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Stretching exercises may be a groundbreaking concept for BC, but for me, a couch potato, I am not that cracked up over it.
That’s the deviousness of capitalism! Since glasses only come in sets of six, and the doctor orders you to drink seven, then you are forced to spend more money and buy two sets, so you end up with 12 glasses. Reminds me of in the grocery store when buying hot dog buns. Hot dog buns come in packages of eight, whereas the hotdog wieners themselves come in packages of ten!
Keep in mind that that comic which called Nancy a vampire was dated April 1st. Or 1 April for you Europeans. If you don’t catch my drift, try staring at the date for a few minutes, or Google ‘significance of the April 1 date with practical jokes or tom foolery.’
Well in the art world, the abstract but colorful Impressionism of say Monet always draws more acclaim and money than say the realism black and white art of say an instruction manual
Does the certificate on the wall read Psycu. Mat? Sort of like a laundromat for the mind? Well Ziggy is certainly getting brainwashed.
Or could be something along the line of the ‘Garfield and Friends’ TV cartoon show.
April Fools! I’ve never heard any people think April is all sun shiny.
Thanks that explains a lot. Still that leaves me one question though. Even if Sluggo is a vampire, why does he have Porky Pig’s nose? He can’t be Porky Pig’s son because I think at age 80 Sluggo is actually older than Porky. Thatthatthat’s all folks.
One of the perils of aging. In my prime I used to be a very vociferous HAWOOOGAA! but now I can just manage to get out a BLORT.
Wonderful comic today. Compliments to the ‘chef’. This is a gem of a classic that will go down the annals of time.