PANEL 1 "CHESTNUTS ROASTING ON AN..." "WHA-?" PANEL 2 "OPEN FIRE" "WAIT! NO!" DECEMBER 15TH, 1890 - CAROLERS WERE BANNED FROM EXECUTIONS
Boy those guys in the firing squad sure takes their orders seriously don’t they?
Every mother’s child is a spy? Shoot them too!
@Dogsniff: I think FreeBird would be the more appropriate request….!
Hilburn’s been watching YCDToTV
Hey… I like Achy Breaky Heart!
Interesting, since the song was not written until 1944.
After yesterday, it’s hard to find any gun use funny, but this was drawn weeks (if not months) ago. Yes, it made me laugh.
Change that to My Heart Will Go On and you have a winner…
Too Funny!! Thanks for my first laugh out loud moment today. I read the rest of the comments and I’m still laughing.
The firing squad all missed the prisoner entirely? Hacks.
Looks like the firing squad was as off the mark as the caroler’s were off key.
…in keeping with the christmas theme, it should have been “little drummer boy” – then you could shoot ME first…
I’ve thought of this general (NPI) punchline, but Scott gets credit for publicizing it first.
I’m reminded of the prisoner who asked as his last request to sing his favorite song all the way from start to finish. When the commandant granted the request, the prisoner started singing, “Ninety-nine billion bottles of beer on the wall, ninety-nine billion bottles of beer…”