The whack-bonk, also known as a blackjack or a sap.
gee, what makes a double corn cob an heirloom to the family?
It’s for whack-jobs.
We used to call them a blackjack.
Good job, Garfield… Now, who is going to bring you breakfast in bed?
The moral of the story being “let sleeping cats lie”
you ask pretty dangerous questions, Jon.
Jon deserved that one for invading Garfield’s privacy.
It is very aptly named.
Is that a brick inside the sock?
Saw that one coming…
How does he fit all that into one tiny box?
When I was younger, this was my favorite garfield comic. I used to call padded things Whack Bonk all the time.
I thought you were only allowed to wack-a-mole
It’s hard to find a good brass lizard anymore.
A comedy team like Lavern & Shirley, Schlemiel, Schlimazel
Ask a stupid question……
Whack-bonk… sounds almost as dirty as “floss her otter.”
you should not have woken him Jon.
Jon not just got whomped in the back of the head, but he also got face-planted.
BRASS MONKEY THAT FUNKY MONKEY
I love that Garfield keeps a sap in his bed and hits Arbuckle in the head with it for no particularly good reason.
All the cats I have known carried their own weapons with them.Jaws and claws are much more effective than a bean-filled whack-bonk.
Some of those cats were known to deploy those weapons for even less of a reason than Garfield whack-bonked Jon.
I suspect some enterprising vendor will start selling bean-filled whack-bonks on Amazon.
One of the Garfield children’s books had a story featuring an automated back scratcher/ spider whacker.
Jon’s too nosy. He deserved to be hit with that Whack-Bonk!
March 25, 2017