Tuesday, April 28, 2009
Tuesday, April 28, 2009
Anyhoo, I promised you lovely twits on Twitter that we would extend the celebration here on Wrecks and have a whole Earth Week. So that's what we're doing. [putting on green & purple party hat & blowing on noise maker] Yay, Earth!
Now, where's the cake?
What? I was supposed to bring it? Oh, I see how it is: I've got to do everything around here, don't I? [rummaging through photos] Fine. I'm sure I can find an Earth cake in here somewhere...
Ah! Here we go:
Umm, no, wait... Sorry, that's apparently an attempt at a Spaceship Earth cake. Or a big fuzzy golf ball. Totally different.
UPDATE: To the scores of you telling me this is supposed to be Disney's Epcot Center: Um, yeah, I know. See, the ball at Epcot is called Spaceship Earth, NOT Epcot. Give a Diz Geek a little credit, eh?
[returns to rummaging] Let's see...Earth cakes...Earth cakes...
Well, that's more of an earthquake. Although it's nice how the Wreckerator added that bridge in to span the gap. In fact, I think it fits right in with the triple-cloned Mickey, Pocahontas, matchbox cars, roses and palm trees, don't you?
Moving on...How about some earth movers?
See, since "earth" is also another word for "dirt", this actually makes perfect sense.
Although I must say, they're getting quite generous with the cake toys these days, aren't they? Just look at the size of those things! Pretty soon they're going to start slapping Big Wheels on cakes and calling it a day. (No, I don't know why they'll call Big Wheels on cakes "a day", but trust me, they will.)
Here's my favorite - and probably the most appropriate - Earth Day confection, though:
The message couldn't be more clear: Recycle, or die in a fiery mushroom cloud. Now that's how you teach the younger generations, my friends.
Glitter, Katie T., & Quenby S., have you hugged a tree yet today? And if not, may I recommend this one?
*This joke (and yes, it is a joke) was shamelessly ripped off of Matt Barnette. Thanks, Matt!)
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