Thursday, February 03, 2005

I have this theory...

...that whoever invented camouflage got the idea by looking at sycamore bark. Still not convinced? Check this out: the middle four letters of "sycamore" are c-a-m-o. Need I say more?

Course to figure this out it takes someone from Arizona, where they have no trees. Actually Arizona has a state tree, but it is a cactus. And their state flower grows on the cactus. And their state bird lives in the cactus. And their governor wears clothing woven out of cactus.


Blogger The Good Reverend said...

Yeah, just wanted to add, if you remove those four middle letters, you're left with "syre," which of course is the Old English spelling of "sire," meaning "father." Clearly, sycamore is the father of camo.

5:56 PM  
Blogger The GraveDigger said...

Herein lies the problem with lower body patriachical clothing:

Has anyone ever seen a pant? Have you ever seen a pant? Of course not, because A pant does not exist. If this is true, than how can a pair of pants exist, as it is composed of two things that do not exist. Therefore, pants do not exist. QED.

I, for one, refuse to be constrained by something that does not exist.

(Gaieties 2003, possibly the best part)

4:33 AM  

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