Three times is a pattern

You might recall my post “In which my wife destroyed my childhood– and you can too!,” wherein I discovered that the Sesame Street characters on a blanket that my grandmother had made for me and which I had owned since I was a toddler were all reading books that referenced sex or erotica.  Yes, that happened.  Go ahead, click the link.

I would just like to point out that my son and I were watching a newish Sesame Street episode this morning, and I damn near did a spit-take of my coffee during the opening bit, which featured Bert reading a book called… Fifty Shades of Oatmeal.

This shit is not an accident.  🙂

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Luther M. Siler

The author of SKYLIGHTS, THE BENEVOLENCE ARCHIVES and several other books.

10 thoughts on “Three times is a pattern

  1. You cracked me up. As to the world and children’s programming, I can’t explain it. Reality isn’t half as weird as what we subject our children to. Raised on a diet of fifty shades of oatmeal, no wonder adulthood seems so boring.

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  2. Fifty! Fifty shades of oatmeal! Ah AH ah AH!

    Sorry. Just pretend The Count was here and not me.

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