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Monday, May 31, 2010

WTF Syndrome - It's Getting Hot

As many of you know, I suffer from Word To Form (WTF) syndrome. Just search WTF on this blog for examples and explanations. Anyway, I was over at Rat Trap Press and was struck with a peculiar case of it, a case in which I thought I saw a bicycle seducing two other bicycles.

Perhaps it was the post's title "It's Getting Hot" that made me think such things, I don't know. If I knew, I wouldn't suffer from my special malady or produce things like this:


I would like to apologize to RTP in advance for putting such a sordid spin on an otherwise lovely and normal blog post. Sadly, I can no more deny my WTF than I can control my customizer. Forgive me, him, and all those who are ruled by decidedly unruly impulses, for though we know what we do, we can not seem to stop doing it.


I've got to go give Mrs. Rantwick some goonie eyes of love now. She's more real than steel, man, and that's the truth.

R A N T W I C K

9 comments:

Steve A said...

With THAT, I'm going to bed and to sleep! Only from the mind of Rantwick...

Rantwick said...

Come on, man, can't you see it? The coy tilt of their headsets? Those bike look like they are talking. You see it, you just don't want to admit it.

Kokorozashi said...

LOL, I totally see it. I'm pretty sure that the Raleigh next to the parking guide is whispering to her friend, "Wow, isn't he dreamy?"

Doohickie said...

Funny.... the last blog I read before coming here was RTP, so this was just perfect.


[guromere]

Rollz said...

WTF

Rat Trap Press said...

Ha! Bike love. Feel free to add your spin to any of my posts, past or present.

Rantwick said...

WTF is much less painful when it is recognized and accepted by nice people like RTP. Thanks, man.

Chandra said...

Dang, I thought that brown bike looked familiar (before reading the post) and then I saw the name of the bike and bam, I knew whose it was. Small world, indeed!

Very funny story, Patrick! You put a smile on my face, thanks.

Peace :)

Brrr said...

I never knew my malady had a name! All this time I thought I was just a frustrated cartoonist, who knew I had WTF!

I'm thinking the really great cartoonists were probably all WTFers.

wv: astsmate

Damn, if that isn't a verification word just asking for a picture... perhaps that's a different blog though.

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