I just know she’s going to marry Friday…
Photo courtesy of Michele Garramone.
Found in Chengdu, China.
“I’ll marry Friday on Monday”
I always wondered what she was reading.
Jane Austen is the character from the secret Amazonian village on the other side of the island.
Which one of those 2 ladies is Robinson Crusoe? The other would have to be Friday.
Everybody’s man friday
Could be a story about fish
Turns out Friday was a zombie.
Romantic fiction similar to Brokeback Mountain.
*sings* And here’s to you, Mrs. Robinson …
It automatically becomes translated when read
It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in possession of a good island, must be in want of a native named Friday.
I can’t wait for the Charlotte Bronte version of Dracula.
Maybe this is a book about someone reading another book. Bookception!
On top of that . . .
The Chinese title literally reads “PRIDE and PREJUDICE”
But it’s Wednesday!
There is no charm equal to tenderness of heart, except hunting wild goats with a sharpened stick.
Robinson changed his last name to Curseyou after meeting Jane.
Did he get all his ladies done by Friday too?
May contain reubenesque nudes.
@jjhitt. Just as with a good woman, wild goats may also be eaten raw.
Frankly ma dear, I don’t give a damn.
It is neither Robinson Crusoe, nor Pride and Prejudice.
It is that book about the famous football coach – Warren Pearce.
“It happen’d one Day about Noon going towards my Boat, I was exceedingly surpriz’d with the Print of a Woman’s naked Foot on the Shore.”
Maybe the book SHE’S reading is “Robinson Crusoe”?
Joe Friday gets a cameo role.
One lady is Friday. The other is April.
SO! If I did Friday on Tuesday, could I do April in March?
There once was a lady called Crusoe,
Who you could have when she gave you a clue so,
But her invite was handy,
When I was totally randy,
And I gladly would do so do so do so do so do so do so do so do so do so.
I think they meant Gilligan’s Island.
Crossovers aren’t just for comic books anymore.