A lazy Caturday with my girls. #day19 #100happydays
March 31st is a day?
- April: So you know how you love me because you haven’t had a single meeting with anybody since I became your assistant?
- April: That’s because every time someone calls and requests a meeting with you, I schedule it for March 31st.
- Ron: Why?
- April: Because I didn’t think March 31 existed.
- Ron: So then how many meetings do I have today?
- April: 93
- April: Do you want me to postpone the rest or I can set myself on fire and create a diversion?
- April: How about June 50th? Do you think you could come back today at 2:65? He’s available then.
- April: It looks like the only other day he has open is Marchtember oneteenth. Does that work, sir?
We all have fond memories of the books we read as kids. Who doesn’t get a wave of nostalgia thinking about Dr. Seuss’ whimsical rhymes? Or all the colorful food the Very Hungry Caterpillar ate? Those stories evoke innocence and wonder; they capture the essence of childhood.
Naturally, there’s no better way to recall those feelings than by drawing up hilariously lewd and deeply inappropriate versions of our favorite childhood books. Powered by the hashtag #RuinAChildrensBook, hundreds of Twitter users have posted Photoshopped covers of childrens’ books that re-imagine them for a more adult audience.