Bebby Snooks in the Hay Loft
Little Bebby Snooks disobeys pappy and ends up harvesting all manner of strange growths in the hay loft.
As far as I can tell, "Bebby" Snooks was from a comic strip and radio show called "Baby Snooks and Daddy," possibly also animated by Warner Bros. Fanny Brice originated the character on stage in the late 20's, eventually voicing her on the radio in the 30's.
This is definitely one of my favorite bibles. The drawing is excellent, the content delightfully deviant, and the frames stuffed with twisted touches.
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Dresser contains drawers labeled: vaseline, alum, etc. Daddy is masturbating through a dressmaker's mannequin onto a washing board draining into a tub marked "mayonnaise."
Trees at left are engaging in intercourse. Flowers between Snooks and Curly smooch innocently.
The lower level of the barn is apparently the "Horzizzaz Dept." A horse squeezes out a pile of spherical droppings. An owl comments (illegibly) on the situation. Curly whistles in anticipation.
Curly looks on in disappointment as Dopey attempts to mount Snooks, his manhood woefully unsuited to the task. A mouse leaps from a bale of hay, inexplicably exclaiming, "Here goes nuthin'."
Curly suggests the use of a vegetable prosthetic.
Dopey succeeds in pleasuring(?) Snooks with his nubbed produce, while Curly takes oral advantage of his under-developed friend's boy-schlong.
Snooks returns, dazed and dreaming of smiley-faced hairy man-dong, dripping alive with pleasure. Daddy scolds her as a wonderfully bizarre mammarian creature lactates in the foreground, labeled "Jist fillin space here, folks!" Daddy seems to have left a dump in his pajamas.
Daddy beats the blushing behind of Bebby Snooks as his mannequin implores him to "Hurry Up."
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