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Dangerous beaver

Mark Trail, 12/9/06

One of the things that Mark Trail is ostensibly supposed to do is to teach young people about the ways of nature. That’s why we’re lucky that no young people actually read Mark Trail because the last thing you really should do if you encounter an injured animal — particularly an injured animal with enormous, powerful teeth that it’s temperamentally prone to going all bitey bitey with — is to pick it up. Fortunately Mark is like a modern-day St. Francis with his animal-charming powers, although somewhat more enthusiastic about punching hillbillies in the face than the good man from Assisi.

At some level, Mark knows that his reckless beaver-handling isn’t a good example for young people. That’s why Rusty has magically transmogrified into a full-grown adult in panels one and three.

Hagar the Horrible, 12/9/06

I could think of any number of mildly amusing punchlines that might have made incrementally but noticeably funnier use of the setup provided here. What appears to have happened is that someone at Hagar Central remembered that, according to the meticulously maintained and elaborate Hagar the Horrible canon, Hagar is actually illiterate, and reference to that fact had to be added in at the last minute lest all the Hagar nerds (chosen name: “Horribles”) tear this strip to pieces on the many, many Hagar fan sites.

Popeye, 12/9/06

So, yeah, Popeye’s been doing this “Olive Oyl is jealous of Sweet Pea and also just sort of in general” storyline for, like, months and months and months, which has mostly been unworthy of mention, until today when we get Olive contemplating “dating” a gorilla, which I, uh, thought worthy of mention.

Rex Morgan, M.D., 12/9/06

Niki, I warned you that “bad June” would be back before too long. If “painting the garage” is anything like “cleaning the basement,” a euphemism thought up by Mrs C. and her filthy-minded college friends, Niki had better hope that his jaw is back in top shape.

The Family Circus, 12/9/06

There’s something unspeakably creepy to me about Ma Keane standing in the doorway in the background of this scene, looking on at these crimes against pretend medical science silently and expressionlessly. It’s as if she’s watching another step in an unfathomable and long-running plan of her own design playing out. I’m not sure what that plan is, but it’s a good guess that it involves somebody’s freakishly oversized head being split open.

Spider-Man, 12/9/06

Later, after the drama is resolved: “Yeah, honey, it was reverse psychology! Yeah, that’s the ticket.”

86 responses to “Dangerous beaver”

  1. TurtleBoy
    December 10th, 2006 at 9:12 pm [Reply]

    That’s not the only thing that’s hit the young beaver, if you know what I’m sayin’…

  2. Skullturf Q. Beavispants
    December 10th, 2006 at 9:14 pm [Reply]

    In the last panel of Mark Trail — a sentence not ending in an exclamation mark!

    Although maybe it just got inadvertently cut off.

  3. Skullturf Q. Beavispants
    December 10th, 2006 at 9:15 pm [Reply]

    Two mathematicians with the first two posts… This is what I do with my PhD; spend my Sunday nights eagerly awaiting updates to a webpage about comic strips.

  4. TurtleBoy
    December 10th, 2006 at 9:17 pm [Reply]

    Word, Skullturf. Word…

  5. Poteet
    December 10th, 2006 at 9:18 pm [Reply]

    It seems to me that June’s face is looking more, umm…I dunno, maybe “provocative” is the word, in recent strips. And Niki looks several years older than the little thirteen-year-old boys I see around here. I think Eightball and Elvis should show up before things start to get out of hand.

  6. Heckler123
    December 10th, 2006 at 9:21 pm [Reply]

    Regarding Popeye – Okay, this is a tough one. Do I comment on Wimpy’s comment that Olive Oyl wants a boyfriend that Popeye can’t lick, or do I just let it lie there until it takes on a life of it’s own?

  7. Heckler123
    December 10th, 2006 at 9:22 pm [Reply]

    uh…”its” own, for the anal retentive out there.

  8. leo
    December 10th, 2006 at 9:22 pm [Reply]

    I really hope popeye isn’t hinting at beastiality, I was really hoping we were past the whole beastiality thing when the mark trail story arc panned out, now popeye seems to want to take a stab at it. great…

  9. rose
    December 10th, 2006 at 9:28 pm [Reply]

    That second panel of Rex Morgan looks…dominatingly sexual.

  10. DrBear
    December 10th, 2006 at 9:33 pm [Reply]

    Obviously, Mark has never heard Jeff Foxworthy’s story about the guy who got his nipple bitten off by a beaver.

