Just keep Zak away from Mary. He's got a thing for older women.
Beware, Iris. Mary has a small box. Who knows what indigestible horrors it contains? Grainy carob fudge? Kelk'n'date bars? Quinoa-splak rollups? Back away, then run!
Double floating heads! Poor Wilbur, how is he to compete in a side by side comparison? It's like showing up to a knife fight wielding a wet noodle.
Wilbur seems to be costumed for the Base Antarctica Little Theatre's production of (very far) South Pacific. He's just about to sing his big number, 'There is Nothing Like a Dame'. Zak is going to sing 'Some Enchanted Evening'. Iris is thinking, 'Bloody Mary'.
And an opportunity for Wilbur's next dramatic survival story has suddenly presented itself:https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/energy-environment/wp/2017/01/06/the-crack-in-this-antarctic-ice-shelf-just-grew-by-11-miles-a-break-could-be-imminent/?utm_term=.085c6d0e341f"I was adrift on a giant iceberg with no sandwiches! "
@megNow that would make a great story!
@meg at 9:15 AM, Wilbur's big number could be "You Have to be Taught... to Eat As Many Sandwiches As You Can Grab."Iris says three measly words and Mary deduces that she's preoccupied? Of course, Mary is hoping like Hades that everything is not all right with Iris.
Is Iris thinking about sandwiches, too?
The double floating heads will give me double pleasure when Wanders nominates them for a Worthy Award next December.
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