He puts the poo in pooch.
What are friends for?
Earls still got it!
And you didn’t pick it up
Opal deserves this honor.
With friends like Earl…
I know where you live, Earl.
Poor Clyde just became the fall guy…
Earl has left not holding the bag.
Love Roscoe’s expressions.
Roscoe’s oblivious to what is going on!
Roscoe thinks he just left a present!
A dog’s gottta do what a dog’s gotta do-do.
Sorry but this isn’t even slightly funny to me, I can’t stand the a-hole people who do this! This 1 woman walks her dog down our street (despite not living in this subdivision) who always lets her dog go in everyone’s yard and she never picks it up! I actually saw her walk her dog across the front yard and let him lift his leg and go on the side of our house (it was a real pain trying to wash the stain off the stucco) and then she let him do the same to the neighbor’s inflatable Santa. I just don’t even know what’s wrong with people that they act so terrible anymore plus it’s not Roscoe’s fault, he didn’t “do something bad” it’s Earl who’s being a bad owner!
Right turn, Clyde. Run fast.
Earl just did a bad thing on his friend Clyde.
If big, mean looking guy saw Roscoe doing something on his lawn then he also saw the coward holding Roscoe’s leash and doing nothing about it. OTOH, Earl can run faster without Roscoe holding him back.
Ear’s acting like a “schlub”.
Nice hand-off Earl.
Where’s your plastic pick-up bag, Earl. . .
At least he wasn’t left holding the “bag”!
So, Clyde is more intimidating than Earl?
Wow – what a NICE friend.!!!!
After my morning business, I feel just like Roscoe looks in panel four.
Huckleberry Finn has aged.
What is that big mean-looking guy carrying in his hand?
Earl has sunk to a new low
Roscoe looks like he’s proud of his bad “thing”.
Quick thinking Earl….atta boy!
Greater love hath no man than this that a man lay down his life for his friend…..Personally I would take off running.
No one wants to blame this on Opal somehow? Earl went over the line, in my opinion, today.
Geez Earl, some friend you are … NOT
My daughter had a neighbor would bring her dog onto my daughter’s backyard to do its business. They talked and talked to that neighbor, but the neighbor didn’t want to have to clean up her yard, and my daughter’s backyard was convenient.