  11. Harry Paratestes
    December 10th, 2006 at 9:34 pm [Reply]

    Spiderman: I think Peter Parker should have shown some balls by sobbing “Please, B’rer Ock, jes’ don’ throw me in dat dere briar patch”.

  12. Bobdog
    December 10th, 2006 at 9:35 pm [Reply]

    I think it’s rude of Mark Trail to interupt Theodore prostrating himself before the Jack Elrod ball. Theodore doesn’t understand this hostility towards his belief system.

  13. Harry Paratestes
    December 10th, 2006 at 9:36 pm [Reply]

    RMMD: See, if June had specified that she wanted the inside of her garage painted white, then it would have been an overwhelmingly sexual come-on, probably worthy of being enshrined in a thousand porn films.

  14. Harry Paratestes
    December 10th, 2006 at 9:38 pm [Reply]

    #10 Dr Bear
    I’ve heard that story, and it’s worthy of a good belly laugh.

  15. Bobdog
    December 10th, 2006 at 9:40 pm [Reply]

    RMMD – I wonder if in the second panel if we’re seeing June exhibiting some sort of unconscious behavior with her hand gesture, or is she deliberately insinuating to starfish-head Niki that she’s got him by the balls.

  16. Harry Paratestes
    December 10th, 2006 at 9:43 pm [Reply]

    Hagar: I wonder why Helga never took advantage of Hagar’s illiteracy when she’s pissed at him.
    Hagar: “I’m exhausted from going off and raiding England, and I forgot to bring you anything”
    Helga: “Don’t worry, dear, have a drink from this keg of beer”
    The viewer sees that the keg is labeled “DANGER: SODIUM HYDROXIDE

  17. Harry Paratestes
    December 10th, 2006 at 9:46 pm [Reply]

    FC: Now we know the future of Jeffy: he’ll be the new Dr. Lecter when he grows up.

  18. Basil Wrathbone
    December 10th, 2006 at 9:49 pm [Reply]

    I was flipping channels and stumbled across Animal Planet and they had a show called Leave It to the Real Beavers. In the thirty seconds I dawdled over this show, I learned that, “In the human realm, the beaver still makes its presence known.” I’m not sure if it was talking about Mark Trail or not.

  19. Basil Wrathbone
    December 10th, 2006 at 9:53 pm [Reply]

    No. 3, birds of a feather, I suppose. I have an excuse, though. I have an EdD. I’m sure I could make some connection between wasting my time here and and the work I do, but why bother.

  20. Harold
    December 10th, 2006 at 9:58 pm [Reply]

    I’m pretty sure that’s the first time we’ve actually seen anyone in The Family Circus with his or her head split open. Though it’s likely that some of the members of the menagerie of the damned buried in the back yard have sustained split-open heads and worse.

    Maybe Peter Parker has been listening to some old George Carlin albums recently. “Do what you want to the girl, but leave me alone!”

    And, by the way, totally off topic, but in Marvel’s Civil War storyline, two of the most momentous events in Spider-Man’s recent life (the press conference in which he publicly revealed his identity and, later, his public statement of opposition to the Registration Act) have taken place on television. Spider-Man and television are apparently inextricably linked.

  21. Anonymous
    December 10th, 2006 at 9:58 pm [Reply]

    This RMMD had me flashing on a joke I heard as a teenager. A kid crawls in bed with his parents and somehow daddy’s car ends up in mommy’s garage. I am saddened at the level of depravity RMMD has sunk to.

  22. Cafangdra
    December 10th, 2006 at 10:06 pm [Reply]

    Totally off-topic but I’m temporarily lifting my fatwa on Lynne Johnson for her inclusion of a bottle of “Eau De Bodice” in Sunday’s FBOFW.



    That sounds dirty. I don’t know what that’s supposed to smell like. Damn it, Lynne, Fatwa back ON.

  23. Mik Holmes
    December 10th, 2006 at 10:10 pm [Reply]

    Wait a sec… Does Olive have mutton chops?! Or Princess Leia danishes…

  24. Raznor
    December 10th, 2006 at 10:10 pm [Reply]

    Wait, Doc Ock’s got them in his titanium, super strong robot arms and his method of killing them is to just toss them? What the hell?

  25. Bobdog
    December 10th, 2006 at 10:11 pm [Reply]

    MT – Rusty must have gotten into the frosted mini-wheats.

