While cleaning out the basement, I was excited when I came upon this golden oldie. I wiped off my seminal fluid and decided to post it posthaste. Can you believe Squiggles has been going for over 7 years? Can you believe I used the word “posthaste?” Why am I using the first-person point of view?
Rest in Pieces
Although this strip was published two years ago, it presaged the finale of “Better Call Saul.” Vince Gilligan is a loyal reader, so I’m guessing this is where he got the idea for the “Chicago Sun-Roof.”
Thanks to the huge outcry for more Loosey Goosey, we present another strip. This one is particularly appropriate for the start of the NCAA tournament. Just imagine Christian Laettner turning in slow motion (to “One Shining Moment”) and shooting a perfect turn-around out of his “waffle slot” to break Kentucky’s heart. Prime Time BayBeeeeeee!
We finally have a new strip to take a gander at. Like a DC Comic origin strip, we are introduced to Loosey Goosey, a transgander G to G goose. A denizen of Trinidad, Colorado, I can’t wait to see what monkeyshines (s)he’ll get into. Oh wait, did I say “can’t” because I meant “can.”
Cock ‘N’ Balls
It’s that time of year again when we all cum together to celebrate the best hallmark holiday. Hope you and yours have a delightful night of mattress pounding.
The answer is yes.
god is not dead
just terminally ill
let’s hope to be remembered
in his almighty will.
It was bound to happen sooner or later. As usual, Mr. Show was all over this years ago. (Scroll to 1:56, or better yet, just enjoy the greatest comedy show ever made.)
Rest in Pieces
Finally thought we’d get some closure on Lydia? Think again, ghost rider. Lydia is a Kant. Besides, she should know she could never really get rid of Heaven.
This scene is from the little seen Superman IV: The Quest for $$$. After the disaster of Richard Pryor in Superman III, the producers decided to cast J. J. Walker as Dyslexic Luthor. The results nearly killed Christopher Reeve. But he needed to stop horsing around anyway.
Too soon? This is from 1987. Perhaps you’d prefer jokes about Charlamagne?