All this knife throwing practice is really paying off. See that knife block over on the counter? Um... Yeah. Um. You just killed the January kitty. Hey. All I know is I got the kitchen scissors and on the first toss.
Everyone knows that this isn’t really how the knife-throwing act works, right?
Does ‘close’ count in knife throwing?
Please explain how knife throwing really works. Its always been a mystery to me (seriously).
is Monty good at ….! anything?
It’s not that much of a surprise. The throwser throws knives which come close to, but don’t actually hit, the person acting as target.
It’s hard and takes a lot of practice, but it is a skill you can learn. (I strongly recommend learning with inanimate targets!)
In panel 1 the ace knife-thrower Monty seems to holding three knives. He throws, kills Kitty with two (twack and twongggg), and claims to have landed the SCISSORS in the block with his first throw. Huh?
Oops, gotta go watch Sheldon on B.B.T.
hahaha i love how the kitty has his paws in the air and a sad frown on his face lol