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Monday, September 20, 2010

Today's Cul de Sac, From September 13 To 18, 2010

Here's another lightning round sprint through the week that was in Cul de Sac.
When I was a kid we had a couple of the Time-Life nature books, Evolution and The Mammals, and one of them had a photo of a pangolin that always stuck with me for no good reason. Pangolins are poorly represented in popular culture, which is unusual as nature is so limited and popular culture is so all-encompassing. So, needing a new animal for Alice's favorite-of-the-moment, I grabbed a pangolin.

This is all true, really.

So is this. Go outside and try it.

Alice and her Grandma have long had issues, probably because they're so much alike.

I like yards with knicknacks and ornaments, especially in a neighborhood where they don't fit in. To show rather than tell, here's a panel from an upcoming Sunday strip-

3 comments:

The Bug said...

I absolutely LOVE the face Alice makes when she says "lin" after yelling Pango Pango Pango - it's so cute! Boy she's high maintenance LOL.

beeblism said...

Is it a coincidence that Big Shirley is also the name of Ghostface Killah's shotgun?

Patrick said...

So that's who Alice inherited her hair from. I hadn't noticed before! Good ol' Granny.