I don't think I've ever heard Mary Worth sound more menacing than at this particular moment. She softly kisses chin napkin, as if to say, "Forgive me," before unleashing her fury on the poor, pathetic Wilbur Weston.
Today's Full Strip
Be afraid. Be very afraid.
Be sure to visit the Comics Curmudgeon today (http://joshreads.com/) with links to some of the hilarious doings of Tommy, the jailbird - from 9 years ago! It will prepare you for the doosie of a story that no doubt lays ahead!
Actual plot development on a Sunday? This is an exceedingly rare occurrence, and I'm sure we're in for a really gripping sequence of events, wherein Mary's meddling results in the complete reform of Iris' son....I'm dreaming, aren't I?
How can they have so much detritus on their plates from one little sandwich?
Wasn't St. Mary the Magnificent only supposed to fill in for Wilbur of Sandwich temporarily while he did the survivor article?? When did she think she was appointed permanent 'Ask Wendy' writer?? Oh, silly me... Mary is better than anyone else at this kind of thing so it was just a given that once SHE took over, it would be clear who the TRUE 'ask Wendy' SHOULD be!Yes, Mary and her delusions of adequacy strike again!
I don't think I have ever seen anyone in real life use their napkin the way people do in the Worthiverse. It's a napkin, not a hand puppet!
Wilbur is married? Why didn't Iris go on that fabulous Italian vacay with Dawn and him? Maybe I haven't been reading Mary Worth long enough & don't know about this mystery wife. Sorry about the separation, Wilbur, but life is brutal.
My dad isn't married. Iris was just his main squeeze. And, you know, I didn't get taken along on the fabulous Italian vacation, either. (In thought balloon:) "Groan!"
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