You freaking make him a voo doo doll!!
Who are we to argue with a fire breather?!
Now, we're not certain if the follow up request came from The Dragon himself, or if the dwarfs hijacked his email, but we here at Charlie's Scribes were a little concerned when a second email arrived requesting the doll be sent with the step-by-step process to create more.
It was scary enough to have two Koopmans in the universe...the thought of hundreds...thousands...I do believe a chill just went down the spine!!
*It should be noted, only for The Dragon, would we morph Dolly into a Koopman Actionless Figure.
Care Instructions: The Koopmans Actionless Figure can only be fed green beer and Lucky Charms. Feeding any other foods could cause it to grow hair and revert back to its female, childlike form.
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Oh dear. Never mind the children I will have nightmares over this one, though hopefully my bed will stay dry. Though naturally what a dragon wants, a dragon gets. Quickly.ReplyDelete
Charlie's Scribes are not responsible for bad dreams or cleaning bed linens...just saying!Delete
The googly eyes just stand to reason.ReplyDelete
The wise among us see...Delete
What happens if you set the doll on fire?ReplyDelete
It becomes a puddle of tears and plastic.Delete
You have to have googley eyes. What's a voo doo doll without googley eyes.ReplyDelete
What better way to see into the nether world, eh?Delete
I would think setting the dog on fire would be a good idea.ReplyDelete
We are a little worried about that comment, Jo. LOLDelete
I meant doll of course.ReplyDelete
Whew! You had us worried...Delete
LOL! She's positively scary all right.ReplyDelete
She is now a he...or so Mark insists.Delete
Green beer and Lucky Charms. Bwahahahahahaha.ReplyDelete
I'm laughing so hard, I can barely type. xD
Perfect for St. Paddy's Day!!Delete
I don't blame the doll for crying during the head shaving. I would cry, too. Poor doll.ReplyDelete
Yes, to be ripped of such lovely locks is a shame. But who dares defy the dragon?!Delete
I have to say (primp, primp, primp) that this beautiful doll is quite a good likeness of me.ReplyDelete
(Have you compared the picture from my blog today, you'll see :)
Well played, Charlie's O'Scribes... well played :)
PS: Dear Father Dragon... don't forget to put on some of that Foine Oirish music and if you need any translations, you know I'm your humble, hula-dancing servant :)
I think it has an uncanny likeness Mr. Koopmans :)Delete
Oh my goodness. This is putting your creative talents to work in the best possible way. Wonderful!ReplyDelete
If you think deranged is our best...so be it! :)Delete
Hi all - love the coconut bra .. works well - pulls them boobies right in .. the doll is amazing and as you say matches you over your place ...ReplyDelete
Charlie's O'Scribes are doing a good job for Father Al .. take care and have a green tinny ... cheers Hilary
Better than underwire Hilary!!Delete
This was a dark and disturbing post. Loved it.ReplyDelete
Finally. Wisdom. This doll is no joke. Go to Mark's blog...see what happens when the voodoo is cast.Delete
Ha!!! That was funny :)Delete
Is all voodoo bad voodoo or is this doll filled with mojo of another kind (like leprechaun, shamrocks)? Considering the doll is for Father Dragon, and it is St. Patrick's Day, would there happen to be any shamrocks under the peanut hulls? LOLReplyDelete
Yes on all counts. Just as in any other power, it's all in how you use it. We just wanted to make Mark dance.Delete
I'm wheezing—with laughter, not allergies—at the whole peanut-bra idea. And I have an uncontrollable urge to make a voodoo doll of my own. Those step-by-step pictures just made my day.ReplyDelete
Hope they hope. Contact Charlie's Scribes on the hot line if you have any peanut bra tragedies and we will be sure to pity you quickly.Delete
Mark is on his way to deliver CPR. Feeling better already, right?Delete
The googly eyes got me! That doll...I mean, voodoo support structure, is hilarious. Bald, she looks just like Mark. I swear. I wouldn't be able to tell them apart. Really.ReplyDelete
She had to have a transgender-ectomy...or whatever you call turning a girl dolly into a grown man.Delete
You'd only end up with a lot of voo doo dolls if the instructions were sent to the Ninja Cloner.ReplyDelete
That is a scary thought!!!Delete
I had no part in this *says while cloning doll* none at all :)ReplyDelete
I do believe the dwarfs wanted a Tammy doll too...Delete
Haha...and who says Dragons aren't creative?ReplyDelete
I never say ANYTHING bad about dragons ;)Delete
I believe I saw all the dolls running down the street this morning. Now I understand the panic behind the stampede!ReplyDelete
Hide the Lucky Charms! They work like bait.Delete
What happens if you feed it after midnight?ReplyDelete
This cracked me up.ReplyDelete
Aren't voo-doo dolls supposed to be a look alike? Y'know, so you know who the target is? Hmm. All I can say is, it's a good thing you have no little girls in your household. Trust me, you would NOT have been able to do this, um, experiment with dolls with them around.
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I am in awe of every aspect of this post. I'm also a bit unnerved, possibly terrified. I must remember to stay on the good side of fire breathing dragons, Charlie's Scribes, bald dolls, Irish Hawaiians and yes, dwarves too.ReplyDelete
Hahaha! This was delightful. I know I'm late to the party...just backtracking to see what all you've been up to.ReplyDelete
I'm playing catch up!ReplyDelete
Oh dear, the eyes are scary... and now I'm definitely going to have nightmares...