All the guys know how to handle headwear in harsh and hurried conditions. Bozo tends to two at a time!
That is one angry woman in the first strip. I would not care to cross her.
1. Flying birds can’t beat Bozo too. Bozo, always at service to them classy dames.
2. Bozo is the king of what we call jugaad .
3. Ah, the good old days when they used to paint the floors.
1. The plight of the cucoo.
2. String finale.
3. Painter versus panter.
A bird in a hat is worth one in a cage.
I’m impressed umbrella guy found his way into the third one.
1. Bozo has caged the flyaway hat. Umbrella guy got his umbrella damaged in the wind.
2. Bozo is stringing up the picture. Umbrella guy saw the Red Cross symbol and got first rate care for his umbrella.
3. Bozo is making tracks. Umbrella guy, with his recovered umbrella, is soaring high again.
Today’s comics all seem to revolve around the proclivities and perils of anger:
1. In the first one, a scallywag bird snitches a lady’s hat, but Bozo comes to the rescue…. yet… in the end the lady is still being a damn grump about it to Bozo. Rather unfair if you ask me…. she has IMO unjust anger.
2. In the second one, Bozo is trying to find a solution to his picture hanging needs… but now Bozo is being the scallywag by taking a violin string to hang the photo. In the end, Maestroski is grumpy about it…. rather fairly if you ask me…. he has IMO justified anger.
3. In the third one, the puppy is being the scallywag…. traipsing on the wet floor… but now Bozo is the angry party. In the end, Bozo’s grumpiness about the situation is misplaced…. but understandable if you ask me…. he has IMO misplaced anger because a) soon he will see he caused more problems than he solved, and b) even before the dog, it appears he painted himself into a corner and would have had problems anyway.
1 Even the umbrella guy is having wind problems.
2 Umbrella guy contemplates giving to the Red Cross.
3 Let’s hope pawprints are all that the puppy left.
Even though now we know Umbrella Guy’s name, I’m really torn: “Fuzzy” is awesome (as is his story, thanks Mr Reardon Jr) but U. G. is starting to get accepted. How about I make a proclamation: people can use whatever moniker they like.