Didn’t plan on doing two home-related strips in a row, but our damn cat made such a racket in the living room as I was just about to drift off to sleep. Sounded like a guy trying to move a sleeper-sofa.
Get yourself a nice surveillance system and hook it too the bedroom TV as well. I just put two cameras on my car because I’m TIRED of anonymous scratches showing up in parking lots 😛
Well, your Dad could bring along his camera and you could document your newest craposaurus. Added benefit.
Damn cat, anyway. How does such a small critter make such a huge racket? Ours goes “guano” crazy every night, just before we go to bed, running the length and breadth of the house, arching her back & jumping sideways, chasing who-knows-what up and down the hall.
She’s insane. Prolly ought to get her some therapy…or schedule an intervention with the neighborhood pets. She may have a catnip problem…
They say cats can see spirits.
Must be all the ghosts coming on shift at bedtime that’re spookin’ your cat.
Sounds like a normal cat to me.
One good reason for having cats is that you know what the noises during the night are and you never have to check for burglars.
Oh my, sounds like your parents threw a huge party when you left. One that you were not invited to.
“We could just change our phone number and tell him we went off-grid”
“Chicken’s Come Home to Rue”
“Chicken is come home to rue” …I don’t get it. Did you mean to write “Chickens”?
In case you didn’t attend grade school, apostrophe s is never used to make a word plural.
No, but it can be used to contract “has”, which in this case maintains the Chicken as a singular entity.
Correct. I was referring to myself as the chicken (in the cowardly sense).
It is in fact quite common to use it the way sidehack described.
You might want to take a look at other commenters and note how to suggest corrections without being insulting.
…and this is a very nice example of why I don’t like abbreviations.
Maybe your dad will buy you a big club, knife or gun for your BD? Or you could move closer.
We have a tuxedo homicidal psycho jungle cat also. Last month we were given a nice $40 bottle of wine and we planned on saving it for New Years Eve. 3 days NYE at 2:30 am I woke up to 2 faint crashing noises. The cat had climbed onto the kitchen cabinets, fell through a shelf and broke the Red wine alll over the floor. I pulled so much glass out of my feet I felt like John McClane
And thus was the idea for the cat-a-pult inspired.
Calvin and Hobbes, and Die Hard, with a tuxedo cat? We should be best friends.
It may be dangerous. There is a flying cat
Sounds like the prankster we had last night-only one to wake up was me as they knocked on the door and ran off-uncanny how they timed it for just as I was about to doze off again…for the next hour and a half…mngh.
Anyway, good comic as always. Weeelll worth the time.
No Rocks No Pun
Ninja Nebraska strikes again!
It may be time to ask for that “Worlds greatest dad” coffee mug back or at least add on a *footnote
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