The Compromise of 1850 – HIDDEN PICTURE!
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THE COMPROMISE OF 1850 – HIDDEN PICTURE!
Boy 0′ boy is this month’s issue of Stool Monthly For Kids chocked full o’ fun!
Any of you kids ever read Highlights for Kids?
Ya know, that magazine at the dentist’s office next to the illustrated bible where the only thing worth looking at is the hidden picture?
And then, when you’re bored out of your skull, and you’re wondering why you have to wait for over an hour for some quack to poke at your teeth with an ice pick even though you’re a Dr for god’s sake and could do a better job at home, you pick up the Highlights for Kids sitting next to you to try and take your mind off of the drooling little runt playing with that colored wire contraption that serves no other purpose than to be a litmus test that proves the child has been dropped on his head repeatedly from birth, and you go to the only good part of Highlights for Kids that is worth anything, the hidden picture, and some fucking twerp has circled all the hidden pictures! Gaaaaahhhhhhhhh!
Sorry kids! Dr. Leopold the clown didn’t mean to use adult language back there, it’s just that Dentists are not real Doctors, like Dr. Leopold the Clown is, and every time Dr. Leopold the Clown visits one of those dolled up schmuck’s house-of-lies he gets reeeal grumpy.
Dr. Leopold the Clown and Stool Monthly For Kids wanted to come up with our own hidden picture, one that no one could thoughtlessly destroy by circling the pictures.
But, before we get down to some serious hidden picture fun, lets take a brief moment to learn the storiesbehind the picture, which are:
– The Bristol Stool Chart
-The Compromise of 1850
The Bristol Stool Chart developed by Heaton at the University of Bristol, is a fun chart that you can use to classify your stool into seven different categories.
Your old pal Dr. Leopold the Clown first came across The Bristol Stool Chart in the Scandinavian Journal of Gastroenterology in 1997 when he was going to Community College to earn his medical degree.
College is really hard kids, especially if you want to grow up and be a Doctor. There are so many little fragile who-sists and what-sies in the human body that it’s almost impossible to go poking around in there without critically injuring something.
Dr. Leopold the Clown wasn’t doing well in school, until he picked up a copy of the Scandinavian Journal of Gastroenterology in 1997 after having an adult slumber party with a Scandinavian nurse, who was a rock-solid 10, by the way.
The Bristol Stool Chart made so much sense to Dr. Leopold the Clown that, after being introduced to it, he was inspired to drop out of Community College and open up the Dr. Leopold Center for Celebrity Research And Prescriptions (C.R.A.P.)
The Bristol Stool Chart formed the cornerstone of Dr. Leopold’s CELEBRITY FECAL FANTASY program (tell your parents, kids!).
In this month’s hidden picture, the seven levels of The Bristol Stool Chart are hidden throughout a pivotal scene in American history:
The Compromise of 1850
A COMPROMISE is like a deal made between two or more adults, like a suicide pact or a divorce settlement.
1850 happened a reaaaally reaaaally long time ago.
So, in conclusion, The Compromise of 1850 had something to do with slavery.
Here it is, boys and girls, this month’s hidden picture.
CLICK ON THE PICTURE FOR A LARGER VIEW. GOOD LUCK