Artist: Brevard Davidson “B.D.” Mckay
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First one is really kool , nice humor !!
~ Thanks, Niyaz. I ended up deleting the second picture because it was taking some time to download.
Bachay hamaray ehad kay chalaak hoo gaiey! 😀
~ Boht chalaak, I shall say. Ab bachoun ki pittayi karo tho dhamki detey hain ke police main shikayat kardein ge 😀
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LOL! cool, fantastic, mind blowing 🙂
~ You sound like one of the judges in Saregamapa 😉
Hahaha, oh the times we live in!
~ Bilkul. And you know, this was one of the several nursery rhymes that I really liked, and never knew there was child abuse in it 🙂
Where are these pics from? they are funny.
You know those old jokes – completed proverbs by kids…
People who live in glass houses … should not change clothes without the curtains drawn..
~ I’ve provided the link to the above cartoon in my Chopper Boys’ post. Oh, I totally love the proverbs completed by kids. My favorites are:
1. Love all, trust … me.
2. A penny saved is … not much.
3. Two’s company, three’s … the musketeers.
4. Don’t put off till tomorrow what … you put on to go to bed tonight.
5. If at first you don’t succeed … get new batteries.
I used to remember so many of them, hehe.
Acha hay! Buhut dilchasp!
I like your sense of humour. It adds to the flavours of your blog.
Keep us smiling 🙂
You ARE on my blogroll 🙂
~ Thanks for the sweet compliment, Aadil. If only I could compose decent poetry like yours, I won’t be posting up cartoons 😀 And thanks for adding me to your blogroll!
Proverbs completed by kids are so fresh & cute. Where can i find more of those?
~ Those where the ones I remember, but I googled to find more for you, and found them here. Enjoy!
“never knew there was child abuse in it ”
hehe, examine Mother Goose’s nursery rhymes. They are quite disturbing 😛 Rock-a-bye baby – falls out of a tree, this version of Three Blind Mice and a few others.
Thank you for the link Nadia. You didn’t need to search for it.
~ You’re always welcome 🙂
~ Hehe, yep 🙂
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