The third in the series of signs was when the bulldog blow off ambushed me. I felt as though the ‘Little Stinkers’ were out for me and I had to get the book written – or else stinks, pongs and nasty niffs were going to catch me at every opportunity. … More PONGPENDIUM – LETTING IT GO! PONGS AWAY!!!
It had to be the greatest show to accompany the greatest acrid aroma. That was where the Odorous Opera originated, the Raspberry Rhapsody Reared its ridiculous head and the Ponga-long which was a pong sing-along came from. … More A Stinktacular – Yes You Heard it – A STINK-TACULAR!
What makes the Parpsichord player smile is when the first raspberry sounds and the variety of expression that cross the audience’s faces. What an absolute classic! There are usually frowns, looks of disgust and many ‘did I just really hear that?’ expressions. Pongle’s favourite was the ‘that sounded like a fart look – did anyone else notice? … More PONGPENDIUM – What Kind of Little Stinker are You? A Parpsichord Player?
There is a less distinct flavour and it is more challenging to identify the culprit when there are so many parping particpants. It is like the old saying too many cooks spoil the broth. In the case too many stinkers ruin the pong. … More PONGPENDIUM – What Kind of Little Stinker are You? A Gathering Guffer?
What would happen if that whale released a stink? Do whales have funny tummies? That then resulted in shark smells. Did sharks blow off? Did a shark have a bottom? All of that came from one innocent bottom bubble! … More PONGPENDIUM -What Kind of Little Stinker are You? A Duckbilled-splatterpus?
When the Dancey-Doom-Dunkers first began to practice their moves they practiced in cities. They surrounded people who were eating their lunch on benches and staring looking at their phones. It seemed that lunchtime was the optimum time to provide a pasty-flavoured-festering-fragrance. … More PONGPENDIUM – What Kind of Little Stinker are You? A Dancey Doom Dunker?
The stench was intense and while the crowd reacted the warblers flitted away with their beautiful dragonfly wings as if the huge squelch had been a figment of people’s imaginations. … More PONGPENDIUM – What Kind of Little Stinker are you? A Whiff Warbler?
‘Time for the chorus,’ Sebastian waved his hands in the air as if conducting an orchestra. All the Little Stinkers united in song. ‘Ohhh it stinks… it smells so bad… the rancid stench makes us so sad… … More Time for a Ponga-long Sing Song about a Pertinent Pong!
This Little Stinker is quite an innovation. Most stinks, as we know come from bottoms, although there are some rather breathy badduns’ as well. Now, how many drooling creatures do you know that can fly? Precisely – what fun? … More PONGPENDIUM – What Kind of Little Stinker are you? A Dastardly Drooler?
The calm rippling motion when they arrive and their funny beaver faces make you relax and enjoy the spectacle. Yet, that relaxation is destroyed when they become fartistic, create a random image that then evaporates into a terrible stench. … More PONGPENDIUM – What Kind of Little Stinker are You? A Pump-kin?