OK, but only if you toss in MS-NBC.
Hard Rock Hotel? House Rabbit Handbook? Habitable Rooms per Hectare? Harry, Ron, and Hermione?
Nah, I’m just joshin’ ya (thanks to AcromymFinder.com).
As I understand Brit history, the King always had the authority to tax simply because he was THE KING. But when they lopped the head off one of them, Parliament needed to justify taking over the taxing role, so they came up with the idea that it was okay to tax people as long as they were represented in Parliament. Ironic, no?
From my Boy Scout days: One inch, keep off. / Two inches, one may. / Three inches, small groups. / Four inches, OK. Foreigners will have to convert to metric.
The Prince formerly known as Prince?
See the comments since your question.
Strange. GoComics would not allow me to post the above when I had the word ‘worker’ in it.
I’m disappointed! Nobody translated the Chinese in the first panel. Compact four-word aphorisms are a part of Chinese culture; example, “one picture, thousand words”.
The second character is ‘woman’, the third is ‘mother’, the fourth means something like ‘work’, but I have no idea what the first is or what they all mean together or even what order they are read in. I could try to look the first character up in a Chinese/English dictionary, but they are based on brush-stroke or radical order, and I would spend all night trying to figure either out. (The red writing says, literally, “rat year”, though poorly written.)
No, the purple is his hair seen from (relative to him) behind and above. The green is still visible in his sleeves. If everyone paid for their comics, maybe Will could afford that colorist.