There is a reason that after helping someone move or other very physical day like that — people order pizzas.
I like Dee as foreman in panel #1 too.
So either Vachel can be understood by humans, or there’s a pizza place run by animals. Either way works. ;-)
The Amish men raise the barn and the women cook for them all day.
Dee is a delightful straw boss.
I’m amused the most by the casualness of Blake operating a riveter in panel three, though admittedly Dee as the foreman is full of ♥ ^_^
Don’t tell Vachel that dee is made of straw; you saw how he is with a welder.
@Ronald: Apparently, Ted can. Remember his human impression? (can’t seem to find the strip)
Speaking of which, Ted is not tagged
Very cute comic saw it on spacetrawler, have you thought about putting it on inkoutbreak? That is where I read a majority of my comics.
@Mia, added. :)
Frank, if you mean the signed-Dee-and-Blake-up-for-a-race strip, IIRC Christopher commented at the time that Ted could have accomplished that without actually “speaking” to anyone. I don’t take things like this *seriously*, I just find them noticeable. ;-)
I think most of the time Ted wears his suit and hat just so people will glance at him and think he’s a big guy who needs a shave, instead of running away screaming “My God, a BEAR! He’ll kill us all!”
Uh, no. It’s one of the first ones, where Vatchel or blake ask how the suit can fool people. Ted says that if they get too close he does his “human impression” which consists of yelling into a cell phone things like “Sorry I’ll be late for dinner again, honey; I’m busy getting us deeper into debt!”
@Frank, you mean this guest strip? If so, not cannon.
Not that I’m not shooting myself in my own foot for shooting down the only possible plausible reply to the situation. ;-)
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