Great cartoon! My favorite parts are the kitty and the girlfriend.
Thanks! I'm fond of kitties and girlfriends in general.
Shout out to Charles Schulz and Franklin!
I think science needs to return to the concept of cat butter.
Know what? I'm fond of the word viscous.
It's even better than I imagined!
Oh, yes, I should have mentioned: inspired by a conversation with Erin.
Actually, I think celery would be *too* viscous. Although both celery and peanuts have extremely high viscosity, being solids.
It's so rarely that my cartoons require fact-checking. Perhaps I'll change it to "too stringy".
That wasn't a jif. It was a jpeg. You liar.
Until this moment, I had read that, without too much objection to its incongruousness, as "Celery - insufficiently vicious." Insufficiently "vicious?" I went over it repeatedly, trying to figure out if it was a cute non sequitur, or something about holy celery (to churn it would be sacrilege, or the like), perhaps. It was a "viscous circle!"
It occurs to me that this is a half-assed way to celebrate Black History Month.
Ah, right, Carver was black and it's February, as if the two are limited to each other. Sez me, who thinks black history is yearlong, like all history.
I just assumed Francis was on a six things/peanut butter riff. Like maybe he had a peanut butter and jelly sandwich, or Nutter Butters, and got inspired.
(By the way, I thought "Cats - unethical" was a Frist reference, but hey, I'm way political.) (And as for "Cats" the musical -- shudder -- shudder.)
The genesis of this cartoon had absolutely nothing to do with Black History Month, I assure you. I think Erin and I were talking about Cel-Ray when the inspiration came.
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