#716 – Petite

When I was a kid I would play with two similar things: clay and play-doh. Clay was for making little sculptures of things. Mainly monsters and snakes. Play-doh existed to be extruded into various shapes. Stringy hair, pointy stars or square french fries. It’s probably easy for an adult to do but I remember having to use my entire body weight to push down the plunger and squeeze out the dough. Then I would just ball it back up and squish it through a different shape in a never-ending cycle.


29 thoughts on “#716 – Petite”

  1. Micah says:

    Oh man…it looks like the mailbox is taking a dump.

  2. greenimp says:

    It actually looks like mail order… something else… if you get my meaning…

  3. PsychoDuck says:

    Holy crap, how much meat… Sheet… Did he order? Also, I feel very sorry for the mailman right now.

    The Duck Has Spoken.

  4. MadDavid says:

    It must be childhood toys week. I remember playing with that playdough stuff

  5. speearr says:

    I’ll have to agree with Micah & greenimp. This looks like something else entirely! Lol…

  6. Kurast says:

    We made that green ooze stuff once at school. My little toy Yavin IV Star Wars base had a sudden invasion of green goo space aliens that week.

  7. SharkJumper says:

    Meatloaf would make a poor childhood toy, methinks. Methinks further that this is ‘fitting through/between things’ week.

  8. “Making snakes”. That’s what all the boys (barring myself) would do with clay in art class. You just make a long cylinder and coil it. I used to get so mad that everyone all got the same passing grade for basically just attending, and I actually did well.

    And I hated the commercials where they’d show Play-doh food, but I had to find out for myself that once you mixed colors, they were mixed forever.

  9. Geryon says:


  10. Space Butler says:

    Technically, Biff isn’t alone in his world. So I’m imaging an unhappy mailman cramming a heaping meatloaf through his mail slot.

  11. Linzleh says:

    I’m going to hold onto the Playdoh visual, yack! on the meatloaf image…How about “between the lines” for this week’s theme?

  12. MaskedMan says:

    Oh, I love it… Extruded meatloaf product ‘food.’ Yuck, in a funny way.

    @Space Butler;
    I figure delivering mail to Biff’s house is a punishment detail for the post office.

  13. Batdan says:

    I always thought it was strange that in the instructions they never referred to it as just Playdoh, but “Playdoh Modeling Compound”. Modeling compound just sounds so sterile and unimaginative.

  14. @Micah: I thought the exact same thing when I saw the picture.

  15. Marr965 says:

    I think it’s either “Childhood toys” week, or “Fitting stuff through things too big to take the stuff” week.

  16. The Dustin says:

    @Masked man
    when it comes to delivering mail to Biff, you want to be the fastest to yell “Not IT”

  17. The Dustin says:

    I think it’s “Chris does whatever the heck he wants” week, and at the end someone will find something that links them all together, like “bad idea Biff week”

  18. Paper mixed with something random.

    Paper airplanes and rain.
    Mail and meatloaf.

  19. Kurast says:

    Things that just don’t work.

  20. bobo says:

    Thank the gods that I made meatloaf last night and not tonight. I think it would have been turned into meat balls or burgers!

  21. Ukesagi-tan says:

    That’s… That um… That’s kinda disgusting…

  22. -2! says:

    @ Batdan

    O_o that sounds chemical, like toxic chemical

    Kinda like the coffee my friend used to get back at school in the cafe, I can’t remember its name now though

  23. DTanza says:


  24. no name says:

    Simple Child Pains week! Rain, meatloaf.

  25. Bladeryder13 says:

    lol first comment ever here been waiting for damned good reason to hehe my idea is who says he always has a theme at start of week maybe we give him one o.0

  26. -2! says:

    Actually he says that actually happens! Its a interview somewhere in the archive and I decided to look and find it

  27. Shadowlord9k says:

    I thought it was cake

  28. DaemonThanatos says:

    Ewwww…I HATE meatloaf. Can’t eat it because of my grandma’s “Secret Recipe”. Guess what the recipe is?

    NO MEAT.

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