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Thursday, December 21, 2006

That damned edible box

What's Mallard raving about today?

Top-of-the-stove "stuffing"

My expectations weren't high, and yet this panel still manages to disappoint.

I have to ask, why did Mallard suddenly decide to make his Holiday Food series poetry? But since he's bothered to do it, let's examine the effort. Does Mallard think it counts to rhyme incredible and edible (you might as well rhyme inedible with edible)? Does he actually believe that incredible rhymes with regrettable? Same question for container and remainder.

1 comment:

Mike P said...

I actually don't think Tinsley has anything against the food itself. I believe he actually has something against the whole of humanity, and he believes attacking things they supposedly enjoy will allow him a small measure of revenge.

In fact, that could pretty much sum up why Tinsley does Mallard Fillmore at all.