Random Thoughts From An Avid Author

Dr. Seuss Says The Darn-dest Things!

I LOVE Dr. Seuss. This is how I think different conversations would be handled today between Seuss and the public eye. Two cups of coffee and a chocolate donut produced my imaginative thoughts this morning! Enjoy…oh, and TGIF!

At a restaurant…

Waitress: “Hello Sir, welcome to Nan’s kitchen. Can I start you off with something to drink? Maybe some chips and salsa or lettuce wraps?”

Dr. Seuss: “A welcome is welcome…to this here WHO, perhaps a glass of water and some Weazelsnart stew? Or maybe a bowl of some Snuzzlenart Chew? What do you think? What should I do?”

At the car wash…

Attendant: “What type of wash would you like today, Sir? Basic, premium or our deluxe package?”

Dr. Seuss: “A wash, a wish, a grawler in a dish. A slop of soap bubbles, a mish of wash wuzzles. I’m not sure what to choose, I’m a little bit puzzled.”

At the dentist…

Hygienist: “We are going to take a few xrays today. Have you been using a Sonicare toothbrush? Your teeth are in wonderful shape! I see you’ve been flossing as well.

Dr. Seuss: “A gombled flosser and a jinzled teeth washer leave my teeth pearly white. My pet Laster can clean them up quick, then leaves in a fright. He’s afraid of loud noises, so I can’t brush at night.”

Out on a date…

Beautiful lady: “So…Seuss….can I call you Seuss? What do you do for a living? I’m an attorney here in town. Ever heard of Smith, Reynolds and Nelson?”

Dr. Seuss: “A lawyer…a leaning lomneth…they are one in the same. It is DR. SEUSS, lady in a blue dress, this is my name. The names that I know are Hotten, Hooten and Huuton…they live down the block on Horton Street. The buildings are tall and the trees are bright pink. Have you ever been there? Would you like to go? We could ride to their coffee shop on my Blumeth Van-go.”

Snuzzles and Wooples ~


2 thoughts on “Dr. Seuss Says The Darn-dest Things!”

  1. Very clever indeed I say to Mrs. King, who uses her noggin to rhyme everything. So clever and witty laughing whooty hoot who, and nearly I’m wiping my teary eyes too. I enjoyed you posty with witty and giggles, with laughs and guffaws that makes me all wiggles.


    Tom Blubaugh, Author
    Night of the Cossack

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