New Adventures of Queen Victoria by Pab Sungenis

New Adventures of Queen Victoria

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  1. leftwingpatriot

    leftwingpatriot said, 9 months ago

    It’s amazing how they managed to reproduce in 19th century.

  2. Sherlock Watson

    Sherlock Watson said, 9 months ago

    Here we see the true origins of the phrase, “Take it off! Take it all off!”

  3. gmartin997

    gmartin997 said, 9 months ago

    I’ve always wondered about that. I figured women wore undergarments with splits in the crotch, or none at all.

  4. Lerf1950

    Lerf1950 said, 9 months ago

    Because panties did not become universal, or mostly so, until the end of the 1800. (And early 19th century—Jane Austen’s period—women’s clothing usually wasn’t four or more layers except in cold weather. Heck very fashionable ladies at that time wore very thin fabric dresses and wetted them so they were transparent. It wasn’t til Vic came to the throne that clothing went all “Victorian.”

  5. MrsSnape

    MrsSnape said, 9 months ago

    Fitzwilliam Darcy to Caroline Bingley in “Pride and Prejudice.” :)

  6. pschearer

    pschearer GoComics PRO Member said, 9 months ago

    Nothing for Bastille Day?! I’m so disappointed!

  7. jadoo823

    jadoo823 said, 9 months ago

    @pschearer

    …why would he do anything for Bastille Day when he didn’t post anything on Victoria Day?

  8. pcolli

    pcolli said, 9 months ago

    @Lerf1950

    The Victorians…… so prudish to listen to but so lecherous in fact.

  9. pcolli

    pcolli said, 9 months ago

    @pschearer

    Bastille Day….. only the French observe that, surely?

  10. danketaz

    danketaz GoComics PRO Member said, 9 months ago

    @pcolli

    don’t be silly. Americans celebrate St Pat’s, Cinco de Maio, and Chinese New Year. So break out the Brie and Baguettes already!

  11. oldwolf1951

    oldwolf1951 said, 9 months ago

    As I understood it, Ireland and Mexico never really did much in the way of celebrating their two holidays. But America as usual decided to go overboard on them.

  12. pschearer

    pschearer GoComics PRO Member said, 9 months ago

    @pcolli

    No, Bastille Day is the International Day for Making Fun of the French, celebrated in all nations.

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