Wizard of Id by Parker and Hart for February 18, 2024

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    David Huie Green ForceIsAUsefulFiction  5 months ago

    “Clean up the Huns!!”

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    B UTTONS  5 months ago

    The dishwasher is clogged up because he has been licking the greasy plates clean.

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    DaveG1960  5 months ago

    Boiling oil in the dishwasher, soap in the cauldron…..

    The dishwasher should be fired. With the boiling oil….

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    eced52  5 months ago

    Huns needed a bath anyway.

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    littlejohn Premium Member 5 months ago

    It’s slip & slide time for the Huns.

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    DJohnny  5 months ago

    Heard from the winner in a pole climbing competition:

    - This was easy, because at home we soap the pole!

    I think the same goes for castle walls?

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    preacherman Premium Member 5 months ago

    So, why would they have soapy water by the parapet? Just in case they needed a bath?

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    deojaideep aka Courage  5 months ago

    The Huns were all slipping and sliding around, it was utter chaos!!

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    Count Olaf Premium Member 5 months ago

    If the castle dishwasher is clogged up maybe he should take a laxative.

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    jagedlo  5 months ago

    The new ad: “(brand name of dishwashing soap), good enough to clean your dishes and your enemies from attacking your walls!”

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    rockyridge1977  5 months ago

    Got them mixed up boys……read the label!!!!

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    Goat from PBS  5 months ago

    Yikes, someone had one job.

    At least the Huns can’t climb the wall now, it’s too slippery.

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    geese28  5 months ago

    Gave the huns a clean getaway

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    rshive  5 months ago

    How long did it take Rodney to figure that out?

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    xSigoff Premium Member 5 months ago

    As for me, I prefer the molten lead to defend the Parapets. However, it does take a lot to melt it and keep it molten til you pour it on the hapless attackers. Hmmm…maybe just a few Claymores would do the trick. Only problem with that is they are hard to get in the depicted time frame. Sigh, Oh well…

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    ladykat  5 months ago

    I imagine boiling dish soap could do a fair amount of damage.

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    hooglah  5 months ago

    Too much cheese!!!!!

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    will.pittenger1  5 months ago

    Well, the Huns are clean.

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    PoodleGroomer  5 months ago

    Boiled oil released into a cold drain can cool into a clog so hard you have to take it out with an excavator.

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    Hello Sweetie  5 months ago

    Oddly if you use regular dish soap in a dishwasher the fix is to put a quarter cup of oil in your dishwasher and run it.

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    M.K.Staffeld  5 months ago

    Explains why the dishes are a bit charred around the edges…

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    flagmichael  5 months ago

    It’s the good stuff – good enough for the King’s servants! It will leave the huns’ hands (say five times fast!) soft and baby-like. That’ll teach them to mess with Sir Rodney!

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    EnlilEnkiEa  5 months ago

    Amelia Bedelia was visiting.

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