Australia must be pretty hot for solid chocolate to simply sublimate like that.
They are, after all, the relationship nucleus of the entire family. Or so Elvis would tell you. (Georgia actually mentioned once that her husband, with whom she was friends prior to their becoming a couple, says that her adopting Elvis while she was still single was the start of their family.♥)
I had a friend and colleague who was Ethiopian Orthodox, so their Christmas was always in early January. She liked that she could do her shopping for her family during ‘boxing week’ when everything that was crazy-expensive prior to the 25th is suddenly much more reasonably-priced. (In Canada, we have Boxing Day after Christmas, and the store sales go all week).☺
The Woman really should observe the time properly by wearing her fanciest breakfast duds.♥ (Were I into cosplay, I would totally make this outfit, for it is resplendent.) https://www.gocomics.com/breaking-cat-news/2018/11/11
Thank you for that explanation.☺
Yeah, I’m not seeing a pun, either. ’All’s Well that Ends Well’ is an idiom taken from the title of a play, and the ‘well’ mention in the final panel is an allusion to Lassie, but not a pun.
I suspect both the Boy and Girl play with cars.♥
Now I think more on it, most of Lupin’s car experience probably comes from the matchbox variety likely found in the house, proximate to the children.
Ummmmm…we know that Lupin has been inside a car, so presumably he should know that they’re big enough to fit three cats and two people. ♥ https://www.gocomics.com/breaking-cat-news/2017/05/17
You beat me to the “the leprechaun problem in this house does seem to be seasonal.”♥ http://www.breakingcatnews.com/comic/the-woman-made-corned-beef/