Drum looks like a cake.
Also, why porvoked, and not something else like bored/hunting
Man, I can just imagine the names my older brothers would’ve given me if we’d been Native Americans in the Old West, if they were based on my actions.
Cries like a Girl
Runs like a Girl
Throws like a Girl (You can see a theme, I’m sure)
Never Lifts the Lid (I was young, cut me some slack)
Eats too Much
Afraid of Spiders
It goes on, I’m afraid . . .
I like the little braids on the left side bug in panel 3. It’s those little touches that makes Bug #1 on my list of Comic Strip Christmas Books I’d like to give as presents this year. Not to beat a drum and wail. Actually, the new Jesus and MO book is in a tie with any BUG book.
What, no Broken-Condom jokes?
Glasses on Buffalohead, “Fartsy” LOL
I am 100% on Fartsy’s side here. No song is complete without either a banjo, a violin or a saxophone.
I just like that someone wrote “I am 100% on Fartsy’s side.”
Dances-With-Wolves was one time too. Guess he got lucky.
Bug should be glad it’s not Scottish music. After nothing but unrequited love, Bonnie Prince Charlie’s failure, and the Highland Clearances, you want to run into a bridge abutment.
I’m glad I’m not the only one with a buffalo allergy! ate it once, ended up in the ER. it blew. Awesome comic though!
There’s always flute.
Does the Apache fiddle count?
i’d be “Shanks-Random-Objects”
An anthropologist asked a First American how he got his name. The fellow replies:
“In my tribe, we are named after the first thing our father sees upon rising the day after we are born. For my eldest brother, my father awoke, went out side and say two deer leaping a fallen tree. He named by brother Two-deer-Leaping. For my sister, he saw rabbit scurrying away and named her Running-Rabbit.”
“Ah,” said the anthropologist,”That explains much, Two-Squirrels-F***ing.”
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