Derby #351: Inspired by Children's Books
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Green Eggs And Who

Green Eggs And Who
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fablefire


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"Green Eggs And Who"

Would you eat them
in the box?
Would you eat them
with a fox?

ichabodx


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Aaaaaaand here we go. (You know the drill)

odawolf


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I see what is going on there. xD <3

Enedlhach


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Why does there need to be a fox? Haha

negarrofoxpaw


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Enedlhach wrote:Why does there need to be a fox? Haha


Because foxes make everything better. =D

garystargazer


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Enedlhach wrote:Why does there need to be a fox? Haha


Would you eat them with a fox, would you eat them in a box? >:3

sharonkay


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My kids are grown ... I thought I was out of this era ... But alas no ... I like it!!!

You combined one of my fave stories to read to my kids when they were little with my and their fave story as grownups! Great job!

garystargazer wrote:Would you eat them with a fox, would you eat them in a box? >:3

marceepauff


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Adorable, as usual, but makes absolutely no sense.

Narfcake


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marceepauff wrote:Adorable, as usual, but makes absolutely no sense.

Nah - it's not that nonsensical. OTOH, it may just be a matter of time before "No foxes." becomes a rule, akin how the "No bunnies." was a rule in the past due to one artist overusing them.

TobiasAmaranth


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marceepauff wrote:Adorable, as usual, but makes absolutely no sense.


You mean stuff Seuss drew made sense?

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theco2


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Narfcake wrote:Nah - it's not that nonsensical. OTOH, it may just be a matter of time before "No foxes." becomes a rule, akin how the "No bunnies." was a rule in the past due to one artist overusing them.

Would you over kill with a fox? Would you overkill with a stupid blue box?

cdrewlow


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TobiasAmaranth wrote: made


Your argument might be more valid if one of your sources didn't clearly say "By Simon Greiner." Just a thought...

TobiasAmaranth


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cdrewlow wrote:Your argument might be more valid if one of your sources didn't clearly say "By Simon Greiner." Just a thought...


Ah sorry. A friend linked me that one when I asked for help finding images. I just figured it was one of Seuss's aliases because I remember hearing rumors he'd made a more adult themed book at one point. *shrugs* I didn't bother double checking.

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amanoxford


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I agree the fox is cute, but even more random than Seuss on drugs... however if it had been a cute but 'bad' wolf on the other hand... :D
Still a fun design though

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