That is a bit like the soldier who gets shot while trying to find the “reset” button when the battle starts going bad. “But it always worked on my PS3, and that was advertised as the most realistic battle experience on the market.”
Oh, go learn to keep track of these things.
I vote in favor of the meat cookers doing all the dish washing.
I wonder in the people who made “Titanic” knew what kind of legacy they were creating.
I’ll bet the next slugs he sits behind decide to throw some acid over their shoulders for luck.
Am I the only one who thinks his backpack looks like it has a face on it? The moment the page opened, the face just jumped out at me. Maybe it’s just too-late-at-night syndrome.
I never realized it was important to keep your passport with you when showering. I want to know where they bought the neon green towel so I can be sure never to shop for towels there.
I had to stare at that punchline for three whole seconds before I suddenly caught it. I only got it then when I glanced back at the rest of the strip.
So good! I kept trying to figure out where this was going right up to the last panel. Then I read the punchline. LOL
This explains a lot. I guess that after taking down a tartan mammoth, turning its fur into a skirt seemed perfectly normal by comparison. This still does not explain where the bagpipe idea came from.