Then why didn’t he put the other half in the microwave once the other one had finished?
I bet it’s a very small micro and the drum sticks were too long to fit.
Because then the first half will get cold. Duh.
Typo in panel 3, there are two backs… Unless he meant she can keep them?
Oh my God! How did I miss that?! Will fix.
What if you get that back back?
Panel 2 reminds me of the year that my Mom came to my college hovel for Thanksgiving and I used a 32 oz. plastic convenience store cup to mash the potatoes. She was appalled at how I lived, and I got a potato masher for Christmas…
3rd panel – “I’ll need those BACK BACK..” 😀
Just nitpicking, i absolutely love your comic, both sense of humor and art style!
Took me two to three weeks, but I read ’em all! It was pleasant spending time doing it!
Bindlestiff bug wears a tie. Will Bindlestiff bug try to journey to the ‘Big Rock Candy Mountains’?
I recall my grandmother feeding the occasional hobo. They were migrant farm hand type workers for the most part. Seasonally employed. Probably migrant workers during the thirties. WWII veterans. Modern farm mechanization and the duo-culture of corn and soybeans on mid-western farms has largely eliminated that lifestyle.
“I’ll need those back back”?
In the third panel, you said “back” twic.
The second panel made me laugh out loud.
(It reminds me of when I’m at a Subway sandwich shop and they ask me if I want my sandwich toasted, and I reply in a straight face, “Yes, but only the middle. Not the sides.” They’re confused for a few seconds until they realize I must be joking or crazy.)
This toon discribes my boys very well. Seeing them disappear down the walk with their bindles on their shoulders always bring a tear to my eye, usually the left one.
The 1st thanksgiving I cooked with my brothers in college accommodations & we invited the parents. we prepped the dressing and my bro must have licked his finger after touching the raw turkey, he came down sick HARD that night, so Mom was afraid our turkey was bad and wouldn’t eat it. She brought her own little home prepped package of frozen turkey. The bro spent the day in the hospital on clear liquids, everyone else enjoyed the feast and no one else came down sick.
i whole heartedly concur!
I am single and had EXACTLY this thanksgiving in rural South Dakota, except the partially cooked turkey. Happy turkey day Adam!
I missed this memo, I’m the only single one in my family and I provided all the food on thanksgiving and it was held at my apartment.
hellll yaaaa and if u dont wanna cook just hit up one of the fast food jionts that are open in the earlier part of the day and buy a crap load of food and munch on ur fav greasies all day of course hopefully u stocked up on eggnog and soda and the like before hand
While I don’t celebrate Thanksgiving…this is terribly true for whenever I visit relatives. That last panel…I mean hey, free food. Can’t afford being a prude.
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