The Downfall of Bonnie and Clyde

How fitting that they’re the first toys to fall prey to the combo team of Maizie and Gatsby.

Get 'em!

After it was all over, I was instantly reminded of The Scarecrow from The Wizard of Oz (one of my favorite movies) after he was torn apart by the Flying Monkeys:                         Scarecrow: “They tore my legs off and they threw them over there. Then they took my chest out and they threw it over there.”                                                                                           Tin Man: “Well, that’s you all over.                                                                                             Lion: “They sure knocked the stuffin’ out of you, didn’t they?”

Bonnie and Clyde all over...

Bonnie and Clyde all over…

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One thought on “The Downfall of Bonnie and Clyde

  1. All the king’s horses and all the king’s men couldn’t put Bonnie and Clyde back together again.
    They had a long and full life of crime.

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