“(Mis)Adventures for Pyramid Man and For You, Too, Gentle Reader

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12 Responses

  1. monica says:

    wow – I'm all out of breath, just by reading, can't imagine how you must feel. well, that is, I do actually have an image of you, frantic look, red cheeks,shifty eyes…. you guys cannot ever never ever be bored!! :o))

  2. Jazz says:

    Can I come live at your house?

    Oh, I already asked that once didn't I?

    But you ignored my question. I'm sure that means something.

  3. yinyang says:

    Geometry Man Rox! Maybe someday there could be a spin-off series starring him.

  4. Green Girl in Wisconsin says:

    I knew Pyramid Man had super powers. Totally KNEW it.

  5. Midlife Jobhunter says:

    Whew! Wore me out.

    At least you always know where to find Paco these days. Who would have thought – white board, bathroom? What entertainment.

  6. Jeff says:

    Y'all are too cute.

    I just hope nobody has to get into the bathroom in a hurry!

  7. actonbell says:

    Well! This is great stuff, and I think that The Adventures of Pyramid Man could be made into educational snippets, sort of like those little films we liked so much as kids–conjunction junction, what's your function? But with geometry, instead. I could've used a head start with that stuff.

  8. secret agent woman says:

    I think someone needs to do an intervention with you guys.

  9. WaltzInExile says:

    "Plug Man" wrought havoc with my attempts to read quietly, as I woke up the Incontinent Omnivore with my laughing.
    And all of the "tangents" (I see what you did there [even without a private liberal arts education]) completely heisted my loot (um, how should I cite this? I may be jealous of your wordplay facility but I'm no plagiarist); I've never wished so much that I had authored something myself. Not having the talent to have come within shouting distance of doing so is discouraging, to say the least.

  10. lime says:

    and a havoc wrought time was had by all.

    these new characters and exciting names for them along with your final word on the matter makes me laugh….and remember when the boy in our house was about 5 and used to ask people (friends, family, and strangers alike) if he could see their uvula.

    i'm so glad we understand each other's fostering of complete weirdness in our respective families.

  11. Star says:

    SO much fun. Why, are guys so creative in the bathroom, anyway?

  12. Patois says:

    Pure wrought, that is. Pure wrought!

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