The Real Reason People Started Asking “Where’s Waldo?”

Apparently Mike Nesmith was the first to ask “Where’s Waldo?”

Mike and Waldo


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16 Responses to The Real Reason People Started Asking “Where’s Waldo?”

  1. Greg Hahn says:

    Well I saw his face. Now I’m a believer.

    • Tim says:

      I know it’s still early, but I think it’s safe to say you just won the internet today, Greg.*

      *Your prize is a ticket on the last train to Clarksville. You can pick it up at the station. Be there by 4:30 ’cause I made your reservation. Don’t be slow.

  2. Dee Parsons says:

    Here I come, walking down the street…

  3. Kathi says:

    I’ve never known who Jean was, but she really needs to cheer up and get better sleep.

  4. Kathi says:

    Every once in a while I’ll pull The Monkees up on Spotify. They bring back some great memories.

  5. Ruth says:

    Oh, such good fun, mum and I used to watch every show, every repeat, listen to them on the radio ( I nearly wrote wireless ) lol, and bought an LP which we played to death. Um, even had a picture of Mike on my wardrobe door. Thanks for the fun…we’re too busy singing….which we did any chance we got!

  6. M. Joy says:

    Ah, the young Mike Nesmith. And for years now he’s been known as the son of the lady who invented WhiteOut. Not a bad inheritance!

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