Thursday, November 24, 2011

Thanksgiving Day Parade



This is what it would look like if Super Ha Ha was in the Thanksgiving Day Parade.

Super Ha Ha says:  "Put me in Coach".


Have a Happy Thanksgiving!

6 comments:

Ken said...

I'm confused. Why would a balloon say, "Put me in Coach"? Unless that's actually Super Ha Ha that's tied down and being paraded in front of Macy's. Then that would just be wrong. Also I don't think the parade has a Coach. I think it would probably be something like a Parade Director or something. Not sure since I've never worked in a parade. I wonder what they do when they're not directing parades. That can't possibly be a year round job. Maybe they coach. So much to think about with this picture. So much.

david_4325@msn.com said...

Good points. Lot's to think about. It could be Super Ha Ha that's not in the picture that is saying it. Cartoon characters have goals. Put me in Parade Director or put me in Coach? The Parade Director's nickname could be Coach because he coaches teams when he's not directing the parade. Super Ha Ha might not have known the Parade Director's title, so he used put me in Coach. Or it just sounds best.

Ken said...

Also, and again, I've never run a parade so I can't be 100% sure, but I think there are no benches in parades. Thus, there would be no need for Super Ha Ha to be asking to be put in. Pretty much, if you're in the parade, you're in the parade. Excellent point though on Super Ha Ha not being in the picture but talking. It puts the picture into a brand new perspective where you're questioning what is real and what is the illusion.

david_4325@msn.com said...

I think you're right about the no benches, but I'm not 100% sure. But if there isn't any benches, Super Ha Ha has to do a lot to make the picture real. He has to bring a bench to the parade. If Super Ha Ha ever gets in the parade, I'll let you know how it works and who the person is in charge.

Ken said...

Thank you Dave. With great blogs come great responsibilities.

david_4325@msn.com said...

Very true. Here's a great responsibility quote by Winston Churchill "The price of greatness is responsibility."

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