It's not every day you can put these words (and non-words) together, no? First, I present, Dracanana:
A dangerous, menacing cross between Dracula (brother's Harry Potter cape from last year) and a banana.
Dracanana: Ask me why my teeth are orange?
Me: Why, Dracanana ---
Dracanana: No, Mom, I am just Banana.
Me: But Dracanana is so much fun! Or Banacula!
Dracanana: No. Back to the question.
Me: Why are your teeth orange?
Dracanana: Because I eat carrots and oranges all day! (Proceeds to bite your arm. 'Ask me why I am biting your arm, Mom.')
Me: Why are you biting my arm?
Dracanana: I'm sorry, I thought you were a fruit!
(Menacing laughter .....)
Next, I present Poseidon, the Greek god of the sea:
Wait, no, too happy. Here is the REAL Greek God of the sea:
He even made his own tunic (yes, you never know when Bermuda shorts may be needed. Good planning, I thought, being a mother) and he and his dad made his Trident and sprayed it gold.
For all of the Muppets fans out there (including his parents), I present Animal:
It is hard to see, but strategic cutting of triangles are at the edges of both our shorts and shirts.
Action shot of Dracanana at the playground with olther hooligans:
Dracanana's can fly in the middle of the night, you know, mind you they do it upside down:
And cross the bars to escape from fiery pits: