Thu 4 Jun 2009
Posted by anaglyph under Books, Scary, Signs
Sometimes the gags just get handed to you on a plate. (Original image.)
Next issue: ‘Major John to Ground Control!’
I apologize for being completely clueless and I am sure you will forgive and explain. Who is the um “nice lady” on the cover? Margaret Thatcher?
Yes, that’s Margaret Thatcher – and the Conservative Party in Britain is known as the Tory Party – or the Tories. It was just one of those opportunities that fell in my lap.
She is scarier out of costume
You know, the more I look at the original image, the less it makes me think of the Iron Lady. You have some weird synaptic shit going on, Rev.
Malach: I’m going to pretend that you really have seen Margaret Thatcher naked.
Pil: It’s not so much that the original woman looks like Margaret Thatcher as the convenient eclipsing of the ‘S’. I fear that familiarity ‘blindness’ may have led you to miss the joke…
Oh poor Lancelot Biggs.
Whew, I got it right….I was really not sure there for a spell.
I always felt sorry for poor old Dennis, I mean imagine having to deal with Maggie’s thatch – then again don’t!
Cissy Strutt: Poor Nelson S. Bond and his evil parents.
MI: You’re doing well with your English politics!
King Willy: I think you’re attributing Maggie with the wrong kind of genitalia…
Well she fell into your lap!
Thats a lotta ennrtainment fer only two bits.
Id a-expecktd “Th Ordeal o Lancelittle Smalls” instead.
King Willy: Yeah, but I was only concerned with her head.
Joey: It’s even better value on The Cow, where your entertainment is provided 100% FREE!
Lovely stuff! But how did you find a head shot that makes her almost appear human?
I think the orchid softens the concrete hairdo (and I lifted that out of the original poster image…)
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