Pig, you MORON! Coconut is one of the things that makes chocolate worth eating. Anything to take away from chocolate by itself makes it a thousand times better.
I’m suspicious of folks who claim coconut is evil.
No, they make coconut chocolates to give us a reason to bother eating chocolate.
According to my dictionary, the Middle English thoner, or thunder as we know it today, comes from the Old English thunor. Which is akin to the Old High German word for thunder, thonar. No mention of the Norse word for thunder, but it does say that in old Norse Thor was actually Thörr. As for dunderhead, it actually says that it comes from combining the Dutch word donder (thunder) with the English word head, no mention of donderhood.
Surprised the ground isn’t damaged from that belly flop.
I’ve seen some folks claim a bird defecating on you, typically your shoulder, is good luck. The hosts of most of the shows I’ve seen this on typically look more like they feel it’s the exact opposite. Maybe they’ve met this bird.
So he’s going to use it as a work of art then? Kinda like some artists who go to the hardware or plumbing store and buy a toilet then just set it out and claim it’s their latest work. Yet that toilet never gets used for it’s intended purpose.
I understand it’s a part of the god awful pun, Lee Cox. But I keep looking at that panel and more an any other time he uses a C in this particular strip I’m having a hard time telling if that’s a C so it should read Doc or a G and should read Dog. Like I said, reminds me of the way I right my capital Gs at times. I get things so close together at times when I’m printing that the G looks like it oughta be a G. At least cursive my Gs look right.
Is Pig supposed to be saying Doc or Dog in the second to last panel? Cause to me it looks like it could either be a C or one of my own capital Gs.
So farmers can find them in a field when they can’t immediately see them. And maybe to scare of potential predators.