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Saturday, March 08, 2008

Those damned underpants

What's Mallard raving about today?

Change.

We're back to this theme again?

Apparently underpants on the head is supposed to be a metaphor for something. Perhaps Mallard is trying to make some sort of comment on politically correct labeling? Or is he complaining that calls for change represent rhetoric as empty as putting underpants on one's head?

Whatever the case, he is proving that he sucks at coming up with metaphors.

5 comments:

factinista said...

John McCain just won the Republican nomination, and Mallard's just now starting on this campaign thing again. Great timing here.

Kaitlyn said...

Last week, he started a "series" on Saturday.

And didn't pick it up again. Let's hope this dies quickly.

It just hurts.

BillyWitchDoctor said...

I...I can't tell if Mallard's admission of being an "underpants-head" is supposed to be a twist on a familiar ethnic slur (hint: Mallard has his panties in such a bunch--literally this time--that it vaguely resembles a turban), or a confession to a sexual fetish.

Ugh, there's the thumb-butt with a pencil stub jammed in it again. And it's producing excrement, even. Tinny's openly channeling his infantilism now.

Who would Mallard's veep be, Rush Limbaugh? Bill O'Reilly? Ann Coulter? I hear Melanie Morgan's got some free time now...

12xuser said...

Would that "more rational, substantive time" be the Clinton era? Is "putting those dark days behind us" a reference to something any candidate has said?

The underpants on the head is the most understandable thing about this comic. How long ago did that Obama in a turban picture come out?

luke said...

This series is just freaking me out, man. In a "maybe this incomprehensible banter between Tinsley and his cartoon creation is in fact a frequent occurrence" sort of way.