A toddler and her I-Geen are soon parted.
The perils of bragging
I wuv vaniwa i-geen too.
""Doggie got i-geen! Doggie HAPPY!"
She must have met Ziggy yesterday. Misery loves company and happiness is going to the dogs
But ‘specially chawklit’
Ritual of childhood. Also one of Eddie Murphy’s all-time greatest bits.
Easy come, easy go.
The kid’s loss is Farley’s gain.
I wonder who will be punished: April for dropping the “I-geen” or Farley for cleaning it up.
If you’re going to give a child that young an ice cream cone, make sure you send them outside…
Panel 5: Tears.
Not aw-gone, dog gone. Lesson learned. Lick now, brag later.
Farley loves ice cream !!!
Moral of the story: spend all your time gloating and you don’t get a chance to enjoy it.
No you got i-geen coom, Doggie got i-geen.
This is the third time in a few days I’ve seen ice cream fallen from a cone in a comic strip.
Good Dog. Always there to help tidy up.
Teachable moment, brought to you by… Life.
I’m surprised that she hasn’t burst into tears.
Farley got I-GEEN!!!
If it was chocolate, then Farley would be dead. Chocolate is poisonous to dogs.
The dog does know who to hang out with when food involved….
When it comes to ice cream,Farley is a vampire
April will soon learn enough not to waste food, as there are many others who go without. A person in the Bronx would sure love to lick the floor instead of the dog.
I-Geen? What a labored pun.
Won’t that cause Farley to make Number 4 all over the carpet?
When my nephew was about 4, he didn’t want his same-aged cousin to know what he was asking for, so he, very sophisticated, says," Aunt Jo, can I have some E-I-E-I-O?"
I’m hearing an old Eddie Murphy stand up routine now.
My late pooch Izaak LOVED “I-geen”; he could go through a scoop in less than a minute, just like Farley.
At least April wanted vanilla “I-geen”.