For help on how to follow a comic title,
You have to phrase it correctly – experimental organic derivative (i.e. you are experimenting deriving milk from ants) system engineer
Alternatively jump else where and become an Ant computer expert – https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hex_(Discworld)
In USA probably the The Entertainer, UK Greensleeves – see http://www.bbc.com/autos/story/20160728-the-ice-cream-truck-jingles-summer-spell
Similar description also applies to Alice I think
You may not be able to click tomorrow – but you can find what will be tomorrows cartoon, but I am not going to ruin the surprise of Alice does ;)
Before the books there was (and still is) Jon Snow the news presenter – https://www.channel4.com/news/by/jon-snow
You know I always assumed it was a refillable water bottle – I suspect because no label and they always have labels on at least over here
which made me think how old some of the water bottles in my cupboards are – several are over a decade, but they are more bike type ones and they seem to have lasted (but not used daily)
" “Me doesn’t like spicy food.”"
It may not be correct – but you would understand what they meant
“it’s still illogical.”
I believe that describes English quite well, especially spelling.
I have no idea why it came into my head and if it hadn’t been this cartoon I’d have as quickly forgotten it.
On the over hand, while there may be a millions (I suspect more like billions) in real world, I can only think of one character who carries one in the cartoons I read regularly – so maybe it was just reminded me of Rita’s attachment to the bottle.