Support group? I think he stumbled into the wrong cartoon.
My wife and I each have our own coffee maker, because of our different preferences. Hers is a single serve as depicted here, mine is a full-sized machine. They live together very happily on our kitchen counter.
Snappy answers to stupid questions:
“No, I just like wearing a chicken costume, and this is the only place I can do it without attracting attention.”
“No, I don’t work here. This is The Chicken Palace, so I’m the king.”
“Yeah, but I’m seriously thinking of quitting — I’m dying to get out of this chicken outfit.”
This does not inspire confidence. Bet the patient will be glad he slept through it — if he lives.
Been reading Calvin & Hobbes?
Took me a minute to get it. Meh.
I don’t get it. What’s the joke?
Needy? Not at all. Analytical and logical.
Valid point. But my father had long since passed away when I had this conversation, and I was speaking in the present tense.
Actually, a cartoon is a product of evolution — it evolves in the mind of its creator, who is also a product of evolution.
As for intelligent design, that depends on whether or not it’s a good cartoon.