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Friday, December 14, 2007

MORE Unnecessary Cartoon Violence


I just said in the comments on the previous post that Cul de Sac isn't some baggy-pants big-foot slapstick fest, and here's another instance of unnecessary cartoon violence. So maybe it is a baggy-pants big-foot slapstick fest, and I just hadn't realized it. This is the penultimate panel of today's cartoon, right after Alice slammed into her mother's new Christmas sweater. More tomorrow!

3 comments:

CHB said...

She's fortunate she hit it straight on. A Christmas sweater like that - you hit at just the right angle - the surface abrasions could leave a life-long scar.

richardcthompson said...

That happened to the brother of the best friend of the niece of my sisiter-in-law's neighbor's oldest kid. He still winks funny.

Mike said...

Why don't men get Christmas sweaters like that? Is this another case of blatant holidayan discrimination?