Dirk the Daring provides this one, from Friday November 25 (i.e. not Taco Tuesday).
What fun? Is there some life event or historical event I’m missing here?
So, everyone’s looking at their phones, but …?
It looks like we only have part of a caption here. Can you finish it?
(not a CIDU) My favorite has always been Æthelred the Unready (English king from 978-1016). What are favorite epithets of yours?
Kilby sends in this one, which left him moderately confused.
For one thing, what are the circumstances in which you’d text “circulate”?
I don’t get why a giant ground squirrel is funny. I don’t get the caption at all. Is there a tree around that produces giant nuts?
Why a ground squirrel? If you’re going for humor, it’s hard to beat a jackalope.
Dirk the Daring sends in this one — a particularly curious barbecue grill.
There’s also the well-known saying, “An army travels on its stomach.”
Kilby sends this in, wondering why it was run on September 11, 2022. There are some standard characters (Ahab, Diogenes, Napoleon), among others. I’ve earnestly tried to figure out the two characters in the upper right corner of the 2nd panel, but frankly I don’t get it.
But by hitting the random button at GoComics, I see many that are understandable in any language.
For obsessives who feel you need to see the Carolyn Hax column this accompanied, here is a guest link. For the rest of you, the connection to the cartoon is just that the advice question involves parent/child conflict.
Don’t you want to hear a few more rrrrr’s in that?
Ludwig is such a patient little guy! This semi-LOL is in truth mostly an Awww for the ailurophile crowd. And the White Meat Chicken Florentine from Fancy Feast Medleys in the 3oz can with green label is a standby in the Mitch4 household.
I’m just not that familiar with the Jurassic legal system.