Are there any words that rhyme with Wolf? – Flocabulary Science
The most difficult thing about having a child is that there’s always the worry: “How are they going to look?”
When they are little, there is a sort of an instinct to try to be good as possible. But the most difficult thing about having a child is that there’s always the worry: “How are they going to look?” When they are little, there is a sort of an instinct to try to be good as possible. But that instinct can be dangerous. I know people who were really great parents, very conscientious, but their children ended up looking like zombies. It’s so easy to get on the bad side of an eight-year-old.
And are there any words that rhyme with Frankenstein?
It was always so hard to make him up; it was so difficult to get something that was both scary and funny. I remember once going to an art exhibit and there was a book of caricatures of famous children characters that were in that display. I’m trying to find an acceptable likeness to Frankenstein, and I find something. And I say, “You know, it’s too scary. We don’t want this.”
It’s so hard to make a child look frightening.
Yeah. So one day I said, “You know what, this is a fantastic picture; don’t worry, that’s not actually what it is. We don’t want you to know.”
At the beginning of the show you were writing jokes about the show. Did the jokes start with “WWE”?
[Laughs] It’s funny because they always ask them, “Wait a minute. Can you describe the show?” And I’ll go, “They call it a ‘WWE’ show!” And then they’ll say, “Okay, here’s a description: the WWE Universe is a bunch of real-life people who are all going to be going at it all the time with a couple of their favorite wrestlers. That’s basically how it’s portrayed.” And it’s not. I didn’t even get into all the backstage stuff, which is, for all I know, the real thing. You could imagine a lot of what you have in the show, but it’s not.
Do you find it hard to be a part of a show when you are doing it, or is it fun?
It’s fun because you’re writing in the voice of a cartoon character.
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