Okay, Paul, I think it’s time you did an air quality test on whatever particles are being kicked out your kitchen renovation.
On the one hand, I agree…
…and on the other hand, I want to see what other oddities his tripped out brain creates before the haz-mat team shows up to clear the area of mind-altering particles. 🙂
I called “Ice Cream Beast” yesterday. I am happy with Paul’s kitchen particles.
I’d say seal your windows hermetically so you can breathe more of that stuff in…
The missing link?
its also missing chopped nuts
Bah-dum! *aims for invisible cymbal and misses* 😛
Monica discovers fire, which leads to the extinction of the last Custardsaurus.
I may just put that on the Wapsiwiki timeline.
1,000,000 B.C.? Before Custard?
Chronology is here. More people should check out the Waspi Wiki.
Cool – maybe you can add an entry as to how Monica learned to poit and how? The only mention I see refers to the bra sneeze incident.
If Paul has more to reveal about it, we’ll add it.
The question for awhile was “when was Monica’s first poit”? And that, on her ‘personal timeline’ on Earth 57 seems to be that wardrobe malfunction. (It takes her by surprise, and she has to spend another ep getting it back on.) Seemingly, the ability is innate, but not all its parameters are yet defined.
For instance, Tina’s fear for Monica once she learned the Relic was full of wormholes may be an ominous clue, but still only a vague one.
Wall paintings begin between 40,000-32,000 BC
If she’s writing on the wall, then the Library is sending out sphinxes…
And it’s therefore?
*Mob goes wild, screaming about demons*
We shall use my largest scoops…
Yamara wins the humor game with that well adjusted reference. 🙂
Great HOLY GRAIL Segue, Yamara.
Does that mean a demon weighs the same as a duck, even if it’s not a demon duck?
Great, now I’m distracted.
Given Monica’s costume, her buxom build and the date I proposed, I’d have thought foljs would have picked up on the reference to Racquel Welch’s campy 1966 movie… 🙂
We’re just too ashamed to admit it.
love the strategic planning for killing something 8ins tall 😀
spose it stays frozen because reptiles are cold blooded…even though i thought that meant they could survive at cold temperatues not that if you cut them ice-poles would come out.
Nah, actually too cold is harmful for them. Cold blooded simply means they don’t regulate their body temperatures internally. IE, when you take your temperature normally you’re always at some variation of 98.6 degrees. Your body normally maintains that temperature, even if it’s hot or cold outside.
Cold blooded animals don’t do this, relying on external means of heat to regulate. For instance, lizards sitting on a rock in the sun, turtles climbing out of the water to sit on logs, in the sun. Cold temperatures will actually make them more sluggish then usual.
and kudos to vorlonagent.
you mentioned the icecream beast…here it is…
Paul has officially out-crazied me.
Casey- And this is unexpected by you? WHY?
…You’re having far too much fun with all this, Taylor. Stop it immediately. You know there’s no fun allowed while working.
Why do the cave paintings not record the gargantuan Dietzelsaurus, which ruled the prehistoric Minnesota jungles?
I would picture her riding him like a horse much like Marvel Comics “Sheena” did with her Sabertooth Kitty Cat
The comics for the last two days keep reminding me of this one: http://wapsisquare.com/comic/05162005/
I keep thinking of this one
Love that strip…Well…Love most of the strips really, but that one makes me giggle.
Monica in WW2 uniform with that big old thumb-buster of her G’Pa’s accepting the surrender of German ice cream cones?
WWII and cleavage? Where do I sign? Throw in a destroyed Tiger tank of the PanzerKustard Division and you’d have my 3 favorite things lol
A quickie. Sorry no cleavage
If the Gravatars would co-operate with me the fuzzy image would so be going there lol
How about Monica,Shelly and Tina in WWII Uniforms as “The Andrews Sisters” Boogie-Woogie.
BTW Fairportfan: Nice Avatars. and they’re from?…..
The Wotch – which just restarted after an almost-two-year hiatus. (The link is to the first of a seven-page recap of the history of the strip by the new artist.)
Given that saying that the history of the strip is complex and digressive, that recap is more like “Something to get regular readers back up to speed,” though.
