Babies' Butts Art Exhibit Banned at Hog Jaw Contemporary Art Museum

Funny story written by Charpa93

Friday, 20 August 2010

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Bubba Larson, Hog Jaw's only contemporary artist, has had another of his exhibits banned from the Hog Jaw Contemporary Art Museum after Edna Farkle complained that his Babies' Butts Photo Splay was not appropriate for all ages. Edna is especially upset over an old black and white photo of her very own butt that Bubba claims he bought off of Edna's nephew, Frankie Farkle, a few weeks ago. Frankie Farkle is known around town for selling off family heirlooms to feed his growing crank habit.

"For criminy's sake," said Bubba after being told to take his photos down. "What in the dang tarnation is wrong with a bunch of pictures of babies' butts? Why, if anything, they should be illegal because they's so dang cute." Many of the townsfolk are agreeing with Bubba on this one, unlike the battle he had trying to keep his paintings of models wearing Confederate thongs on the museum walls after Sudsy Buffettcorn caused a ruckus saying it bordered on treason. Although, most of the menfolk had to agree that the models, the Buckner triplets, did look mighty tempting in them thongs.

Bubba is not going to take this latest protest lying down. He's asked that his photos be allowed to stay up until a town vote is taken or until he can come up with another idea for some other exhibit since his work is the only thing keeping the museum open. Without an exhibit, Hog Jaw may as well be just like the other little towns in Arkansas, void of any culture whatsoever.

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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