now why would Spud want to play bluegrass music, Rose?
Talk to birds? This, from a kid whose Dad had a Seagull sidekick and understood “ Grak! “
Rose: “No, but clearly I talk to maroons.”
Rosa is questoning the quality of her friends hard in that last panel. As good buddies as they are I cannot blame her.
Will “The Quaff” Henry, eh? For a guy who’s photographed wearing a cap most of the time, that’s probably a bit of a stretch. ;-)
Wallace’s question cracks me up.
It’s “coifed”, Spud. Coifed…
Yeah, it does sound ridiculous when you say it a few times!
Anyone can talk to birds, it’s getting them to listen that’s the trick.
Who else google “Joe Mendelson”?
Quaff: drink. Coiff: style hair. Check your dictionary, please.
Fashion is a cruel task master, Spud.
Jealous but don’t care? That’s impossible….
Amelia in jail or something?
Was the “little bird” the seagull?
Shouldn’t that be ‘coiffed’ in panel 3? A coif is a hairdo, a quaff is a drink of beer (or maybe water).
I bet Billy could crack corn and he wouldn’t care.
Leave it to Wallace to get to the really important info!
Wallace always zeroes in on the important things in life.
Quaffed? Doesn’t he mean coiffed?
It’s good to see Rose doesn’t hold a grudge after sending everyone to the Principal’s office.
Today’s Wallace the Brave needed to be edited regarding how Joe Mendeson’s is styled. It’s “coiffed”. Not “quaffed”. Quaffed means it was gulped or drank. Grammar police signing off.
*Joe Mendelson’s hair.
Seagull. it’s not nice to gossip!
Will “The Quaff” Henryhahahahaha
LOL ‘quaff’ means to drink (usually an alcoholic beverage). I think author was aiming for ‘coiffed.’
No, that’s me
April 15, 2016