Saturday, April 25, 2009

Weekly What the Heck

Welcome to the twenty-eighth installment of my regular feature here at the Near TPK. With continuing apologies to one of my favorite blogs, the Daily WTF, I present... The Weekly What The Heck.

Each Saturday at 10 AM Central Time I'll post one of Jen's drawings of some kind of whacked-out creature, and ask my readers: "What the heck IS that?"

I hope my readers will approach the challenge in the spirit of "Yes, and ..." - building on previous responses so everyone's ideas can be used in the final writeup. Comments are now closed on last week's entry, and I hope to have the final writeup posted tonight. Comments will be accepted on this week's entry until I post next week's entry.

So... What the heck is that? What should it do? Does that smile make you nervous, too?

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2 comments:

Ripper said...

It’s the Laughing Lambchop Lizard … of Lightning!!!

A relative of both the frill-necked lizard and the shocker lizard, the Laughing Lambchop Lizard … of Lightning has very prominent sideburns. The hairs are usually swept back, plastered to its neck, which helps the LLL... oL sneak around. That is, until it reaches it target, and with a hearty laugh, sends an electrical charge through its hair causing them stand on end, not to mention scaring the shit out of its adversary.

Scott said...

Sounds like a mad wizard's experiment to me! A magical cross between lizard stock and Cheshire cat, the LLLoL possesses the ability to fade away, leaving nothing but a grin.

It also possesses the cat's abnormal talent for finding out who, in a group, will be most annoyed by its presence and targeting that person.