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I keep telling my angels to gobble gobble me and it works out just fine, once they stop laughing.
I think at the time its closest competitor was “dying of polio”, so of course the ugly clown comic was more popular.
The least surprising part is the first strip, where a man dressed like a clown for no reason was licking his lips and sweating profusely at the idea of being wedged between two unsuspecting bystanders.
In Heathcliff’s defense, it takes a lot of practice learning exactly how much enthusiasm to fake to lower their guard.
They’re not showing you the part where the dog catcher beats the store owner into the ground, then has his buddies plant a “crime” helmet in his backroom that “turns up” in a raid. Allegedly.
He means A Dog’s Purpose – that movie is like Salo for dogs. Odie is a surprisingly gruesome moviegoer with a taste for Giallo films.
You may have made the first comment, but I took a screen shot, made an NFT out of it, sold it to an Armenian dude for three Etherium, and bought my week’s supply of horse with it. So who’s really first?
We need to go back to the days when cops weren’t afraid to beat clowns for being ugly.
Yeah I’m gonna go ahead and preemptively call 911. Strokes are no joke.
The appeal of this comic makes a lot more sense if you imagine the guilt of war crimes hanging over fresh veterans of WWII. Really puts the japes into perspective.