Monday, April 20, 2009

Rrrring. Rrring.....Press three to speak to ME!

Every evening at about dinnertime, Mr. and Mrs. Slug are interrupted by the ringing of the telephone. They often receive a call from a tape recorded voice that will try to sell them something. Mr. Slug thought to himself, "Self, why can't we use that same technology to find more employment opportunities?" Mr. Slug found an Auto Dialer machine at a garage sale and hooked it up to his phone line. He made a recorded message asking potential employers to consider hiring him, and let 'er rip. That machine was incredible! It made calls to all corners of the country! Mr. Slug got calls back from the Chief Excecutive Officers of many different companies who were impressed with his marketing savvy. It sure helps to know how to speak the language of big business! Mrs. Slug has suggested that Mr. Slug should simply manufacture and sell the machines to job seekers and write his own ticket instead of working for some other slug. Now THAT's using your tail!


Ginger said...

Mrs. Slug-
I have very much enjoyed reading about the adventures of Mr. Slug, your wit and inventiveness are quite refreshing and judging by this post, Mr. Slug is quite clever too! Thank you for taking a voyage on my cardboard sea and please sail with me again sometime soon!
All the best,

Cherrie said...

Great Ideal!

Joan Y said...

Hahahahah! I love your cartoons! I just had to "follow" you cuz I can see your cartoons being just the perfect daily pick-me-up! Thanks!

Anonymous said...

I absolutely love your blog posts!! :) They are wonderful.

Thank you for your sweet comments! I am glad you enjoyed visiting my blog!

Small Town Girl

Lib said...

THanks for visiting me,hope you will come back soon! THanks for your comment!
I'm off to enjoy more of your post!
Happy Earth Day!

Roxana said...

this is so incredibly funny and sweet!!!!!

thank you for visiting me and giving me the opportunity to discover such a wonderful slug world!

is this an ongoing project? do you plan to make a book out of this?

tam said...

Hello Mr. and Mrs. Slug!
Very cool idea you had there-way to go! I miss my sluggy friends and wishin you all sunshine and happy days! ~Tam & Gang! :D

Analuz said...

wow! both of you are brilliant...I definitely love your blog. Keep it up.

Wendy Christensen {Moments Like This} said...

Note to self: READ this 'sluggy' madness more often! It makes you laugh out loud and feel all happy inside ---!

Lib said...

Hi Mrs. Slug,
I added you to my blog list.
Have a great wk.end!

Margaret Pangert said...

Hi, Mrs. Slug / aka Ms. Oregon!
Your blog is just amazing. I can't stop laughing. What a treat to fall upon it. Actually, I ran into you at Gry's: your comment about the two swans (ducks?) was hilarious in light of prior pigeon doings! I'm a follower!
Best, Margaret

Snowbrush said...

Why Mrs, Slug, you are so very, very clever to draw cartoons on your husband's lunch napkins in the morning before he uses them or (if he is a blue collar worker) drops them in the mud. This is assuming, of course, that you draw on THAT DAY's napkins rather than leaving YESTERDAY'S napkins until the following morning when you prepare him another lunch and draw your cartoons on the old napkins. Of course, your loyal viewers faithfully assume that the time you spend cartooning doesn't detract from the time you spend actually preparing his lunch because, on prolific cartooning days, he might not get a lunch at all.