Saturday, August 18, 2012

The B-Man Cometh

I’m camping this weekend and this is lying in the grass. Who is B-Man?

Banana Man? Probably.

What’s his story? You tell me.

11 comments:

sandra seamans said...

OMG! That's my 3 year old grandson's imaginary friend, Mr. Banana. The pair of them sing and dance their own song - "I'm a Banana". Gotta love a kid's brain.

Anonymous said...

B-man used to be the legendary super hero Batman.
Alfred brought him a smoking green drink the night before, and he woke up in the skin of a banana, with no memory of the last twelve hours. It could be longer. He seems to have lost his watch.
Louise Sorensen
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Rick said...

Once you know, David, there's no going back.

Kieran Shea said...

Jettisoned from the XC-81 reconnaissance ship Wangtango in a freak hatch closure accident, Banana Man lies frustrated in the tall grasses of a New England field while his sub-molecular first aid measures stitch his fibers back together. Damn. And there he was, all ready to peel back and the slip loving to First Mate - Ava Avocado. “Oh, Banana Man, I don’t think you closed that hatch over there properly,” Ava crooned. God, I'm such a dumbass, Banana Man thought. So he got up, crossed the cabin, and checked. The next thing ya’ know….

Oscar said...

Must be something like a B-Girl.

David Cranmer said...

Sandra, "I'm a Banana" sounds like the theme song for B-Man.

Louise, Question is did Alfred do this on purpose and can Bruce Wayne get back to his old alter ego.

Good point, Rick.

Kieran, Honest to God I did a spit take reading about doomed XC-81's flight.

Maybe, Oscar.

cloudia charters said...

LOL - what a man!



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David Cranmer said...

But is he a man, Cloudia? I've been asking him for details about his accident, life, etc and he says nothing. B-Man just keeps turning brown.

Charles Gramlich said...

I remember talking to B-Man one night a number of years ago. I assure you the mushrooms had nothing to do with it.

David Cranmer said...

Ha. I believe you, Charles. Supermarket mushrooms couldn't do that.

Dave King said...

Hope you had a great camp. I agree about a kid's brain! Absolutely!