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Imponderable #62: Zimbabwe Part One Week!

31 Dec

December 31, 2013

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September 21, 2012

To celebrate the return of Mr. Blog’s Tepid Ride, I am doing what is going to be the BEST IMPONDERABLE EVER! And even better- I am doing it in three parts! Today, tomorrow, and Sunday you will follow the saga of the Magical Missing Underwear of Zimbabwe!

You can thank me later.

Yes! A witch hunt! A good old-fashioned witch hunt! So here’s the set up: 26 women went to sleep and woke up pantiless. The underwear was later found in the bush, which is an unfortunate pun. Prophets are being brought in to conduct a witch hunt. I don’t know about you but I am on the edge of my seat, and I’ve already read the next 2 parts!

It only gets better, much much better, from here. All I will tell you is… you cannot guess what happens next.


Imponderable #62: Zimbabwe (Part Three)

23 Sep

September 23, 2012

Sneak Peek of the Week returns next week.


Dear Dad. Things are so much fun here in Zimbabwe. Just last week a convention of prophets was called to hunt down the evil spirit who stole all the panties from the women of the village while they slept. They were eventually all found in a heap down the road. You’ll never believe what happened next! A huge owl swooped out of the sky and flew off with a dog in its talons! Yeah, I know, who’d have thought? Anyway, they had to call off the with hunt for a while. I gotta tell you Dad, the chief really didn’t seem too put out. He had this odd smile when he told us he’d have to keep the remaining pairs of panties himself for, get this- “safe keeping.” But they finally got to the bottom of the case, and would you believe…

D’oh! (slaps head with palm of hand) A goblin! I should have known it was a goblin! It was soooo obvious and all the clues were there. Max Simms in my office just won $50. He had “goblin” in our office pool. I had Chief Njelele pegged as the culprit. Sue in accounting had “drunken monkey” and Bob in payroll had his money on “perverted lion.” But goblin? I should have known!

And not just any goblin, a rogue goblin.

A sexually perverted rogue goblin.

“The goblin did not perform to my expectations.”
“We were no longer on good terms with the goblin.”

If I learned anything from Lord of the Rings, it is to never trust a goblin.

So this long, creepy saga is over. I find it only fair to let Chief Njelele have the final word. “People in my area need to behave and desist from engaging in witchcraft. Because of this strange missing panties saga, my area is now known the world over for the wrong reasons, which is a shame.”


Why did the goblin go rogue?
The question is Imponderable.

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