  26. Gadge Cubic, Mole Preener
    December 10th, 2006 at 10:13 pm [Reply]

    Cafangdra: Yes, in the distant past that was two posts (or five hours) ago, I also commented on the *smut* that our Canadian cartoonist is foisting off on us.

    Anyway: I think the strip would get more readers if its name were changed to “Mark Trail: Beaver Whisperer.”

  27. reader-who-posts
    December 10th, 2006 at 10:18 pm [Reply]

    Spider-Man: “Yes, honey, it was all part of my plan to save you without giving away my secret identity. What did you say? Of course that means my secret identity is more important than your life! And did you know that spiders aren’t insects?”

  28. Baby D’oh
    December 10th, 2006 at 10:23 pm [Reply]

    MT: Panel #2 — is a kid with a face like that really in a position to pass judgment on what is and isn’t alive?

  29. reader-who-posts
    December 10th, 2006 at 10:32 pm [Reply]

    MT: Did you notice that the boy transmogrifies into a man in both panels that he appears with the beaver? I don’t think that’s a coincidence.

  30. andreavis
    December 10th, 2006 at 10:42 pm [Reply]

    FC: sometimes, when your kids parrot back what you say, it can be really cute but usually it’s just disturbing– like the time my hubby opened up our son’s particularly foul diaper and exclaimed, “Oh, shit!” For a week the boy kept repeating “Ohsit! ohsit! ohsit!” especially when we were out in public places. Thel, I think, is hearing Dolly’s phrasing and thinking, “Damn, I sound like a perv– I must quit offering to ‘kiss it better’ before they call Children’s Services on my ass.”

  31. yggdrasil
    December 10th, 2006 at 10:54 pm [Reply]

    “Perfect!”, he thinks. as he is flung from the pleasant garden promenade. I would have thought either he or M.J. would have had something to *say* about it.

  32. Mike P? Mikel? I DON'T KNOW ANYMORE!
    December 10th, 2006 at 10:57 pm [Reply]

    Stan Lee should really give the reigns of “Spider-Man” to someone a bit younger and more sane.

  33. mark
    December 10th, 2006 at 10:58 pm [Reply]

    Elrod must be dipping into the archives again and using old “Mark holds an animal and talks to a man” frames, then drawing a beaver into it.

  34. Booper
    December 10th, 2006 at 11:02 pm [Reply]

    RMMD — Panel 2 That’s just June workin’ it like a claw.

  35. Decker
    December 10th, 2006 at 11:04 pm [Reply]

    “Who did you get to letter that for you?”

    Isn’t “letter” a specific verb used by graphic artists? Wouldn’t Mrs. Horrible use “write” or “spell” instead?

    So either we have a thinly veiled scene of the artist’s domestic life (with gender-switching to boot!), or further, completely unnecessary proof, that Hagar the Horrible is hackery. Unrelenting, soul-deadening hackery.

  36. Kaliflower
    December 10th, 2006 at 11:19 pm [Reply]

    Josh’s ascertion that Camp Swampy is not connected to the U.S. government in any way shape or form seems to have been confirmed in today’s strip. Dear General Halftrack, the Pentagon doesn’t send you any letters because you’re actually not part of the Army.

  37. Ben
    December 10th, 2006 at 11:19 pm [Reply]

    Now that Popeye has broken the bestiality taboo, who will be next? Here are some options:
    *Spider-Man; MJ cuts off her cowardly super “hero” husband, and Peter winds up doing things with a neighborhood dog of which he is not proud.
    *Hagar the Horrible; Hagar walks in on Qvack pleasuring Helga, drinks beer, forgets whole thing.
    *Gil Thorp; gerbils, you do the math.
    *Mark Trail; only a matter of time before Mark taps Molly’s furry ass.
    *Pluggers; actual humans drop in from some Godless big city, start interspecies swinger’s club. Nothing in Pluggerville is ever the same.

  38. Bobdog
    December 10th, 2006 at 11:24 pm [Reply]

    Nevermind Rusty — look at Mark’s hands in panel 3 — it’s as if touching the beaver caused those Trailian fists of fury to shrivel up in T Rex like vestigial appendages!

  39. Joe
    December 10th, 2006 at 11:25 pm [Reply]

    Apparently I’m the first to notice the One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest parallels in this Family Circus. Ma Keane glaring menacingly Ratched-like from afar and a reference to frontal lobotomy. All that’s left would be to have Pa Keane turn into a drunken Scatman Crothers. Come to think of it, that did happen.

