Illustration for About Long Island article on teenagers clothes swapping.
Illustration design for a birthday invitation. copyright The C.R. Gibson Co.
Illustration design for thank you note. copyright C.R. GIbson Co.
Illustration published by the Washington Post.
The text for Sniglets is copyright ©1984 by the Not the Network Company, Inc.
Illustrations copyright ©1984 by Arnie Ten
The text for More Sniglets is copyright© 1985 by the Not the Network Company, Inc. Illustrations copyright ©1985 by Arnie Ten
(must' go) n. Any item of food that has been sitting in the refrigerator so long it has become a science project.
(ak wa deks' trus) adj. Possessing the ability to turn the bathtub faucet on and off with your toes.
(bo vil eks' e uh) n. The uncontrollable urge to lean out the car window and yell "Moo!!" every time you pass a cow.
(or oh suk' chew us) adj. Being able to hold a glass to one's face by sheer lung power.
(lub) n. The small deposit of spinach that lodges itself between one's teeth.
(twinch) n. The movement a dog makes with its head when it hears a high-pitched noise.
(slu' paj)n. The tendency of hot dogs, hamburgers, and sandwich contents to slip from between their covers.
(tyl kom' it) n. Any streamer of toilet paper attached to your heel as you emerge from a public restroom.
(ban' dyl) n. The thin red strip one pulls to release a Band-Aid.
(burg' uh side) n. When a hamburger can't take any more torture and hurls itself through the grill into the coals.
n. The removal of bruises on a banana.
(cheer ee oh mag net i zay' shun) n. The tendency of the last four or five Cheerios in the bowl to cling together for survival.
n. A condition that suddenly develops in a father's arm during a vacation trip that allows him to reach out and slap you from incredible distances.
n. State of momentary confusion in a dog whose owner has faked throwing the ball and palmed it behind his back.
n. The sound a yawning dog emits when it opens its mouth too wide.
n. The upward swirl of hair found on certain individuals such as Ronald Reagen and Big Boy.
n. Any empty dish pushed around the kitchen floor by a dog trying to get the last morsel.
n. The one apple, pear, or tomato in the stand that, when removed, causes all the others to tumble forward.
The text for Angry Young Sniglets is copyright© 1987 by the Not the Network Company, Inc. Illustrations copyright ©1987 by Arnie Ten
n. Those giant metal structures in which monsters in science fiction movies get their feet entangled.
n. Air bag created in the front of one's trunks when entering a swimming pool.
n. The knob at the top of the bathroom scale.
(hee' moh plugz) n. Small pieces of toilet paper applied to shaving wounds.
(pie' ruh mon stur) n. That thing with one big eye on the back of a dollar bill.
The text for When Sniglets Ruled The Earth is copyright© 1989 by Not the Network Company, Inc., in association with Moffit-Lee Productions, is produced by John Moffitt and Pat Tourk Lee Illustrations copyright ©1989 by Arnie Ten