If you’re a new visitor to The Adventures of Little People, you might not be familiar with the links on the right-hand column. They just might enhance your Adventure experience! Here’s a quick description for each.

  • Little People Planner – Hover over the day to see a quick summary of Adventures on that date.
  • Past Adventures! – Pulls up search results for all postings in a particular month.
  • Click For More Adventures! – The most popular categories of posts arranged in cloud form. Each is a clickable link that searches for all posts containing that topic. If you want to see how many different movie-inspired ideas there are or how many times the untrustworthy sheep have appeared, click the words!
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  • Mike’s Blogs – I have more to talk about than just Little People, though I’m spending most of my time here.
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–Mike and Ben

PS: If you look below each photo in the “Posted” and “Tagged” section, there might be a clue about the joke or additional gags.




Santa learns that some homes don’t like a person sliding down their chimneys into their innermost private places.

Some Tsum Tsum float. Some Tsum Tsum don’t.

Little People road trips

I’m not sure where these two are headed, but count me in.

Little People celebrities

Cookie Monster tries to blend in, but it’s only a matter of time before she asks if “C is for Cookie”.

“Are we there yet?”


“Son, everything the light touches is our kingdom. One day, the sun will set on my time here, and will rise with you as the new king.”

“I dunno, there’s an awful lot of shadowy places.”

“Maybe you should shut your ungrateful mouth.”


“Cobra Commander, I have heard that knowing is half the battle.”

“Goooo, Joe! Uh, sorry, Vader. Those G.I. Joes just have such catchy marketing phrases.”

“That’s because their television program is basically one long toy commercial.”

“Says the guys who’s had 327 different action figures.”

“Don’t make me force choke you.”


“Whoo hoo, McBurger Boy! It’ll take you a year to run me down in that thing.”

And Ronald thought, “It’ll take me that long to come up with the punchline. Totally worth it.”

Click for Round 1!


Batman always felt that old gothic structures best suited the mythos of his character. A two-story parking garage was not one of them.

Click for similar Batman posts!


In the seventeenth century, marshmallows were worth their weight in gold. “Pirate megaphone duels”, as scholars have dubbed them, involved shouting at each other through conical tubes until one man surrendered his claim. European gentlemen considered this feat of strength the noblest of the manly arts.

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