Thursday, March 09, 2006

Superlon Mystery 12: He Still Hasn't Found What He's Cooking For...















Pojoing!



There was a red door in front of the two explorers.
Eiseemi Laxi opened it and what they saw, was a desert.


Man: Welcome to the Desert of the Blessed Hatzubih.
Stejar Starhl: Pardon?
Man: I am Mimmo Hekko and this is my lovely companion Tidzi the Tinker.
Stejar Starhl: We came here actually accidentally. Could you tell us where's Superlon?
Mimmo Hekko: Supélon, oh Supélon, the house of Boutelon. My cousin, Hemmo Mikko lives there.
Stejar Strahl: Hemmo Mikko! He moved to Sweden with his ponylove.
Eiseemi Laxi: Forget the tubby tubaplayer, I'm starving!
Mimmo Hekko: Oh, how rude we were. Would you like something to eat?
Tidzi the Tinker:We've got fishballs on fire and Appleknockers quark for dessert .


Stejar Strahl: Well thank you, it was er.. excellent.
Eiseemi Laxi: Burb!
Stejar Strahl: Have you seen any missing turtles or shiny rings here?
Mimmo Hekko: Oh no, but the Rabbitholder of the Boily Hudda said you must find the fish first.
Stejar Strah: What fish?
Mimmo Hekko: The fish first found in fishers hat.
Eiseemi Laxi: It's in me pocket!

Mimmo Hekko: Great. Put the fish in the United Fixing Operator- machine and start the game!

To be continued...

6 comments:

Dave said...

Ah, it all makes sense now.



No, I'm lying.

I like the desert though, me. Have you seen the picture of me on a camel?

occasional poster of comments said...

New Superlon! Excellent!

Some relative of mine was a Playmobil sales rep. I had quite a lot of the stuff, I seem to remember.

taigathefox said...

I'm a bit confused, too,
but that seems to be normal.

I've seen you on camel, Dave :)

taigathefox said...

I've got lots of stuff, too much. *sigh*
That's because I'm addicted to flea markets.

patroclus said...

Another quality Superlon photo and headline!

Still a bit lost with the story, though...

taigathefox said...

Thanks again!

The nonsense is mostly created by the cute cubs under the big hats. I'll just try to hold their horses.