. :^)

  • bbibo
    2 July 2007 8:18 pm

    Jeremy’s New Tie
    It was July 3 in Monster Town, the day before Independence Day, and Jeremy was excited. Tomorrow was his first blind date.
    He was so excited that he tried on his new tie a day early. Jeremy ran, bouncing all the way to the mirror in the bathroom. He looked once, he looked twice, he looked a third time just to make sure. He looked good, he thought, very good indeed. In fact he thought he looked so good that he would leave his tie on all day long.
    Jeremy loved his new tie. The salesman who had sold him the tie had said, “Boy, that looks really fine. You certainly have the neck to make a tie look good.”
    That had made Jeremy smile and he almost felt sorry when he ate the salesman later. But a monster’s gotta do what a monster’s gotta do, Jeremy had always told himself. So in three big gulps the salesman was gone.
    Jeremy thought he should go for a walk and show off his new tie. Along the way he decided not to eat anybody during his walk as he didn’t want to get people stains on it before his big blind date tomorrow.
    Jeremy had mixed feelings about his blind date. He was happy that she was blind as it gave him a fighting chance that she wouldn’t run away screaming away right at the beginning of their date. But Jeremy was sad too. Sad that she could never see his new tie and how his neck made it look really really good.

  • tuesday
    3 July 2007 11:08 pm

    felix fellow’s frumious forging found forty-four fingers fetching for faust

  • Sue Bebie
    26 May 2008 12:24 am

    Osteoporose sieht man ihm an, Bissigkeit auf keinen Fall.
    Vielleicht täte der Zeichner gut daran, die hübsche grüne Kravatte mit einem Aufdruck zu versehen.

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