A Phrase I Imagine Wrong

A Phrase I imagine wrong: "he threw up his hands" and then a cartoon of someone vomiting up their hands


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15 responses to “A Phrase I Imagine Wrong”

  1. BRH Avatar

    Ew!!!! I won’t be able to hear that phrase without thinking back to this!!!

    1. Lucy Grove-Jones Avatar

      My work here is done.

  2. Wolf of Words Avatar

    A considerably darker interpretation. English is fun. It reminds me of the Lonely Island song “Go Kindergarten” where the MCs are repeatedly getting people in the club to do strange and absurd things because a song told them to.

  3. D. A. Smith Writes Avatar

    I so look forward to these pics.

    1. Lucy Grove-Jones Avatar


      Thank you! I’m glad.

  4. Art&Roses Avatar

    You should do more of these!

    1. Lucy Grove-Jones Avatar

      Maybe I will! I’d have to find other things I imagine humorously wrong first though.

  5. my30somethingadventures.wordpress.com/ Avatar

    I’ll never be able to NOT picture that when reading or hearing that phrase LOL.

    1. Lucy Grove-Jones Avatar

      Excellent. My evil plan is complete!

  6. I Survived Pret A Manger Avatar

    … in the air, not to the floor!


    1. Lucy Grove-Jones Avatar

      See, that’s not always specified.

  7. Jay Avatar

    What has been seen cannot be unseen. XD

  8. esoterica Avatar

    Hi there, internet friend! I’ve nominated you for the Liebster Award and would love for you to take part, if you’re interested. Either way, thanks for always being an inspiration and a source of snort-laugher and funny stick people and dinos. :)

    1. Lucy Grove-Jones Avatar

      Thank you! I’m so sorry it took me a little while to get to this (it has been a WEEK). I really appreciate being nominated and that you thought of me. However, I don’t do these awards because the posts they generate don’t fit with the format of my blog (comics/stories).

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