Good morning. How are you? I hope the weekend is treating you well. If you’re a Super Bowl watcher, I hope you’ll have fun. This monster has absolutely nothing to do with football. As far as I can tell, anyway. You may know better. He does mark the return of a particular family of monsters that we haven’t seen in a little while. There used to be many of them, but now they’re pretty few and far between. See what you make of him:

The big question here is obviously: What’s with the hair?
I have my theories, but I’m much more curious about yours.
Won’t you please…


Whether you’re rooting for the Giants or the Patriots today,
or you’re taking refuge at a coffee house or in a museum,
it’s a safe bet that 344 LOVES YOU


  • 3 February 2008 6:51 am

    Obvious to moi. It’s Ed Grimley’s brother in arms, I must say. But even Ed didn’t have those 3 pinstripe legs. I’ve always loved the pinstripes.
    Even the final sound of the bongos would go well with Ed’s triangle. Perfect!

  • 3 February 2008 1:34 pm

    Ed Grimley! Haven’t heard that name in a long time, but you’re absolutely right. I can see that. I would imagine that the pinstripe pants under the lab coat have a very high waistline. What a bongo triangle jam they could have together.

  • GristleBean
    5 February 2008 10:30 pm

    Hubert Tricuspid, #17 of the Celery- Hair Transplant Study. Grafts have taken well on the subject. Good top foliage. Initial chief complaints of this patient ranged from ‘babe woes’ to ‘general accidental whistling’. Post-transplant, the subject became terrified of tomato juice and kept insisting on wanting to use my cellphone. Also grew noticeable tail. Don’t think the subject knows. Turned over study findings to Alternatoupee, Inc. (R&D Dept).

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