It looks as if the string for the string telephone is not going under the door, but breaking the third wall to pass through our world and go between rooms in their’s.
Although it’s not going to work with the string slack like that.
Not sure what you were thinking of, but “nobody ever went broke underestimating the taste of the American public” comes to mind. The source of that seems to be in dispute.
And I see that, despite my correction, the original title of the strip really was Family Circle. But it was changed to “Circus” after the magazine Family Circle objected. Source, Wikipedia. Before my time, and I’ve been reading it since the 1960s. Family Circus, not Wikipedia.
Thanks for that. “Flogger’s” coffee rang a faint bell, but I couldn’t quite place what actual brand it was based on. Yes, Folgers, of course. A very familiar brand even if you don’t buy it. Which I don’t.
Maybe he’s asking if it’s been done by Dr. Who.
Don’t you just hate sarcastic computers?
The name sounds vaguely familiar, but I never would have guessed, thanks.
Oh come now. Next he’ll be claiming that the Bible says nothing about Black Friday sales.
We would never guy the performers. Nor would we josh, rib, or razz them. We’re a class act here.
I’ve only seen one comic (a Far Side) that acknowledged the tide problem on these tiny cartoon islands. There are also the food and drinking water problems; those coconuts won’t last that long the waters around here don’t look like the safest place to fish, and she’ll need something to catch rain water.
But if you don’t draw the islands small enough to fit inside the frame, then it won’t be clear that they’re islands at all.
That’s enough over-analysis for one day.