Do they even MAKE idiot-mittens for kids anymore? Or simply clip-ons?
For any who are unfamiliar, it is a pair of mittens with a string connecting the two which you run through the sleeves of your jacket. Thus, if you pull one, the other one will be pulled.
As a child, I always thought one could move or change things with one’s mind, if one concentrated hard enough. Fortunately I only tried to change things which my mind couldn’t change, so I wasn’t left in the exhaustive trap that Blake was.
This is one of those strips that crosses the weird line, of the fact that we eat eggs, but if animals talked to each other, eggs would be the precursor to being their children. Which makes it super funny in my eyes. :)
Heck, panel two simply makes me laugh regardless the context or rest of the strip.
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This gag was led up to all week, by the fact that these are the first words to come from the Turkey’s mouth. And those first words being so outrageous. Not sure if it works, but it certainly had thought put into it.
One of the things I enjoyed about writing Ted is his understatement. he could’ve flown off the handle at vachel, but setting another place at the table is such a quiet statement, which says EVERYTHING he wants to say.
Heh. And Blake with the tofu.