  40. Lurky McLurklurk
    December 10th, 2006 at 11:36 pm [Reply]

    MT: I get it, in panels 1 and 3 Rusty is finally becoming a man. As a result, Mark needs to teach him “what to do” when you find injured beaver on the side of the road.

    And by “what to do”, I mean have deviant sex with it. Lots.

  41. Hysterical Woman
    December 10th, 2006 at 11:40 pm [Reply]

    Hagar: But apparently Helga is literate if she can read that! It was unusual during that time for women to be literate, and it’s strange that she is more educated than her husband! Thank Thor I can complain about this on the internet!

  42. Josh R.
    December 10th, 2006 at 11:53 pm [Reply]

    Oh yeah,

    In the rarified masculine world of Jack Elrod the only thing that can properly make a boy into a man is beaver. Sweet, brown, beaver tail.

    In lesson two, Mark will tell Rusty how all beavers “like a little tail slapping action”.

  43. fishmorgjp
    December 11th, 2006 at 12:27 am [Reply]

    Aaah! The Thing, the shape-shifting, alien Thing has consumed Rusty! It keeps wobbling back and forth into Rusty’s form, but Mark is too busy concentrating on beaver to notice!

  44. Dingo
    December 11th, 2006 at 1:08 am [Reply]

    OMG. Turtleboy, if you’d have been my math professor, I never would have skipped class!

    You earn the “WOOF” of the day. That lucky girl playing pocket pool with you in Tennesee.

  45. NJP
    December 11th, 2006 at 1:40 am [Reply]

    The creepiest thing about the 12/9 Family Circus is that the kids are in this cavernous white-walled room that is empty save for an ugly couch and one picture on the wall. Apparently the Keane family is living in my college apartment.

  46. Donald The Anarchist
    December 11th, 2006 at 2:06 am [Reply]

    Popeye Afunny as it would be to have a “Young Frankenstein” resolution to this, with an obviously satiated Olive Oyl ending up married to the gorilla, it’s probably just gonna be King Kong, girl abducted, high place, hero to the rescue. Yucck! What does it say about me that I prefer imagined bestiality scenarios to unoriginal ‘homages’ of recent hit movies?

    FC For some reason, I’m getting an image of a headless Billy, PJ or Jeffy, with Dolly chanting over them “There’s no boo-boo so big one of Mommy’s kisses can’t make it all better!”

  47. Poteet
    December 11th, 2006 at 2:08 am [Reply]

    #45 — NJP, bwahahahaha — nominee for COTW.

  48. Wirrrn
    December 11th, 2006 at 4:28 am [Reply]

    MARK TRAIL: I look forward to the next few panels in which Mark rapidly succumbs to Pneumonic Plague (or the more colourful Septacaemic Plague if it happens in Saturday’s Comics) and Molly explains to a feverish Rusty the dangers of handling rodents in American Nature Reserves…

    POPEYE: Well if the Cyclopean Sailor insists on personally “licking” all of Olive Oyl’s potential boyfriends (though to be fair if I had an all-spinach diet, I’d crave some man-meat before too long as well) it’s no wonder that Olive is seeking forbidden affection from the animal kingdom…

  49. Sheilagh
    December 11th, 2006 at 7:24 am [Reply]

    MW: Do condo boards typically throw people out the minute some violation is brought up? Don’t they, like, tell them to knock it off, first? Not that I’d ever live in a condo — I would purely hate having the likes of Professor Cameron telling me what to do… All the same, there’s probably some semblance of a process you have to go through. Not?

    BB: Beetle Bailey was actually mildly funny today. Huzzah!

  50. Scurvy
    December 11th, 2006 at 7:55 am [Reply]

    did anyone else ever notice that Helga is a bit of a c*nt?

  51. JEdens
    December 11th, 2006 at 8:45 am [Reply]

    The second and third panels of RMMD 12/9/06 would make a great front/back t-shirt!

  52. Mibbitmaker
    December 11th, 2006 at 8:54 am [Reply]

    MT: Rusty as man-boy-man, Trail’s shriveling hands, Molly changing sizes on the regular basis… It can now be revealed: The Lost Forrest is the site for the government’s shape-shifting experiments! Mark Trail is actually a sci-fi strip… which seems self-explanitory, really.

