HomeArticlesVictorian Cut-out Theatre: If Wishes Were Horses Victorian Cut-out Theatre: If Wishes Were Horses By Harry Baker October 26, 2019 Articles, Blog 10 Comments Tags:animation, cut-out, genie, granting, ironic, irony, monkey's paw, monty python, steampunk, theater, victorian, Victorian Era (Event), wish Related Posts My North—Episode 43: Dessa Women In Jeopardy at The Public Theatre BELIIN SEPEDA BARU, MAH..HIKS 😭 DRAMA ANAK PENGEN BELI SEPEDA BARU ❤ SHAFEEA HANUM About Author admin 10 Comments oscargordon February 6, 2014 I remember back when, during a State of the Union address, George Bush the younger was going on about outlawing human-animal hybrids, and I'm thinking "When did that become possible?" and my next thought after that was "Wouldn't it be cool to be a centaur". So really, I don't have a problem with this genie. Reply Commodorefan64 February 6, 2014 For some reason the more I watch this series, the more it reminds me of the old tables they use to have at Wendy's restaurants with the old ads from the 1920's and before the turn of the century. lol! Reply HistoryGuru1234 February 6, 2014 These always are awesome! Love them! Reply Heavyboxes DIY Master February 6, 2014 lol…12" piano player!He should have been specific about what part of him was to be 12". Reply Maitland Gill February 6, 2014 When I saw the title "If Wishes Were Horses" and the thumbnail with genie in it, I thought the genie was going to turn him into Centaur. And I was right. Reply selvmordspilot February 6, 2014 he did get the big dick he was about to wish for at first. Reply dhog41 February 8, 2014 You never disappoint. Laugh-Out-Loud brilliance. Centaur shite was a particularly clever, subtle touch. Reply Tony James Gilpin February 9, 2014 I would have wished for a less asshole-ish genie! Reply Apostro Mkay February 10, 2014 Good work Reply marmite400 July 8, 2016 edmund's accent is perfect. Reply Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment:*Name:* Email Address:* Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.