This avatar is a character called Robyn. The redhead is Sonja.
However, normally (if such a word can be applied at all to this strip) their names are Robin and Jason.
Here’s a link to a Flash animated intro featuring Robin and Jason in their normal (or at least original forms…)
Thanks for the link. I think that I am going to enjoy this strip.
I think it could be cool to see the group or a set in period piece. There can be a lot of fun in that. Victorian, Steam Punk (fantasy period of course, ha ha), Roaring 20’s, 40’s, 50’s, 60’s, Western/Frontier, Egyptian…
But nothing with West World. That movie still creeps me out. He never stops coming after you!
The original Terminator. heh.
My Precioussssssss………Nom Nom Nom!
Well, i guess a icescream-animal isnt impossible.
Especially as they just resently found those large snails living at a mile+ deep water right next to those active vulcanic black chimneys pumping out hot metals and the snails harvest the metals to make their house and coat their skin.
If those Robo-xmen-snails exist in real life i guess ice-o-saurus is possible too. Using their extreme cold ice as a defense of cause .. making any predator have teeth- and brainfreeze 😀
Unfortunately they haven’t evolved to the point where they realize that their extreme cold is only a slight deterent and partial “reason for the kill” in the warmer climates (where so little animal skin is needed to be comfortable). The other reason for the kill is of course their fabulous flavor…they also haven’t evolved sweet, creamy goodness out of their genetic makeup. 😛
Well, it looks like the ice cream has definetly gone to Monica’s head.
Yeah, This comic has officially entered fever dream territory.
Ick. What does she do with the legs and tail?
…and ARMS? Ick.
Wow. That flashed me back to the 60’s (late 60’s) and the bat-winged hamburger snatcher of Dan O’Neil. (Can’t find a link to a dead tree)
Oh, what a wonderful flashback/memory… I love that particular work of Dan O’Neill.
Some years ago I scanned, and cleaned up one panel of this book – Fred the bird, sitting woefully on the ground and saying
Thank goodness for hysteria. If it weren’t for hysteria… I’d never make it.
I have this posted on the entrance wall of my cubicle here at work. It helps me get through Those Days, when they arrive (as they inevitably do).
Most of the book Hear the sound of my feet walking drown the sound of my voice talking is online, as a set of PDFs, at Dan’s site:
Unfortunately the dead-tree edition is out of print (no, you can’t have my copy).
Anyone for a Magic Cookie?
You do realise that “Odd Bodkins” is almost certainly the source of the term “cookie” in computer-speak? It’s actually short for the original term, which is – wow! – “magic cookie.
Harvey Krishna, what’s your sign?
Peace and love there is still time
Spare change before you bring me down –
Harvey Krishna’s back in town.
What are the odds… two other people familiar with Odd Bodkins and the hazards of encountering Sam the 100% American Dog? Yet another of the numerous reasons I’ve become so very impressed with Wapsi Square… it has one heck of an interesting fan base!
Stick figure drawings lack 2 spheroid objects..
I’m waiting on Monica and Shelly hunting Dutch Chocolate swirl Bison across the Great Plains, armed only with large spoons carved from lightning-struck trees.
Screw ‘Jurassic Park’ methodology, I want a breeding pair of these…
What Monica seems to be overlooking (in her quite understandable eagerness) is that she’s about to pounce on a new-born hatchling.
The speckled markings on the legs clearly identify this youngster as a member of the Glaciescrepito megavanillae species. The adults of this species are a lot larger and much less tail-waggingly friendly (think “ambulatory iceberg with a hostile attitude”).
If Momma Beast is still hanging around, M may be in for a very difficult (dare I say “bone-chilling”?) encounter.
Even worse than being chilled to the bone–the mature specimen can lead to a killer case of brain freeze.
I volunteer to help Monica avoid that fate!
I’m enjoying this week’s pictures! They’re funny and neat!
This also explains why the rare custardasaur, sole survivor of the Jurassic Age, went extinct!
OOGAH OOGAH OOGAH CHAKA! OOGAH OOGAH OOGAH CHAKA! OOGAH OOGAH OOGAH CHAKA!
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