Bug-eater, writer of pebble-songs, and all around swell guy, . . . he spends most of the time in the forest protecting woodlands from pollution and corporate land acquisition. When angered he turns his victims into mushrooms.
Stan's sisters love to root through the gardens for annuals, . . .after ingesting enough for the Summer, they both sprouted a single flower from the top of their heads.
During the day, Harry hides himself in flower gardens, . . . usually buried in the ground just enough to expose the top of his head to the sun. When Harry's head is in full bloom he spends Summer evenings wandering under people's windows so he can share the sweet fragrance of his flowers.
Just after the Potato Famine of the 1850's, Eunice pulled herself out fo the field and headed toward America. She was interested in finding a new man.
After much consideration Stan decided to find a wife, . . .her name was Judy. She lived in the places where lint collected and often created static electricity. She made Stan very happy.
He sneaks up on his victims and kisses them full on the lips. The magical kiss promotes an amazing amount of hair growth. Often, the affliction covers the entire body with hair, much like cousin it from the Addams Family.
Mike's rubs his brother's temples to calm him down.
In 1941, Bill discovered Spam, a ham-like product that came in a can. He quickly became addicted to its salty goodness. At first, he was able to get by on a couple of cans a day, . . . but after several months, If he didn't have enough cans of spam he would suffer awful withdrawal symptoms like involuntary levitation, shortness of temper, and squeaky tourette syndrome. He rapidly grew twice his normal size and began to age prematurely. After a particularly hard Spam binge in 1949, he was arrested at a Milwaukee grocery store attempting to hijack a Hormel delivery truck.
"I'm always working, . . .even when my eyes are closed." -Travis Louie
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