Dr. Seuss’s Trash Can, Part 2: Birthday Pickles

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Monkey Pickles 6

Skegness

We found this ancient possibly Seussian scroll wrapped around a portion of fish and chips in Britain’s top holiday destination.

Beautiful Skegness, possibly where Dr. Seuss may have spent 2 weeks swapping the Arctic heights of the Narnian Winter for the Arctic heights of the British Summer.

Propped against a redundant concrete and kicking back on a mustard yellow beach while obsessing about birthdays, fish ‘n’ chips and Monkey Pickles. A perfect vacation.

Birthday Pickles

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I love that monkey
I love his pickles
I love how that funky humor tickles

I love to visit every day
To hide a while from the grey

I love to find out what’s in my pocket
I love the ham sammich in my locket

I love whipped cream pies in the face
I love how they run as I chase

I love to hate nothing at all
Hate’s no place for a goofball

Monkey Pickles, your humor’s cute
You’re still too young to prosecute

Keep up the good natured tricks
As this March you’ll be six

So, as Seuss might say
Have a Happy Mirthday

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Nick Jackson was born in the UK, the land of gunpowder tea, but moved to America to escape exploding cups of tea. He now lives in Florida where he attempts come to terms with concepts such as how flat everything is and whether the alligator is a golfer's natural predator. Nick has written for Monkey Pickles from the beginning, as established in Cern, Switzerland, with the discovery of the long-sought Monkey Pickle Particle. He is somewhat "freaked out" by writing in the third person. Nick is motivated to write for the pleasure of the experience rather than to pay the bills, but he does recognize that pleasure is still not an acceptable method of payment in most respectable retail outlets. He hopes to raise a smile or two before being ejected from the store.