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“Hey, I have an idea…”

There might be a number of golf balls in the canal just waiting to be salvaged and resold.


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  1. Emerson Lighthouse Emerson Lighthouse April 18, 2012

    If you play the bounce off Tesla’s new roof just right you can take out a couple of Phaedra’s windows in a par 3.

    • Phaedra Underby Phaedra Underby April 19, 2012

      Don’t think that any broken or cracked windows will escape my notice, Mr. Lighthouse. 

  2. Elleon Bergamasco Elleon Bergamasco April 19, 2012

    Will Mr Spires be held liable for any damages? I’m assuming this is the Golf Course next to the Cocojava gone awry… ?

    • Emerson Lighthouse Emerson Lighthouse April 19, 2012

      Mr. Spires is only liable for the offended ears my cursing may have caused as a result of losing 12 strokes on a 2 foot putt.

      ((The clubs only work in the Academy, however it is fun to drive a few balls from the wall into the Academy sandbox to blow off a bit of steam.))

      • Junie Ginsburg Junie Ginsburg April 19, 2012

        It was a delightfully blue streak, Em.  I was impressed!


        I’m going to have to take Mumsy over there for a round sometime.  She might give you a run for your money.

  3. Bookworm Hienrichs Bookworm Hienrichs April 19, 2012

    “Hey, I have an idea…”

    Five words guaranteed to strike terror into the heart of any New Babbager with common sense.

    Good thing there aren’t too many of those around, right? *grin*

    • Cyan Rayna Cyan Rayna April 19, 2012

      Also, and most importantly, is our unofficial town motto “What could possibly go wrong?”

      • Junie Ginsburg Junie Ginsburg April 19, 2012

        I think the conversation typically goes something like this:

        “Hey, I have an idea…”

        <insert notion here that will inevitably result in broken glass, explosions, accidental poisoning, zombie plague, quantum disturbance, fallout, death, dismemberment, a broken fingernail or other unpleasant result, but which is nonetheless likely to be terrific fun>

        “…what could possibly go wrong?”

        • Glaubrius Valeska Glaubrius Valeska April 20, 2012

          < crowd of terrified  people moving like a flock of birds, running, screaming … >

  4. ElvisOmar Oyen ElvisOmar Oyen May 1, 2012

    I was wondering how a golf ball became lodged up so high on the tower of our laboratory. When my father made report of something akin to rocks being thrown at the side of our home, I had originally attributed it to the irresponsible—but forgivable—wantoness of our street youth. You both should consider yourselves fortunate no windows were broken.  

    • Junie Ginsburg Junie Ginsburg May 2, 2012


      So where do you stand on trebuchets?

      • ElvisOmar Oyen ElvisOmar Oyen May 2, 2012

        Having recent experience with a 10-foot trebuchet in real life, I would suggest one should not stand on trebuchets but rather one should stand off to one side.

  5. Mr. Arnold Mr. Arnold May 1, 2012

    Are you sure you’re not related to Gomez Adams, Emerson?

    • Jedburgh30 Dagger Jedburgh30 Dagger May 1, 2012

      Emerson is not so swayed by French, and I haven’t seen Junie dress in all black, and you’re too short to be Lurch.

      • Emerson Lighthouse Emerson Lighthouse May 1, 2012

        Although, if Arnold let his hair grow out and we dyed it just right, he might be able to pass for Cousin Itt.

        • Cadmus Lupindo Cadmus Lupindo May 2, 2012

          Then is Gadget hmmm Pugsley? 

          I think Arnold would be Kitty Cat.

          • Mr. Arnold Mr. Arnold May 2, 2012

            Well I think it’s safe to say that Petharic’s the neighbo…oh right Book’s already claimed that role earlier today.

            Did you happen to break any of her windows?

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