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Monday, December 05, 2011

That damned Dog

What's Mallard raving about today?

Pets, Holidays

Considering she apparently has not slept since Halloween, I think that dog may be in error.

I say "dog" based on textual evidence. The drawing suggest the artist has only heard what a dog is, but has never actually seen one.


Tog said...

This again? Who says Batshit doesn't believe in recycling worn-out, useless things?

Kip W said...

Tinsley apparently doesn't understand dogs because he's not a dog person. I think he may be more of a jackal person. Yeah, those jackals really hate it when you dress them up.

Miss D said...

Where today's comic came from:

Tinsley's Mom: Oh Brucie Woosie Dew Drops! Don't you look just lovely dressed up for the Christmas pageant!

Tinsley: I'll get you for this! You just wait until your asleep. I'll kill you! I don't care if you're my mother, you're a whore and a communist!

Bill the Splut said...

Only 19 more bitching days until Christmas!

...and it's really going to last that long, isn't it? Then on the 25th, it'll be sweetness 'n' light and how we should all thank JAY-ZUS for teaching us to love and forgive. Unless He gives you a lousy present, that bastard.

DharmaPete said...

Love the thought bubble coming out of the "dog's" ass!

rewinn said...

Bitch about people dressing their dog like New Year's.

Bitch about people dressing their dog like Valentine's Day.

Bitch about people dressing their dog like a 4th-of-July something-or-other ... will ever dress like Mallard Fillmore. Not because it wouldn't be horrifying, but rather, because no-one would understand the reference.

Marion Delgado said...

Tinsley - could be valuable ally. Must make note. Rorshach.

WV: droned, ne?

Steve-O said...

Unless the dog's being abused who gives a shit what it thinks?

Dogs are to thinking what Mallard Fillmore is to funny.

Kip W said...

(Tuesday) 12% think dressing a dog up with antlers makes it a reindeer.

A slightly higher percent (15%) think that dressing a duck up in a suit makes him a reporter, and a whopping 18% believe that dressing a monotonous political screed up with panels and word balloons makes it something that should be on a comics page.