Doodle Week II – Doodle Evil

If you’ve been following this site all week then you’ll know that it’s Doodle Week II. And you’ll know mental anguish.

Today’s theme is Doodle Evil.

Doodle Evil

If you’re a Patriots fan like me then nothing says evil quite like the Multi Pointing Manning Beast!

I’ve been working on a poem.

With a tip of the hat to Lewis Carroll:

‘Twas Gridiron and the spuddy one
Did yell "Omaha" an awful lot.
All trembling was the secondary
Until Peyton got another ad spot.

Beware the Manning Beast my son,
The fingers that point,
The other fingers that also point,
Beware the spuddy one’s sibling too
He’s not quite as annoying but the bugger went and won the Superbowl the git.

Obviously, it’s a work in progress.

Author: Mark

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10 Comments

  1. I have no idea what you’re talking about, but spoofing Jabberwocky is dang funny!

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  2. You almost killed me with your comment on my evil doodle :o)
    Yes, as a Pats fan I understand. And the little Manning upset me at last Superbowl. Big time! have a great weekend!

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  3. Lewis Carroll would be proud.

    Or confused.

    Possibly confused and proud.

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  4. As a Chicago Bears fan, I know what’s it’s like to lose to a Manning as well. Yes. Evil.

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  5. Even though I know nothing about either team (‘though, from the doodle, I’d guess they’re American football teams)… this still cracked me up!
    Awesome doodle, by the way.

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  6. He vanquished da beloved Bear a couple years back in the Super Bowl,so yes there is evil at work there.

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  7. I agree with Kelly. The doodle looks very evil, sort of scissor-hands and -feet!

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  8. well I too love the Pats (or else my hubby would kill me! Actually, they are the ONLY NFL team I will watch.) so I must say, kudos to your pic! And your poem was heavyyyyyy!

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  9. I will have to show this to my cousin to see if he gets it 🙂

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