Monty by Jim Meddick for May 12, 2024

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    Imagine  2 months ago

    Either that or they want to watch the cat videos with you.

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    ozed  2 months ago

    What the heck happened to Monty’s face in panel 5? Is that meant to be his tongue in his cheek?

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    Kroykali  2 months ago

    It is now.

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    fencie  2 months ago

    As I read this comic, a dozen squirrels are hunting for peanuts in the backyard. Too cute.

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    Chris  2 months ago

    maybe they’re just bored and they find you entertaining. :D

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    Doctor Toon  2 months ago

    It’s not the peanut butter, the Rodent Revolution has begun

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    Frank Burns Eats Worms  2 months ago

    The squirrels are nuts about him.

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    Impkins  Premium Member 2 months ago

    Don’t touch that squirrel’s nuts!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! We worship you, oh Monty!!!!!!!!! :)

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    amaneaux  2 months ago

    Nah, you’re scrolling through social media, and they can smell all the nuts.

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    mistercatworks  2 months ago

    No, you’re just nuts.

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    hesper  2 months ago

    My favorite Monty cartoons are those in which he interacts with squirrels. Have many saved.

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    Richard S Russell Premium Member 2 months ago

    After we humans wipe ourselves out, my money’s on either squirrels or raccoons to replace us as the next intelligent, tool-using species on Earth. We’ve been training them with food rewards to solve ever-more-complicated puzzles, and simple evolutionary theory says that the ones who are good at it will survive, thrive, and reproduce. Right now, my money’s on the cōōns, because they’ve got a head start in the opposable-thumb department, but maybe the arboreal capacities of the tree rats will offset it. Sadly, I won’t be around to see how it all turns out.

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    Aladar30 Premium Member 2 months ago

    I would be really worried.

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