The Flying McCoys by Glenn McCoy and Gary McCoy

The Flying McCoys

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  1. ekke

    ekke said, about 21 hours ago

    Yup. She’s outta her gourd.

  2. Proginoskes

    Proginoskes said, about 19 hours ago

    Gord’s gourds?

  3. Farside99

    Farside99 said, about 18 hours ago

    Underneath that subtle disguise, Gordon’s a marketing genius, with a PhD in “Marketing to Millenials”.

  4. derdave969

    derdave969 said, about 17 hours ago

    Make them organic and you can go from 3x price to 8×.

  5. whiteheron

    whiteheron said, about 14 hours ago

    Yep, you have to buy the “best” when you aren’t using your own money.

  6. Ubintold

    Ubintold said, about 13 hours ago

    A pumpkin picking a pumpkin.

  7. Zin Rosenblum

    Zin Rosenblum said, about 10 hours ago

    Gotta have a patriotic themed pumpkin!

  8. What ? Me  Worried ?

    What ? Me Worried ? said, about 10 hours ago

    Should have labeled them "All natural-gluten free -organic -designer pumpkins " and charged 20 $ !

  9. Jungfrau

    Jungfrau said, about 9 hours ago

    Gotta agree with Farside99 on this one !!!

  10. Nabuquduriuzhur

    Nabuquduriuzhur said, about 8 hours ago

    The ten dollar pumpkins should be bug-eaten or otherwise inferior to the $3 ones to be “designer.”

    I grew up in a town where the girls liked to put on airs in high school, paying a paycheck for designer junk that was inferior in quality to the “cheap knockoffs”. One could tell something was designer because of the shoddiness of it. If it was made with good materials, had straight stitches, wore well, etc. then it was a “cheap knockoff.”

  11. pfei2582

    pfei2582 GoComics PRO Member said, about 8 hours ago

    There’s a church (I won’t reveal the denomination) not far from my house, located on a fairly highly trafficked thoroughfare in an upper middle class neighborhood in Houston. Every Halloween season, they bring in a large shipment of pumpkins and spread them out around the grassy, tree-filled area between the church and the street in late September for all to see as they drive by. It really is quite picturesque, with temporary cedar fence posts, hay bales, and scarecrows and the like scattered about for additional atmosphere. My 20-something niece drove over to visit my wife and me a couple of weeks ago with her 2-yr old daughter, who went gaga over the display, seeing all kind of kids running about and pictures being snapped. So, my niece decided she would stop by there on her way back home and maybe take some pictures of the kiddo, who was thrilled about it. Anyways, when we talked a few days later I asked her about the pumpkin patch pix and she said that she had gotten none at all. However, as soon as she set her daughter next to a pumpkin and pulled our her phone to take a picture, a person – either a church member or hired worker – said that she could only take pictures if she bought a pumpkin. Well, OK, she thought, I haven’t been to the WalMart yet to buy one, how much? Cheapest pumpkin on the place? $60 bucks, for something about 10-12 inches across, with many of the larger ones going for $100 or more. Wow. I suppose I understand that some things are meant to be fundraisers, maybe even for a good cause, such as the new multi-sport events center at the church. But a tithing-level cost for a pumpkin purchase seemed a little absurd.

  12. neverenoughgold

    neverenoughgold GoComics PRO Member said, about 8 hours ago

    I once created a display with gallons of bottled water and a header sign reading:

    Latex Paint Thinner

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