He’s paying KoolAid off to quench the fire….can’t picture Koolaid on a ladder, however…
Y’know, if I was the wolf, I’d have moved on to easier prey.
Is this that Jim Jones grape Kool Aid thing?
Joe’s got it right! The wolf is outsourcing the brick wall demolition to the Kool-Aid man. If things work out as planned, the wolf will find that Kool-Aid goes great with pork. Oh yeah!
remember Jonestown! don’t drink it piggies…………it ‘s POISON
no matter which way this one’s a stretch
According to my buddy spudart, Kool-Aid man is full of sangria and it looks like the Big Bad Wolf is kind enough to pay for a party for the 3 Little Pigs!
wolfie is gettin old, he cannot create the wind shear he used to
OH, THE HAManity!
No, its from old commercials. Kool Aid crashes through walls.
You comic aficionados are funnier than the cartoon!!!!!
I gotta agree with grapfhics on this one.
but is it the sugar free koolaid?
Wolf IS outsourcing wall demolition. Kool Aid man has been doing that since the 60’s
You need to get some rest margueritem.
Is it possible to add custom text to the mug product of this comic?
My buddy tom saaristo made a HILARIOUS comment on this comic strip on gocomics. I want to add his comment to my mug. Is that possible? I don’t want the logo. I’d rather have the comment in that space.
Beware the Kool Aid. It eats through everything because of the sugar. Imagine what it does to your stomach??!!!
Pacejv, Jim Jones used Flavor-Aid™, not Kool-Aid®.
The pigs have nothing to worry about. Brick wall beats glass pitcher.
The 3 Little Pigs - Part 2
It sure looks like somebody’s medication is wearing off, doesn’t it?
Big Bad couldn’t huff and puff and blow THAT house down, so he’s paying someone else who can make an entrance hole in it for him.
I guess you have to be old enough to remember the commercials, “Oh Yeah!”
@ runar …Thank you. I really didn’t know. Anyone else kind of heard all that rotten news the same way I DID?
This is a rare cartoon with 2 complete solutions. Did the artist mean to make it a double or is it a coincidence? The kool aid man could help the wolf by crashing into the wall or he could quench the fire in the fireplace so that the wolf could go down the chimney safely. In the fable, the wolf tried to blow down the wall and failed and then climbed down the chimney where he was roasted to perfection.