Good afternoon. How are you? I hope the skies aren’t too gray where you are.
Be it sunny or gloomy on your end, I do hope that the new Weekly Monster
will make you smile:

I realize that the monsters in their current incarnations aren’t quite as open ended as they’ve been in the past. But there are still questions to be answered here. For example: Is this the regularly scheduled performance? Is he the opening act, or the headliner? What made this one such a hit? Is this the beginning of his career? The zenith? The end? Are we watching a Royal command performance? And if so, who’s the monarch?

If you’ve got a few minute to spin a tale, please…


For now, I hope you’re having an entirely passable Wednesday!
Do remember please that 344 LOVES YOU


  • 9 January 2008 2:21 pm

    It’s pretty obvious to me. He’s a 3rd party presidential candidate.
    Just about as much of importance to say as any of the others.
    (Why does the song, “Walk Like an Eqyptian” keep coming to mind?)

  • James Hardaker
    9 January 2008 4:19 pm

    I reckon he walked in the wrong door. He was meant to be going to a wedding, but ended up on stage and had to think of something to do fast that would please the crowds!

  • 10 January 2008 7:04 am

    When you added the shoes I almost fell out of my chair laughing. I love this one… beard and all. And when he squeezed out the coat tails I lost it. BRAVO! BELLISSIMO!

  • 10 January 2008 12:15 pm

    Hehe! Thank you, b13! I’m glad you like it. I thought I’d try a new show model.
    And the tails… well, I actually wanted to add them from the start, but simply forgot. By the time the animation rolled around to him standing on stage,
    I thought, well, now what? I wanted him to get applause for a very small gesture. That’s when I remembered the tails.

  • Hansel
    12 January 2008 12:30 pm

    It`s the final test to graduate from monster academy, he had to grow his tiny wings in front of a large crowd. He made it. congratulations!

  • 12 January 2008 12:59 pm

    Ha! Excellent idea, Hansel! I should play “Pomp & Circumstance” in the background! Thank you for your comment!

  • Hunter
    15 January 2008 10:07 am

    He is obviously a guest speaker\presenter who has lost his ability to speak due to too many late night cabaret boxing matches. His mind and his wit is still sharp tho and the tails he presents is the kick off to the first Post-writers-strike award show…(hence the applause). Rainn Wilson is the host btw

  • Anne
    15 January 2008 2:44 pm

    He is a poet of the old school, a national treasure who smells of old wine and libraries. Many love his work, yet few understand it. In a rare interview for the BBC, he once said that the importance of his work lay in the silences, and we all nodded in agreement.

  • Sue Bebie
    7 July 2008 3:33 am

    Der Kursbesuch für königliches Schreiten hat sich mehr als bezahlt gemacht. Majetätisch zieht er von dannen, majestätisch betritt er die Bühne. Da braucht es keine Wahnsinns-Show…
    Wie ein grosser Magier zeiht er sein Ass, nein nicht aus dem Ärmel, er lässt sich Kellnerfrack-Flügel wachsen. Die Menge tobt.
    Und nun die Moral von der Geschicht,
    Man gebe dem Schreiten mehr Gewicht!

  • Nadia Hansen
    23 November 2008 1:13 pm

    Wilbert had a hard life as a child if living off food stamps and coupons for Bigmac’s at Mcdonald’s was hard enough for Wilbert he had 110 brothers and sisters,but when he was 18 he was given a special talent he could grow coat tails out of his suit and he kept showing his newfound talent to his freinds they would clap for him and cheer but there was more he could do he could sing jazz.At age 24 he sung every jazz song ever written.10 years later he got a gig at a popular jazz club he sung his little heart out until the last song and at the end of the last song he dropped his coat tails and everyone clapped and cheered.Now,at age 45 Wilbert hangs out at Starbuck’s and sings poetry while sipping his black coffee.

  • Naschi
    31 May 2009 11:27 am

    Mr.Webber had a very cool life.
    I bet he lost his ability to speak that very day when he grew those coat tails and everyone cheered. After that show, he learned how to make them change color, and even do tricks.

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