Sunday, August 29, 2010

This is Your Brain: on MOD!


As self-appointed Ambassador for all things Rodential, we guinea pigs bring Bright BunDay Greetings of Gratitude from the MOD Rodent Nation (R.I.P) to this weekend's heartfelt, whimsical tribute to each and every one of us who has (or is about to) unknowingly give up precious life so that your fuzzy, pantalooned RaptoSaurlets may thrive-&-jive to "The Bobblehead Song." Dee-dee-dum-dum, dee-dee, OH, right:

Your Avatar tribute has been duly inscribed into the annals of MOD literature on behalf of each unsuspecting creature captured in silent raptor talons, beheaded, torn apart, ripped, shredded, stomped on, hissed for, fought over, HISS-STOMPED and consumed before - before being -

(I need a moment...) Before being HORKED into Gag-Shag! (kleenex please)
Thank you for acknowledging The Circle of Life in which we all play a part:
Raturday Rocked & Fun-BunDay RULES!

On a Brighter Note: Mom's neurological brain-mapping results have stunned the international medical community so we share the above imagery with you  (keeping in mind the Confidentiality Clauze)
for she has ultimately been diagnosed with severe "Mental Owl Disorder"
- also called MOD -
how odd.

Herewith is posted a neurological image of 1Skatr's Brain on MOD.
(They also wrote in her medical records that although a brain is generally regarded as
"a terrible thing to waste" there are exceptions...) 

SO: Be afraid, Newbies: BE VERY AFRAID!
IF you have not yet "Walked Away From the Keyboard" it is already too late.
For lurkers contemplating their own TWITTER account,
you have been duly warned by the Board Of Medical Cavies: MOD can be wonderful for your health but literature is only now being published regarding the contraindications of MollyBrain:
Friendship, Love, and Community: tell NO ONE, tell EVERYONE. VOTE MOLLY!

Who loves ya, baby? YumYum loves ya!
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1 comment:

  1. Very eloquently written Yum-Yum. I know your Mom very well, and indeed, the image shown definitely sums up her MOD brain - in this case it is Mental Owl Disorder. Only a mind as creative as hers would show up like that! What a gift (and a curse some would say). May that creativity shine for eons to come!