Escape From Wonderland

Salutations, reader! Sorry, my son has been reading Charlotte’s Web in school and I was just dying to use that word. Anyway. When we last left Sticky, he’d fallen down the rabbit hole to Wonderland; only to be rescued by the dashing Mad Stick Hatter. And thus begins their perilous journey home. Miles and miles and miles….

Stickman is exhausted. Lose two days.
Funny Signs - Watch Out Fer Snakes

Through the dangerous snake filled ice caverns. Day and night. Until finally the Hatter relented and got Sticky a bicycle so he could keep up with the fancy shoed horse.

Stickman is low on bullets.
Funny Signs - Grr. Rawr...
Wild Stickman Catcher: Clint S

That’s unfortunate considering our intrepid adventurers have come across one of many Wonderland monsters. Don’t ditch the bike you fool! Peddle faster!

Stickman has a broken leg.
Funny Photos - Auntie Em

That’s what you get for panicking. Now you’ll never out run that spontaneous tornado. Wait, what’s that Hatter? Wonderland has co-opted Oz’s transportation? Stop running Sticky, that tornado just wants to hug you and take you home.

Stickman has reach Oregon! Congratulations!
Funny Signs - New Skill Acquired
Wild Stickman Catcher: Jess S

Phew. Back in the…relatively…real world. And with a new skill to boot! Shake those hips, Sticky.

Tune in next Friday for the continuing adventures of Stickmen In Peril. And remember readers, if you see a wild Stickman please report him to me at LadyOfOdd@gmail.com

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25 Responses to Escape From Wonderland

  1. MrsRochester says:

    that stickman that is running away from the cookie monster looks fairly butch

  2. Seibee says:

    If he stops where he is, those icicles will miss him. Go Stickman!

  3. LOVE the first 3 signs. If I came upon them I would definitely pay attention. The last one I don’t get…

  4. Mike says:

    @Lindsey Petersen,

    It is probably something useless like “look both ways before crossing the road”, I mean why miss out on a lovely game of Frogger? Don’t let that get in the way of stickman’s love of Hula Hoops though!

  5. DarwinSurvivor says:

    The first one is very common at mountain lodges where icicles are known to suddenly detach from roof overhangs above people.

  6. Stan says:

    Much safer to do Hula Hoop than other physical activities. No walking, running or bicycling.

  7. Music-chan says:

    That second sign doesn’t look regulation at all =p

    I’m pretty sure that for the last sign, someone came along and drew the hula hoop on a “pedestrian crossing” sign. On the second sign, that monster and stick person definitly look like they were added to a ‘no bike’ sign, but kudos to the person who did it. Hilarious!

  8. bc says:

    the hula hoop one, i think, is a reference to string cheese incident fans. if you ever go to one of their concerts, so many people are hula hooping. so they tag the crosswalk signs.

  9. Jess S says:

    The hula hoop guy had a sticker attached. It caused a double take and I happened to have my camera with me. Otherwise I’d think you were supposed to hula hoop across drive-thru lanes at Wendy’s.

  10. Daniel says:

    “Caution! Watch for snow falling from above! The icicles will fall without warning anyway, so just keep walking.”

  11. Sarge says:

    Up here in The Frozen North (or Canada as you warm-landers know it) snow falling off roofs is a real problem. People have been killed from ice and packed snow falling off the roofs of buildings.

    No, really. I’m not kidding.

  12. says:

    Holy crap! There is snow falling! I’d better hide under this overhang. *crack* agh!

    At least the snow isn’t falling from below. Then you’re really screwed.

  13. PNug says:

    “Peddle” faster?

    What’s he trying to sell, and what’s the hurry?

    Oh, you mean “pedal”…

  14. Steven says:

    Is it just me, or is everything oddly spikey?
    Sharp snow, sharp trees and boushes (and monster), sharp wind, razor-like projectiles being flung off a hoola-hoop…

  15. Steven says:

    …boushes…

    I’ll be ok, I promise. (I hate seeing typos AFTER I click send)

  16. IMHO, WTF? says:

    Y’know, if you look at Sticky’s legs as if they are feet, it looks like he’s trying to accept the hug from the tornado.

  17. j says:

    cheese its gouda ya see……………..

  18. Ross says:

    The hula hoop sticker is definitely a String Cheese Incident reference. My brother is one of the band members and i have tagged several street signs with the hula hoop stickers myself.

  19. K P Boelter says:

    The “hula” hoop is all over the place at Yellowstone National Park, at least it was over five years ago.

  20. Grin says:

    What? No Portal references?

  21. Dana says:

    I saw a hula hoop sticker in the town I go to college in, and I thought it was hilarious! I had no idea it had to do with a band.

  22. catattack998 says:

    lol someone did this same thing (see bottom sign) to the sign near my house!

  23. Leon says:

    aah!!!! the hoolahoop man!!!!!! that’s in my city!!!!!

  24. kitty says:

    the “hula hoop” stickers were all over my college too – the sign was actually meant to tell people “carry your skate board here”

  25. CA Larson says:

    YAY, Stickman!! More, more……………

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