    HtH: Who did he get to letter that for him? Uh… Chris Browne, perhaps?

    Popeye: Well, where else do you think she found Bluto?

    RMMD: Nikki: “Let’s see… ‘Wilson…and Nolan…’ Yep, it’s them, alright!”

  53. anne
    December 11th, 2006 at 9:06 am [Reply]

    Thanks for the new euphemism, Mrs. C. That reminds me, it’s been a while since someone’s cleaned the basement…

    sorry, too much information there.

  54. jules
    December 11th, 2006 at 10:36 am [Reply]

    #46 But God help us if Olive Oyl starts singing…”Ah sweet mystery of life at last I’ve found yooooooooo…”

  55. chickadee
    December 11th, 2006 at 10:39 am [Reply]

    The librarian in Apt. 3-G looks like Jackie Kennedy, if she’d never taken off the pink suit and grown old in it, Baby Jane-style. And if she also had a monkey face.

  56. OBrien
    December 11th, 2006 at 11:27 am [Reply]

    ‘Sometimes,’ she said, ‘they threaten you with something — something you can’t stand up to, can’t even think about. And then you say, “Don’t do it to me, do it to somebody else, do it to So-and-so.” And perhaps you might pretend, afterwards, that it was only a trick and that you just said it to make them stop and didn’t really mean it. But that isn’t true. At the time when it happens you do mean it. You think there’s no other way of saving yourself, and you’re quite ready to save yourself that way. You want it to happen to the other person. You don’t give a damn what they suffer. All you care about is yourself.’

    ‘All you care about is yourself,’ he echoed.

    ‘And after that, you don’t feel the same towards the other person any longer.’

  57. Vesuvius
    December 11th, 2006 at 11:35 am [Reply]

    On Spider Man: Maybe it’s just me, but you’d think that rather than gamble his wife’s death on Doc Ock falling for whatever convoluted word game Parker’s playing, that maybe he’d say to himself that maybe, just maybe, Mary-Jane’s life is worth more to him than a secret identity. ESPECIALLY since the whole idea of the secret ID was to keep his loved ones safe… given how often they get kidnapped because of his continued photos of Spider-Man

    For that matter- why hasn’t he been willing to give up his job at the bugle (err, present story-line excluded), given how often his photos of Spider-Man get his family into near-death scrapes.

  58. RoboMax
    December 11th, 2006 at 11:45 am [Reply]

    MT: It’s obvious to me that this kid is none other than Billy Batson, transforming back and forth into his superpowered alter ego, Captain Marvel.

    FC: Am I the only one who gets the impression from the way that PJ is shielding himself with the teddy bear that “kissing it better” involves Dolly savagely beating him? And Mom just stands by and watches. Sick

    Spiderman: This strip would’ve been a million times better if Doc Ock just did as Peter said and chucked MJ off the building. Then we could watch Spiderman slowly drift into an alcohol fueled dementia, ending with him web slinging off a cliff following an intervention from Mary Worth and The Avengers.

  59. ginevra
    December 11th, 2006 at 12:38 pm [Reply]

    Next week in Spider-man: 2+2=5, and Oceania has always been at war with Eastasia.

  60. Johnny Q
    December 11th, 2006 at 1:06 pm [Reply]

    Olive Oyl should see the movie MAX MY LOVE, in which Charlotte Rampling falls in love with a chimpanzee.

  61. Tedlick
    December 11th, 2006 at 1:32 pm [Reply]

    I think the reason Rusty makes such a radical-and-obvious shift in age has to do with congress’ various “child online protection act” type laws.

    In other words, no children portrayed in gratuitous beaver shots.

  62. Tabby Lavalamp
    December 11th, 2006 at 1:35 pm [Reply]

    Ah ha! Treating gaping head wounds with nothing but a kiss? The Keene children aren’t little freaks with monstrously oversized heads after all. They’re just little freaks teetering on the brink of death with horribly infected, pus-filled craniums.

  63. Indiebass
    December 11th, 2006 at 1:59 pm [Reply]

    Is the third panel of RMMD weird to anyone else? It is a really close up view of starfish-head’s eye. Lesbian innuendo aside, are they showcasing that her eye isn’t bloodshot?

    I really hope her mom gets superpowers though… with which she can take VENGEANCE on Eight-Ball. And possibly Elvis, but hopefully not. Because somewhere, deep down- he’s Elvis.

