Pococo?Help, please. My wee brain cannot understand.
Umm ... there's a picture of a motorcycle?
Mea culpa.Clearly, I am not as fluent in Baby as I thought. I can speak Retard. (Why?) I can speak Deaf. (Waw-wer!) I dabble in a little English. But this one? This one caught with my dictionary down.Pococo = motorcycle. Okay, I get it.But from where I sit, pal, Pococo actually means "Wacky combination of a Harley and a rocking horse, the name of which is designed to torment Aunt Maggie."Again ... mea culpa. And I swear to God, Rae, I didn't say anything negative about your girl. No matter what Mike might say.
Or, just maybe, she's trying to say; "Papa has a motorcycle" ???
Um, I got it right away and at least it's a Harley pococo. I'm going to start calling all of them pococo's when I see them. And Maggie, Helen Keller will get you!
That's it! That's where the "p" comes in! Papa Allen! NOW it makes sense.And I'm not afraid of Helen Keller. I'm pretty sure I could outrun her.
maybe not out run her, but dodge her easily enough. Hopefully....
She's DEAD, James. I think I can outrun a zombie.
Actually, it depends largely on if we're talking about the classic Romero "lumbering zombie" or the newer "28 Days" dead FloJo-speed zombie.And if it is just the slower model, you still need to worry if Keller brings all of her friends with her as Romero zombies are most dangerous en masse.But either way, there is the wild card of state of decomposition. I mean, fast zombie or no, she's not going anywhere if she doesn't have legs.I wonder if zombie Helen Keller uses American Sign Language to say "braaaaaaaaiiiiiiiiiiins ... " or if she just grunts.
Wow. That's heavy zombie philosophy right there. It makes me so proud!
Maggie, have you not read the zombie survival guide? Prepare your food and weapon stores now!
Crap, I knew I was missing something. Note to self: Pick up copy of the Zombie Survival Guide for Dummies.
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