Wednesday, April 25, 2007

A Book of Condolence

I’m opening a book of condolence for Larry. If you have any fond memories of him, please leave them here.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

I never knew him but he'll be missed by many. A sad loss.

Chin up Chipster. Chin up...

Tracy said...

Was Larry the pink thong? I remember his smile. The way he bulged slightly when happy. And he seemed so playful when you held him in your teeth and catapulted him across the room. If Larry was you pink thong, then this is a sad day for thongdom.

Chip Dale said...

Thank you Tracy (and anonymous). Yes, Larry was pink. In the pink of health too.

Oh, now I'm getting emotional... I'm going to cry again...

Hooch said...

Long time reader, first time commenter. I'm really sad to hear of your loss. Just think that Larry is in a better place. Well, not as good a place as your pants but I'm sure it's still a good place.

Ms Baroque said...

Poor old Larry. I know how you feel, Chip. There's a story about the Best Bra in the World, which I went to great lengths to save, even performing risky wire transplants - but in the end nothing could save it.

Larry will always be special in your memory. You must get on with your life, and the terrible job of finding something that fits.

Chip Dale said...

Hooch: please comment more. I need to feel that love. If only Larry had known he was so loved.

Ms. Baroque: thank you for your kind words. I just think that Larry and 'The Best Bra in the World' are sharing a tumble in the great washing machine in the sky, laughing over a thimble of fabric softener... Oh, I'm going to cry again. The emotion is just too much. I think I'll have to move on...

rilly super said...

chip, did you not consider what the skills of the modern taxidermist could have done for Larry? he could have been with you always, on your mantelpiece in some suitable naturalistic 'action' pose. It must be worth a quick ring round the Bangor yellow pages thong-stuffing listings, just to get a quote at least..

mutterings and meanderings said...

Thongs for the memories, Larry, sniff, sniff...(that's tears for the more gutter-brained readers ...