Why's the robot holding a globe in his arms?
I thought it's a knight, not a robot, holding a globe in his arm. Come to think it might be a basket baller.
Octopus heads! I'm not sure who would want to eat more than one! Wonderful haiku as usual!
JimI was hoping no one would ask. The globe was an intrinsic part of hi., his upper body. (Don't ask why!)ElisabethI see why you thought knight. Basket baller? What that?Bagman and ButlerSeems they put away far more than two, given the chance. They are regarded a delicacies in some parts of the world, but are known to contain toxins injurious to kidneys and liver. The Seoul authorities are therefore issuing health warnings.
I just took my Omega 3 horse tablet. I'll stick with my alternative.
Paul CWise man!
A sort of well travelled robot, perhaps? As for the octops, it also reminded me of the Japanese puffer fish or fugu that can kill if not scrupulously prepared!
I couldn't eat one much less two.
I know too much about Octopuses to ever be able to eat one (let alone two) - imagine, you go into the restaurant and the waiter takes out this coin and says "heads or tails" and it doesn't matter what you answer because it's al the same - octopus!wonderful painting.
I read the same article where eating more than one octopus head a day can be deadly because of the toxins. To me the robot looks like an alien from another dimension.
I find that more than two tend to flop outside the confines of the sandwich.
DerrickYeah, actually, I'm as mystified as anyone. It was actually modelled on a toy a boy brought to school once. It intigued me then , and still does to a degree. It's chest was a revolving globe and it did have a sort of visor over its face. This isn't by any means a faithful reconstruction of it, but I did have it in mind.Techno BabeApparently three or four is not unusual!RachelOh, I do love that! You sent me off into a little reverie!WindsmokeThat's it - you've put your finger on it: the rob ot has eaten too many octopus heads!DickWell I always put them in bread rolls - that's even more problematic.
Isn't it wonderful how some of our childhood toys pop up in the most unexpected places... Great painting and brave. I have been shying away from figures forever. Carl
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