Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Dr. Frankenstein's Easy Reader for Monsters.

Once Dr. Frankenstein created the Monster how did he go about teaching him the essentials? I mean, after eating and potty training and learning to use a napkin, what came next? A little education goes a long way. Frank must have started with basic picture books and easy readers. I imagine any story was geared towards the Monster's perception of his new world. Here is one of the first official easy readers created just for the doctor's two-ton towering toddler. Of course, it could be interpreted a few different ways, depending upon whether you're a mad scientist or a hungry, sex-starved  monster.


Dr. Frankenstein's Easy Reader for Monsters.

Monster hungry,
hunger bad,
food good.

Monster lonely,
lonely bad,
woman good.

Monster tired,
woman bad,
sleep good.

Monster hungry,
hunger bad,
woman good.