Shouldn’t he be called “Bigbutt” then?
the whole time i am reading this comic i keep on thinking about monke swim
i wonder why wallace is obssessed with bigfoot like considering he lives in a harbor he should be looking for the loch ness monster’s cousin he searched for bigfoot a lot of times in the forest: no bigfoot but how many times has he searched the ocean:none
I wish the kids in my class were as interesting as the Wallace kids.
Amelia with the salient point.
They found evidence that the Yeti may be more closely related to bears..! https://www.nationalgeographic.com/animals/article/yeti-abominable-snowman-bear-daniel-taylor
Amelia is just jealous about Wallace’s great question.
The seagull seems to be surprised by Wallace’s suggestion.
I would just like to point out Wallace’s raised eyebrow in panel 2.
Wallace and Caulfield must be friends on the internet.
My father used to say, “There are no stupid questions, just inquisitive idiots”. And he was a teacher. Lol!
and…He’s ranting again
Amelia, you are correct, there really are stupid questions, usually by those who don’t think before they ask their question. However, an inquiring mind is very different and what might pass as a stupid question to some is really an investigative thought. Man flies in outer space because of inquiring minds asking questions that had seemed stupid. As for Wallace, he is a leader and truth be known, also a genius……
Well…wouldn’t he be likely to have some sort of beaver-esque tail then, Wallace? And I’m pretty sure the Bigfoot experts are all quite agreed that Bigfoot doesn’t have any sort of visible tail…
All this time we’ve been looking in the wrong places!! I see SCUBA equipment in Wallace’s future!
A collaboration with Heart and her friends
There may be stupid questions – but that isn’t necessarily one of them. Ridiculous maybe, but not stupid. There is a certain logic that if one posits that Bigfoot exists, and has more aquatic capability than otherwise thought that would help it stay hidden. Although I’ve never seen a Bigfoot photo with a tail …
Teacher replies: That is an interesting question. I want you to write a 500 word essay on it and give it to me tomorrow. Yes. I had instructors who pulled that.
Wallace, that would put Bigfoot into Rodentia, and then you’d have to explain the ever-growing dayglo orange incisors on something Bigfoot-sized, and how the local forest hasn’t been chewed to pieces. a better candidate for “aquatic, but also comfortable on land” would be a proto-sea otter that made it to the shore and decided to stay there. Now, being a mustelid, Bigfoot would also be a bit whiffy, but a dunk in the water would fix that!
April 15, 2016