Hmmm. Squinting at it…does it spell anything?(and I suppose it would be in French if it did!)
Or is it a currency death duel? With mice? Nah…
Perhaps they’re just rats.
Ok, we need context. Who reads Le Figaro around here?
The tails are a franc and a dollar, respectively?
The Franc died almost 8 years ago, Jan 1st ‘02. That’s the € Euro.
Way to stay up on foreign events there puppy.
the cat’s away
Okay, I should have known that…seeing as how I don’t use “euros”…maybe I can be excused? So this is saying America and Europe are running around with no cheese? I like OmmyQ’s “death duel” idea. We’re dead anyway.
Why do the mice’s bodies look like apples? Is it because they are fat, or is there something else to it?
4uk4ata: I’m not certain (I am not an expert)…but I’m seeing this ‘toon defined by Dobritz’s technique…Two big smooshes of the paintbrush (like Chinese brush) and little mini-smooshes and the “scratched in” strokes…
/shrug . Maybe. I think it’s possible that the artist meant the fat cats (the phrase in French might make it rats, who knows) on both sides of the Atlantic are studying each other and trying to make a move.
Nah, that sounds idiotic :) .
^Sounds good to me… En garde.