Ted, I tell you something, you have won an Oscar for the best, humorous script.Ah, and for the best poster :)))))))))))
What luck to find a smelly drain in the desert...I reckon these flies are halucinating! I love the title...and I can see why starting with a blank yellow post it note led you to drawing the desert!
Yes, I have boxes of post-it note drawings, all of the desert.
Hahahaha.. Someone need to give you an office with boxes of post-it notes... I bet we'll have lots of crackin original movie concept from you.
Hey Ted, we have something in common!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Let's drink to that!! (We're not freaks, right?) ;)
I'll drink to that. But unfortunately my left-handedness is the only part of me that's not freaky.
Great movie idea! Imagine the plot twists, full of mirages! LOL
Desert heat...parched flies...how draining. (But a sure-fire hit)
Ha ha. good one.
Daaaaaaaang. I was just hankering to go to the Mohave, too. I had to look up drain flies. I am so knowledgeable now! I must say, they're pretty cute for pests.
Hahaha! Eww! If it's in the vein of Lawrence though, you may need at least a third, disagreeable fly, so the main fly can save him from death and then kill him later out of harsh necessity. :)
Yessss... that's very good. You know your plot twists, Cindy. I need to give this more thought than just a screwy title. ha ha
I suppose sewerage could be refreshing if one were a fly....probably a little more so than dried/dehydrated excrement .... God, Ted, you get my mind to wander down some scary roads! :)
You're telling me. Yikes.
Do you know why manhole covers and drains in the middle of the streets (not the storm drains) are round? Ick. We ghad a flood here the other day and I had to unplug the drain in the yard. Arrrgh!