Just a little appreciation for the style and comedy of Paul F. Tompkins: two great tastes that taste great together.

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Submissions of quotes, photos, or photo-quote combinations welcome.

(Obviously not official. Photos linked to source whenever possible. All quotes from PFT's mouth. Trying not to be creepy.)

 

"Crunchy peanut butter—people that like that are demented. If you like crunchy peanut butter, you hate your soft palette and your gums." (x)

"Crunchy peanut butter—people that like that are demented. If you like crunchy peanut butter, you hate your soft palette and your gums." (x)

"How much fun would it be to smash a piano by jumping up and down on it? The answer? It may surprise you. The answer is: 100% fun."

"How much fun would it be to smash a piano by jumping up and down on it? The answer? It may surprise you. The answer is: 100% fun."

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"If God is omniscient, is God aware of my stand-up CDs? Is Jesus the Lord listening to my stand-up? Does he have a sense of humor about it? Does he enjoy it? Is he listening to this right now, or is he going to hear it later? These are the self-involved questions of our time."

"If God is omniscient, is God aware of my stand-up CDs? Is Jesus the Lord listening to my stand-up? Does he have a sense of humor about it? Does he enjoy it? Is he listening to this right now, or is he going to hear it later? These are the self-involved questions of our time."

"I’ve never been approached by a handmodeling superagency. No one’s ever slipped me a business card and said, ‘Kid, we’re gonna go places. With your hands. Using them as little legs, as people do.’ What’s going to become of Paul F. Tompkins and his beautiful, beautiful hands? Will historians unearth my skeleton hands someday and say, ‘What if?’"

"I’ve never been approached by a handmodeling superagency. No one’s ever slipped me a business card and said, ‘Kid, we’re gonna go places. With your hands. Using them as little legs, as people do.’ What’s going to become of Paul F. Tompkins and his beautiful, beautiful hands? Will historians unearth my skeleton hands someday and say, ‘What if?’"