  64. SmartPeopleOnIce
    December 11th, 2006 at 2:33 pm [Reply]

    Fortunately Mark is like a modern-day St. Francis with his animal-charming powers, although somewhat more enthusiastic about punching hillbillies in the face than the good man from Assisi.

    Don’t be so sure about that. Rumor has it St. Francis put such a wicked beat down on Tommaso da Celano that when he received the indulgence of the Porziuncola, Honorius III referred to it as the Pardon of Whoop-Assisi.

  65. Calico
    December 11th, 2006 at 2:46 pm [Reply]

    Re: Hagar and his keg – check our 12/5 strip-what is Hagar doing in the last panel? (Ahem)

  66. True Fable
    December 11th, 2006 at 2:49 pm [Reply]

    FC “And gross, his brains are all squishin’ out and he’s goin’ into seizures and there’s blood EVERYWHERE!” Well, that’s how my sister would have said it.
    And there’s traumatized PJ, terrified of the day when he falls and cracks his skull since the females of the family don’t care enough to do any serious suture work on skull injuries.
    JP June, you ignorant slut. You know good and damn well your garage has aluminum siding.

  67. True Fable
    December 11th, 2006 at 3:27 pm [Reply]

    That JP should have been RMMD

    Well, knock me down and call me Shorty. :)

  68. Nyssa23
    December 11th, 2006 at 4:36 pm [Reply]

    #64– COTW nominee. Well played, sir (or madam…I don’t want to assume anything!)

  69. Citric
    December 11th, 2006 at 8:02 pm [Reply]

    MW – Does just shouting things with no evidence actually get people kicked out of condos in the real world? Whoops, this is Mary Worth, where astroturf jackets go well with orange pants, that’s about as far from the real world as you can get.

  70. Poteet
    December 11th, 2006 at 8:34 pm [Reply]

    # 63 — Indiebass, perhaps you jest with reason, but just in case, Niki is a boy. A really strange boy.

    # 64 — SPOI, I agree with Nyssa. You honor us.

  71. compass rose
    December 11th, 2006 at 9:04 pm [Reply]

    #56 Orwell!
    Peter has the proportionate rat-phobia of a spider.

  72. cvk
    December 12th, 2006 at 12:37 am [Reply]

    Assisi? And all this time I thought it was Saint Francis from a sissy. You learn something new every day.

  73. Blueline
    December 12th, 2006 at 12:57 am [Reply]

    That beaver looks more like a sloth, which is the deadly sin I suffer from when reading through Mark Trail cartoons.

  74. Craig Shergold
    December 12th, 2006 at 1:18 am [Reply]

    “Cat People” is a much better concept for a comic strip than “Gorilla People”. Gorillaz already did it.

    What would the gorilla offspring of Olive Oyl look like?

  75. Mibbitmaker
    December 12th, 2006 at 2:17 am [Reply]

    Craig Shergold:
    What would the gorilla offspring of Olive Oyl look like?

    Imagine Nichole Ritchie as a wearwolf…

  76. Cockblocker
    December 12th, 2006 at 2:55 am [Reply]

    Well, maybe Popeye can’t lick a gorilla, but I think miss Oyl is certainly contemplating it. By which I mean she’s going to commit all sorts of ungodly acts of bestiality in some insane attempt to make Popeye jealous. If I walked in on my ex blowing a gorilla, I think ‘disgust’ and ‘horror’ would pop into my mind before jealousy.

  77. Jym Dyer
    December 12th, 2006 at 6:10 am [Reply]

    =v= Olive has “dated” outside her species before, just to make Popeye jealous. It was a recurring gag in the 1930s. Popeye has already beaten a gorilla in a boxing ring, but that was like 70 years ago, so Olive might be forgiven for forgetting about it. :-D

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    Clearly, Hagar the Horrible is imbibing from a cask of Mike’s Hard Lemonade [TM].

  86. Roger M. Wilcox
    January 20th, 2014 at 12:10 pm [Reply]

    Leaving the modern connotations of “lick” aside:

    What POSSIBLE boyfriend could Olive Oil be thinking of that Popeye couldn’t beat up? Have you seen what Popeye can do when he’s hopped up on the green stuff? He’s destroyed speeding locomotives head-on with a single punch, lifted whole houses up off their foundations, and punched Bluto all the way to the moon. Dating Superman wouldn’t be enough for Olive Oyl here!

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