Munch’s original name for the work was intended to be The Scream of Nature.
. . . or living in a small town.
That’s giving Congress too much credit and being disrespectful to Baboons.
Nice to see a “slim” plugger in the strip.
Worse Father’s Day cartoon ever.
I definitely wouldn’t recommend brushing your teeth it! ;-)
I use Dr. Bronner’s Peppermint Castile soap. You can wash your face, body, hands and hair with it. You can also use it for shaving, brushing your teeth, rinsing fruit, aromatherapy, washing dishes by hand, doing laundry, mopping floors, all-purpose cleaning, washing windows, scrubbing toilets, washing dogs, controlling dust mites, ants and aphids. The label makes for good reading too.
Stuffing tissues up the nose won’t really help. Postnasal drip goes down the throat.
The Brooklyn National Anthem.
Mr. Natural is a comic book character created by counterculture and underground comix artist Robert Crumb in the 1960s.