Cartoon Der alte Mann und das Meerschweinchen

TRIPKE - Der alte Mann und das Meerschweinchen

Klassiker der Weltliteratur neu interpretiert

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TRIPKE      Professional artist     Approach to criticism   Normal
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TRIPKE - 11.10.15 23:00
Nein, der Phallus an sich ist ein Thermoskannensymbol.
SeplundPetra - 11.10.15 21:02
Ist diese kleine Kaffeekanne ein Phallussymbol?

Das Meerschweinchen ist wirklich niedlich.
fine - 11.10.15 16:18
TRIPKE - 11.10.15 11:38
KritzelJo - 11.10.15 11:03
Vermutlich war das der Urtext von Hemingway. Das putzige Tierchen wurde dann ein Opfer der Lektoren.

Herzlichen Dank für diese literarische Offenbarung.
Bommel (toonsUp team) - 10.10.15 22:30
"Life of Pi" fänd ich auch passend.
Der Blick von dem Vieh ist heeerrlich.
Ottos - 10.10.15 19:58
Ist sehr nett, wie die beiden sich so anschauen!
Miezel - 10.10.15 19:09
Das Meerschweinsieht fast noch älter aus...

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