“We’re going out to lunch on Tuesday and we’d like you to join us.”
“Oh, what are we celebrating?”
“We’re celebrating Everybody Is On Vacation And We’re Not.”
“I don’t want the mouse in my room when I’m studying!”
“Hey, it could be worse. It could be prowling your room when you’re sleeping.”
“Argh! I don’t want to step out of bed and hear, ‘SPLAT!’”
“Well, at least that would get rid of our mouse problem.”
“You’ll have fun at the cabin. WHERE THE ZOMBIES WILL GET YOU.”
“No, they won’t. Zombies never go near the ocean.”
“Why is that?”
“Salt water. Too corrosive.”
“But their flesh is falling off anyway.”
“Zombies don’t go near the ocean because they get in contact with salt water and just disintegrate.”
“Ohhh, so that’s why they’re always in urban areas!”
“Yeah, you always find them in the middle of the country. . . .”
“Is that why there are never any zombies in Hawaii?”
“Ohmigawd, now I want to make a movie: ‘Zombies in Hawaii’!”
“That would be so awesome!”
“We could launch a series! ‘Zombies on Spring Break’!”
“‘Zombies in Cancun’!”
“‘Zombies Gone Wild’!”
I’m late on the ball with this one — only just found out that there is no more Dr Sketchy’s Madison, at least not from the original founders and organizers. Angela “Olive Talique” Richardson and Glenn P. Watson (with official Sketchy’s photographer wife Kandy) are hilarious, fun, talented individuals, and they created a community that met up monthly for a whole year. That takes a great deal of love and effort. I attended all but the very last Dr Sketchy’s (and that was only because I’d left the country by then), and I can say that it contributed to some of my favourite Madison memories.
Thanks for the great times, guys!
Fancy some tied-up bellydancer? You’re in luck! The April edition of Dr Sketchy’s Madison is this Sunday, 2-5pm, at the High Noon Saloon! Be there for some fun ol’ kink times!
Dr Sketchy’s Madison also will turn one year old then, and my, what a milestone. I’ve been there since the beginning — missing only one session when I was out of the country — and I can’t tell you how much thought organizers Glenn and Olive have put into it to make it such a fun, rousing success. It’s almost like a Sketchy’s family. Way to go, guys!
I feel a bit sad that this will be my last Sketchy’s event here. They know how to rock it with star power, hoots and giggles, and saucy sassyness. I know Vancouver supposedly has its own Sketchy’s chapter too, but from what I can tell, it looks pretty much dead. Certainly not half as fun as this one, I’m sure. If only I can bring Sketchy’s Madison with me. Wah!
Be there this Sunday for some debauching-fun times, people!
Just had to share this: Guess what flavor’s in a Batman ice-cream!
I can’t wait to find out the recipe — not only that, the conversation snippets are hilarious:
“Tasty, tasty Batman.”
“If Batman were to sit down with a pint and a tear-jerker movie (say, one afternoon with nothing better to do—a broken leg maybe?) COULD THIS BE THE ICE CREAM HE PICKS UP?”
“Does it taste like vigilantes?”
“NIGHTWING ice cream! Great thought! It would need to have a hint of ‘chip on shoulder’, I’m guessing? Just how would that taste, I wonder. Could I somehow include sour grapes without being over the top?”