Coach Goatham was standing in the change
Coach Goatham was standing in the change room doorway when he said "Has anyone seen my ball sack?" The teenage boys erupted into fits of laughter. Coach Goatham became upset4
. His ball sack was special, sentimntal even, and it was missing. Coach Goatham was determined to put things right. He needed help and he knew just the man to talk to. His name was4
Dr. Happy . Reggie was understandably shy about his beanball injury, but Dr. Happy wasn't from the Bush league & put him at ease with baseball banter right off the bat.3
Dr Happy said "look son, you've only got one ball now but be patient, more will come". Then Dr Happy got to second base with Reggie's wife in the waiting room & was about to steal2
chocolate chip cookies until officer crumb came on the scene. Mr. Happy became sad and sullen. Officer Crumb took one look at Mr. Happy and knew that3
He wouldn't be helping if he decided to get to work. Officer Crumb sighed and took a long look at Mr. Happy. "Hey, listen- this sullen expression doesn't suit you. Let me offer-"2
Why don't you produce some comics for our newsletter?" Mr. Happy agreed and used his job as the inspiration for it. His characters were fictitious but were based on dead people.0
This proved to be a poor source material, as his target audience was aboriginal Australians. The offended Australians rose up to capture Mr. Happy, but he escaped by3
jumping through the stained glass window behind him. As colored glass3
shards embedded into his skin they twinkled in the light and for the first and last time in his life he felt radiant, beautiful, and as breathtaking as a rainbow.4
- 2013-05-05 13:49:05
- 2016-10-11 15:03:03
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SlimWhitman Oct 11 2016 @ 18:26
Nice ending, Woab.
Gdnknxprmnt Oct 12 2016 @ 08:56
Woab Oct 12 2016 @ 14:03
Gee, thanks, fellow folders!
inatick Oct 13 2016 @ 03:18
I love the cultural reference to the aboriginal Australians. Avoidance in naming the dead as a mark of respect is still practiced in many Australian aboriginal communities.
Gdnknxprmnt Oct 13 2016 @ 07:21
Yeah! Thank you inatick. I'm glad somebody got it.