A Sweeter Prince

Hu-Dad suggested our Little Curmudgeon could be a sweeter prince. We think Typhoon didn’t quite understand the suggestion.

Typhoon trying to be a sweeter prince.
Typhoon trying to be a sweeter prince.

His Royal Highness Little Prince Typhoon Phooey goes by many nicknames, including the Little Curmudgeon for his grumpy attitude. He complains when things are late, uncomfortable, or not to his liking. He gripes when the humans ask him to move, not to counter surf, or to behave. Just the other day, Hu-Dad suggested he should try to be a little sweeter. Typhoon’s answer was an attempt to drink the nectar from a hummingbird feeder in the backyard, his best attempt at a sweeter prince.


  1. Debbie and Ruby on July 17, 2021 at 12:45 pm

    You look plenty sweet to me Typhoon..

  2. Juno's mom on July 17, 2021 at 10:15 am

    Typhoon must have taken you seriously. A for effort. ;-))

  3. Jean Burkhardt on July 17, 2021 at 7:15 am

    Oh Typhoon-I DON’T think that is what Hu-Dad meant as far as being sweeter! I just hope no bees were around when you tried to drink the nectar!

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