Anyone who has changed a diaper will attest to the fact that their contents should only be approached with adequate HAZMAT protection in place. They do indeed contain an evil not of this world.
yes.. I agree diapers can be the most foul smelling thing ever!
Um I think they might have wanted the top call button.
Lois: What’s going on down here?
Stewie: Oh, we’re playing house.
Lois: That boy’s all tied up.
Stewie: Roman Polanski’s house
I love today’s incentive! One of those ‘truth is stranger than fiction’ things…
OMG!!!!! I LOVE YOU GUYS!!!! You earn so many respect points from me for that! Rosemary’s Baby is one of my favorite movies! 😀
*cackles* …can’t wait to see what ‘evil’ they’re going to thwart next…
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@MagicalMadge – I think you might enjoy the rest of this week as well. 😀
I just had a mental image of Mr. Butterpaws Pussford surfing the wave of molasses on a pancake.
It’s tragically delicious.
The only thing more toxic then diapers is litter boxes.
Methinks Mr. Butterpaws Pussford did have something to do with the burgers, probably to keep Famine in line.
BTW- I looked up the Boston “Molassacre” and it had a link to the “London Beer Flood” that happened a century earlier. I wonder if Mr. B.P. has a fondness for warm beer too?
Nothing good comes from babies. Nothing.
@ Mooharpist: I’d almost be inclined to agree…however, I’d argue ferret cages, or dog kennels on a hot day are worse
and I quote:
“Part Velcro, Part Toxic Waste!”
and I can somehow see Pain at the end of one of those streets in Boston with a bib on and his mouth open….
Bringing some baggage from another webcomic’s discussion, anyone remember Disney’s the Black Hole?
I wonder if they are ever going to remake that? I mean Disney seems to recycle every other IP they own, so why not?
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