Miss Bliss better give Dill a washcloth… and a soldering mask
Alice: That is brilliant artwork. Face print turkeys work great. You should do that more often.
Live and learn, Dill.
Guess painting a Turkey on Dill’s face didn’t work out so well!
an artist in the making……maybe try butt print turkeys next?
Very funny. I’d be concerned about the social implications of blackface humor even though it’s not what he meant.
Although it’s beyond any doubt that it was indeed the faceprint of a turkey.
Alice is left-handed!!!! I knew she has superpowers.
Looks more like a face- palm turkey.
Richard Thompson shows the first handprint turkey from 12,000 BC at: https://www.gocomics.com/richards-poor-almanac/2019/11/16?ct=v&cti=1011852
love that comic strip hands still make regular handprint turkeys!
Dill may be a bit reckless, but at least he is an adventurer!