doggone dawkins

I think it was Chesterton who said that “I like a dog, so long you don’t spell him backwards” (see comments below). Which is just what Roald Dahl’s poor (dyslexic) Vicar of Nibbleswicke did:


Imagine Mister Dawkins suffering from a form of dyslexic nightmare. The London Bus Campaign would no longer look like this …


But this …


(A new take on Dog Almighty. Brilliant! Can’t find the photo credits …)

And to top it, this month’s cartoon in Cape Town’s Big Issue which I saw this morning …

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4 Responses to “doggone dawkins”

  1. Love it!!!

  2. that is like the insomniac agnostic dyslexic who lay awake at night wondering if there really was a dog


  3. I like it!

  4. The quote is from the opening lines of Chesterton’s “The Oracle of the Dog”, a fabulous Father Brown story. It goes like this: “‘Yes,’ said Father Brown, ‘I always like a dog, so long as he isn’t spelt backwards.'”