Thursday, 8 May 2014

Stories of the Order - Cavemen

From the very first time they set eyes on those rugged, grunting beasts The Sovereign Order of Monte Cristo felt a deep love and respect for the cavemen. It was something about the way the men used the elements of the world around them as tools and weapons, or how they painstakingly hunted to provide for their loved ones, wasting nothing in the process.

The Order instantly knew deep within that these men and women would indeed be the smartest and most thoughtful people to walk the Earth. And while this fact filled The Order with sadness, it also inspired and moved them to help any and all of these humble and gifted residents of caves.  The Sovereign Order of Monte Cristo watched over the cavemen, alerting them to any danger, whether it be in the form of hungry wild animals or flying "dinosaurs" or cheating lovers.

One man in particular caught The Orders attention, a loud and exuberant devoted family man with a love for music. This man was called Fred W. Flintstone. The Elders of The Sovereign Order were so impressed and endeared that they later invited Fred and his family to join The Order.

11 comments:

  1. hahaha the thought that fred flintstone is real made me smile....
    i can sing the song....and i want ribs as big as in the intro...smiles.

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  2. haha flinstone for real with his feet as the car wheel

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  3. Still my most favorite cartoon of all time. :)

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  4. I just heard they are planning a new Flintstone movie. The Order must be behind that too!

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  5. Are Barney and Wilma part of the Order, too?

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  6. Fred Flintstone was frustrating in all ways. Why Betty didn't dump him long ago, I don't know. Barney was not much better.

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  7. Fred and Barney aren't much different from my neighbors down the street. Only their clothes look different. Ha

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  8. My wife often calls me a caveman. I take it as a complement.....yabadabadoo

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