Today's forecast: A cold front—followed by a hot rear.
Story: featuring WB's Wile E. Coyote. It's summer and the desert is even more parched than usual. Coyote appeals to the spirit world to bring needed rain. He dons his rainmaking gear and performs a traditional dance. However, his garb is open in the back, revealing his swaying rear end. His furry buttocks jiggle invitingly and the spirits, ever unpredictable, assume this rump-shaking act is an offering to them. A dark cloud materializes and, before Coyote can claim success, a bolt of lightning rips into his exposed backside. The blast sends his butt-cheeks bouncing, which inspires the spirits to launch another bolt, and then another. Soon Coyote is doing a "paindance," with his gyrating backside provoking repeated strikes of lightning. Under continuous fire, his buttocks ignite! Even worse, his frantic fanny-shaking only helps fan the flames that crackle on his bottom. Poor Coyote! With his fanny on fire he can't hold still. His seething buttocks jiggle helplessly as more thunderbolts streak toward his flaming rump like heat-seeking missiles. He can only pray for the agonizingly elusive rain (which finally begins to appear!).
, looney tunes
, rear view
, wile e coyote
5 years ago
30 Jun 2014 02:30 CEST
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