I’ll just stick to the subject of this cartoon: the God of the cartoon universe depicted here apparently needs a systems upgrade.
Tosses out everything I thought I knew about the principle of cause and effect.
Next they’ll be doing The Rock and Roll Waltz. And no, that isn’t a euphemism — get your minds out of the gutter! Google it.
A classic. I remember lines like:
“How can a he-horse be a better mudder than a she-horse?”
“If all the horses have to eat their fodders, there ain’t gonna be any fodders left for Fodders Day!”
Don’t know if we’ll see Pepe make a cameo here, but he’s right about the first part. Of course, he probably read yesterday’s strip.
Old cartoon I recall had the kid telling the teacher, “I don’t want to scare you, but my Pop said that if my grades don’t improve, someone’s gonna get a whippin’.”
In her last few years, anytime we visited, my Mom would have us go through her things, to see what we might want to take home. She would say, “If you don’t take it now, you’re only going to have to deal with it all when I’m gone.” There’s still stuff to deal with, but she was a very efficient and practical-minded person — besides being a great Mom.
I’m glad she figured out what good penmanship is. I never could.
Vertical method. Easier to do.
In his very amusing memoir, A Book, in the one place where he actually put it into print, the editor made it, “Ay! Ay! Ay! Ay! Ay!”