The First Thing You Do When You Go to the Moon
Eat, and flail around
Sloth and Manatee are friends. They are currently on the moon. They have also been all around on the Earth and in the Ocean.
Not unlike what the Distant Cow did in the first book
Sand is not all that bad. - Darth Vader’s therapist
The darkest hours come before breakfast. - a Bear
It’s hard to get a sunburn from inside a cave. - Bats
When faced with a choice, do both! - Zebras
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It’s a fine line between nicely crisp and burnt. - Toaster
If your lightsaber is red, you’ve got some self-examination to do. -Darth Vader’s therapist
You’re not afraid of the dark, you’re afraid of what’s lurking in the dark. Which is me. - Freddy Krueger
Would it kill you to leave the drawer open sometimes? You got any idea how boring it is in here? - Socks
Don’t step in that. - a Shoe
If you can’t fight, wear a big hat. - Spanish proverb
The brightest hours come before breakfast. - Dracula
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Outside of a dog, a book is man's best friend. Inside of a dog it's too dark to read. - Groucho Marx
I might be your high school yearbooks, or I might be a monster. It’s up to you. - The area underneath your bed
I like to hoot at night because it’s when all the other birds shut up and I can get a word in edgewise. - an Owl
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Wow, it’s bright out here! - Sprouting plant
Woooooooooooooo. - a Ghost
Whoooooshhhh! - a Comet
Woah! - a Cowboy
What? - somebody who didn’t hear you
Whatever. - the nearest tween
Warble! - a warbler
When will this ridiculous list end? - You, probably
Easy Rider Capybara fellow (available as a print/card/sticker)
That’s in the Print Shop which has stickers now too, pretty cool
The Sloth and The Manatee is supported by sales of books, like Sofa Stories, a picture book for grownups filled with micro stories about animal characters mostly sitting on midcentury furniture - printed as a numbered edition. Contains angst, grief, hilarity, awkwardness, and a few swears.
May you find your way in the dark, may you hear an owl at night, won’t you be my neighbor?