Wednesday, April 8, 2009

The Gift That Keeps on Giving (really!)

Now, you all know how I feel about him:
And him:

Oh, and him:

But what you may not know is this.

I am so mad for this little imp:

that I discovered, whilst Obsessive-Compulsive, Attention Deficit/High-Distractability Spring Cleaning that I actually have 2 copies of the fine piece of literature devoted to this sexy beast, "Bat Boy Lives".

Hunh. How about that?

Love him!

That much.

An-n-n-n-nd. . . hard as it is for me to share (so intrinsically against my nature), in a gesture of Springtime bonhomie, I am willing to put it up for grabs to whomever is enough of a BB aficionado to tell me what glorious publication brought dude to the limelight in the first place. (No Googling, people!).

This is me, being unselfish. Don't blink.

9 comments:

Mental P Mama said...

I got nuthin. Just visions of Clooney.

Bubs said...

WEEKLY WORLD NEWS!

Bubs said...

Although, I have to tell you that I liked WWN better in its early days...before it got all hokey.

Baronessvonb said...

Countess MPM: And what visions they are.

Count Bubs: The WINNAH!!! If anyone would know about WWN, I should have known it would be you.

And "before it got all hokey"?

Um, like when they were doing their readership a service by providing the "Garth Brooks Diet"?

Because that's not hokey at all...

Bubs said...

YAY!

Yes, I did say "before it got all hokey". WWN in the period around 79-85 was a thing of beauty--it was deadly earnest, and more like the Enquirer was in its earlier years. WWN came out right around the same time the Enquirer went to a partial color format and started carrying more celebrity news--Weekly World News stuck with the goofy alien abduction/Elvis lives type stories that the Enquirer stopped doing when it became "respectable". When WWN was successful, it started to become more of a parody of itself, if such a thing is possible.

I cannot wait to receive this major award!

Cormac Brown said...

What, no tomatoes in this sausage fest?
; )

Baroness von Bloggenschtern said...

Count Cormac: Aye-aye-aye! You are so right! Apologies for the Atkins-esque* post



*(heavy on the protein).

;) back

well read hostess said...

yes
yes
yes
yes


aaaaahahhhhhhhhhhh

baronessvonb said...

Countess WRH: Is this 'aaaahahhhhhhhhh' as in "Hello, Sailor", or 'ahhhhhhhhh' as in "I'm a little freaked out here"?

I'm thinking.....(a)

 
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