Oompa Loompa Tip of the Day

There was some strong reaction to our troll tip of the day, that appeared well over a year ago. We need to follow up on some of the mythological humanoid beings that we left out.

Leprechauns are like elves in many ways yet are a distinct, if not as populous, species. Their wardrobe is very monochromatic, but unlike most celebrities aren't judged harshly by the public on their outfits. And they are celebrities, there is very little that will get children more excited in a grocery store than the sight of Lucky in the cereal aisle. Leprechauns are known for protecting things, and they me be a useful deterrent for Robert Goulet. Mr Goulet, has received significant training from Gnomes. They both like to mess with stuff just for the fun of it. Moving on to Tree Sprites, very little is known about them. The Keebler elves were not able to be reached for this story, it is thought that they have insider information on their fellow tree dwelling beings. When asking Tip O Da Day's Keiser about Tree Sprites, he kept changing the subject. Based on several behavioral qualities, tt is the suspicion of this reporter that Keiser was raised by Tree Sprites, but presently this claim is unsubstantiated. More is known about Oompa Loompa's thanks to their predominate role in the wildly popular Charlie and the Chocolate Factory books and movies. They are extremely moral and musical creatures. They despise the vices of human children and can compose songs on the fly about those vices.


Amanda said…
This was a great post. And I have had the same suspicion about the Keiser and Tree Sprites. Keiser, what do you have to say for yourself?
Pete said…
It might be a couple of days before he gets back to you on that. He's in Vegas at some sort of woodland creatures convention.
JCo said…
Having to do with picking apples or something.
Jay said…
Actually, Matt has functioned as a "Robert Goulet" as well. Back when we shared an office, he'd run around, knocking my computer monitor over and spilling Ale-8 on my keyboard. Dangit! I think he struck againnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn

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