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  1. maxita commented on Pooch Cafe 6 months ago

    Risqué on multiple levels! Very clever – I wonder whether any newspapers declined to print this one.

  2. maxita commented on Pooch Cafe about 1 year ago

    They do use “onomatpoeia” to describe the words in comics like “pow” and “zap” but it wouldn’t be appropriate to classify a soundless action by that term, would it? I searched further and didn’t find any discussions, but some sources mention “action words” in comics. I think that would work for “bob” here.

  3. maxita commented on Pooch Cafe about 1 year ago

    Other dogs already have the built-in bio-app. Poncho always prefers the hi-tech solution.

  4. maxita commented on Pooch Cafe over 1 year ago

    Humans are supposed to scoop up the $&%# that their dog leaves, so here the dog must scoop up the $%#& that the human leaves behind. Since a M**LM**N is very unclean in Poncho’s worldview, his detritus is untouchable!

  5. maxita commented on Pooch Cafe over 1 year ago

    I thought I had seen that somewhere recently! <http://365ideasdenegocio.blogspot.mx/2012/01/dentaduras-postizas-para-perros.html>

  6. maxita commented on Pooch Cafe over 1 year ago

    “Are you all set for _____?” means “Do you have all the ______ you want/need?”

    So, for example, at a bar, after the customers have been served the waiter, upon returning to the table later, might ask, “Are you all set for drinks?” or “Are you folks all set?”

    Thus, here “How [are] you set for windows” means “Do you have all the windows you need?” (and obviously the answer is ‘no’!)

  7. maxita commented on Pooch Cafe over 1 year ago

    Not so funny? Maybe it’s more cerebral than lol-funny today, but think about the twist given to “A hole you created.” Very clever!

  8. maxita commented on Pooch Cafe almost 3 years ago

    The rabbit: It’s Disapproving Bunny from Cuteoverload— http://cuteoverload.com/2011/02/20/i-disapprove-of-this-message/ — the 3rd & 4th ones especially.

  9. maxita commented on Pooch Cafe about 3 years ago

    A historic moment in the strip: isn’t this the first deviation from the total anonymity of these cats that all look alike? Now we know the names of two of them!

  10. maxita commented on Pooch Cafe over 3 years ago

    @gofinsc you are right on about the missing strip, but there is an undertext, namely that the dogs don’t know what cat hairballs are; they think they are the prime material (kittens) from which cats grow. This was established back before Year 1.