A colorful jumble. Satirical reflections from children’s stories to the latest findings of media creators, where is the difference? From fantastic, nonsense to tragedy, biting, brutal, frivolous, but peacefully presented, – who believes it!
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I LIKE TO THINK OF THE TIMES WHEN ALL THE LIMBS WERE STILL LIMBER EXCEPT FOR ONE UNFORTUNATELY EVERYTHING HAS PASSED THE LIMBS HAVE BECOME STIFF EXCEPT FOR ONE
(quoted by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe)
THE COUPLE SITS AT BREAKFAST
AH, SIGHS THE WOMAN
I WISH I WERE A NEWSPAPER
YOU WOULD HOLD ME IN YOUR HANDS EVERY DAY
THE MAN GRINS AND SAYS
I WISH YOU WERE A NEWSPAPER TOO
THEN I WOULD HAVE A NEW ONE EVERY DAY
I WONDERED WHY THE BALL WAS GETTING BIGGER AND BIGGER AND THEN IT HIT ME!
ALL MOTHERS HAVE BEAUTIFUL CHILDREN
BUT MINE HAS REALLY EXAGGERATED
MEN ALSO HAVE FEELINGS – FOR EXAMPLE HUNGER AND THIRST
Do you know who Mona Lisa is, the teacher asked a student. She said no, she didn’t know. Then you’d better pay attention in class, she was told. The perky student asked the teacher, do you know who Lisa is. The teacher didn’t know. The student: Then you’d better watch out for your husband.
ALWAYS THESE SMORKERS