Never a boring moment! Life is to be savored on the face of a lunch napkin, drawn daily for years by a loving wife for her husband, Mr. Slug. Please visit and comment, the slugs welcome you to join in the fun!
Friday, February 26, 2010
"Yo." Too cool for school is always the rule. You dig? Peace out.
When Mr. Slug arrived in LA, he realized that his style looked a little too "Oregonian." He promptly went to Venice Beach to improve his wardrobe. He slid in and out of every shop, trying on the newest flat brimmed baseball caps and modeling sunglasses for his lovely wife until she exclaimed, "Yep, those are the fly sunglasses for you, my dear homey-love." Mr. Slug caught a glimpse of his new look in the reflection of the shop windows. Mr. Slug was impressed with how much a simple pair of sunglasses and a hat can change how other slugs see you. "This could be a good look for my entire sales team," thought he, so he raced back to Venice Beach and bought a case of sunglasses and hats to send back to Oregon in the US mail. I wonder how Mr. Lunchbox and Mr. Canopener will react to this new and fashionable turn of events? Stay tuned and find out!
Hello gentle readers! I am Mrs. Slug the wife of Mr. Slug, every morning I draw the cartoons on my husband's lunch napkin.
At 6:30am, I make a P B & J, a bag of chips, a can of mandarin oranges, Mr. Can Opener, who you shall meet if you follow this blog long enough... spoon, bag of peanuts, a bag of cut vegetables likely to return uneaten, and a Little Debbie Snack Cake, usually a Zebra Cake, plus a thermos of hot coffee. Before Mr. Lunchbox, I employed Mr. Lunchbag, who has been needed a few times when the lunchbox disappeared.
Mrs. Slug enjoys playing Big Band music on drums and vibraphone, she sings on demand, and sells real estate. Both Mr. and Mrs. Slug enjoy the literary works of Author Horatio Alger Jr. Mrs. Slug enjoys nights at home in front of the hearth with her sweetheart, reading aloud or solving a crossword.
Mr. and Mrs. Slug have successfully shot a potato from a cannon across the Yaquina River near their home at Slugs Rest in Toledo, Oregon.
The slugs are proud to be members of the Greater Newport Chamber of Commerce.