Wallace the Brave by Will Henry for April 12, 2024

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    enigmamz  2 months ago

    I’m surprised this doesn’t happen to Wallace more often.

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    angelolady Premium Member 2 months ago

    Fish got to ride the sploosh.

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    Last Rose Of Summer Premium Member 2 months ago

    Seagull’s eyes are as big as Wallace’s.

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    Yakety Sax  2 months ago

    From Not Always Right : Kentucky Fried Bigfoot

    This was hands down the weirdest thing I’ve seen.

    I do a lot of fieldwork at remote sites. “Remote” doesn’t really mean “inaccessible”, but it does mean it’s d*** hard to get to sometimes. I’m talking four to six miles into a wilderness, two miles from any established trail. Now, picture my coworker and me setting up a bark beetle trap in the middle of the forest in such a location. She squeaked a bit and pointed, whispering, “I think I see a bear!”

    I turned my head and watched a fuzzy brown splotch moving through some thick undergrowth in the distance, kind of walking toward us, but it looked strange. It wasn’t really moving like a bear should.

    A few minutes later, the shape popped out of the brush into a clearing, and I now knew why it looked weird. It was an extremely overweight man, I’m guessing in his mid-forties, buck-naked except for a bandana, eating… a KFC chicken sandwich, judging by the wrapper. He was just casually walking through the woods munching away, dangly bits and all flopping around like nothing was out of the ordinary.

    I have no idea how he was even able to walk out there. I was wearing Vibram soles because of the random sharp rock pockets from the nearby lava fields and cinder cones.

    We called it a day about six hours earlier than we should have and got the h*** out of there as fast as we could. My coworker refused to ever go back to that location, and I had to finish installing the trap by myself a week later.

    (My Wife’s cousin used to work for a tree trimming company & told us stories similarly scary)

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    Ida No  2 months ago

    Spud may not be long for this world, if that’s going to happen all of the time.

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    Michael Jones  2 months ago

    zoning out to the thoughts of cheese

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    some idiot from R'lyeh Premium Member 2 months ago

    Perhaps you don’t need that much cloaking to hide from Spud, at least.

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    crookedwolf Premium Member 2 months ago

    Spud’s heard one too many Bigfoot stories, it seems..

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    VanLaser  2 months ago

    He’s still zoned out even in panel three, while falling :))

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    maxiesmom2 Premium Member 2 months ago

    For as often as this happens you’d think Spud would steer clear of the pier. And the rhyming was a happy accident.

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    Ignatz Premium Member 2 months ago

    The 2nd panel is actually a perfect demonstration of how conspiracy theories work.

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    jschumaker  2 months ago

    Spud is a human divining rod. He always seems to find water.

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    Durak Premium Member 2 months ago

    “I don’t know. One minute I was thinking about cheese and the next I was wet and climbing up this ladder.”

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    trainnut1956  2 months ago

    And yet, Bigfoot Advocates always ignore the real reason nobody ever sees Bigfoot. Bigfoot doesn’t exist.

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    goboboyd  2 months ago

    Stay out of traffic Spud. Not a place to be lost in thought.

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    artheaded1  2 months ago

    A Bigfoot wearing an invisibility cloak pushed Spud in!

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    oish  2 months ago

    A trial before your piers

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    tammyspeakslife Premium Member 2 months ago

    Rude awakening

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    Dr_Fogg  2 months ago

    Good thing it’s nearly high tide. :-)

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    mistercatworks  2 months ago

    That’s probably how Bigfoot does it.

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    JH&Cats  2 months ago

    Anxiety overload leads to body awareness shutdown.

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