It is either Ian or a giant bee.
Today's full strip
"I'll huff, and I'll puff, and I'll blow yer door down! And if that doesn't work, I'll blast me bagpipe at ye!"
Ian and his gang of killer bees are really out of control. Can't wait to see how Mary turns them away.
"Tonight on 4th grade theater..."
Mary will hand Ian a piping hot, fresh out of the oven Kelk casserole to hold in his bare hands.. Then she will quote from her Big Gray Book of Platitudes until he forgets what he came for.
Candy Gram.... Uh... just a dolphin, ma'am.
Thank God the doorknobs are clean. I bet she'll be polishing the sweat stains off the exterior knob again. In reality, does it make sense in any way to need a "break" from your mate, male or female, and then stay with someone in your same development? I imagine they're a floor apart or maybe a building apart or so. Still, I think Toby wants to be found by the old huff and puff. It's not right to put Mary in the middle of this, because Ian was bound to find out and the situation was bound to escalate. What's next.....calling in those two who formed a "great team" to give Ian the hearty Hi Ho?????
Hahahahaha at the land shark reference, Darth Curt! For crying out loud, Toby, grow up. Mary, boot her out!
Ha! Great minds, etc: This great visual mash from Lumaca Morente on Comics Curmudgeon:https://www.flickr.com/photos/32890005@N07/21081297534/in/dateposted-public/One other comment, if Wilbur Weston ever visits this blog, how will he ever get past the food based verification stage?
Best comments ever! Wish I'd said them.
Mary's passive-aggressive comment of the day:"There, there, dear. Ian's already heard you talking, so there's no point. Ian, I'll put on a pot of tea. I just made blueberry muffins. Let's all sit and have a chat!"
Buzz, Buzz, Buzz;Buzz, Buzz, Buzz;Shake your booty!Shake your booty!
I have to wonder about anyone who keeps ringing a doorbell (buzzer) when they've already been told they can't come in. Apparently Ian isn't used to getting his way. I guess this means Toby's maturity as a 13 year old wins out over Ian's maturity of a 2 year old. And Mary's great advice: 'consider it'. Brilliant! And oh-so supportive.
I meant NOT getting his way.
If the BUZZ BUZZ BUZZ turns out to be a giant buzz saw and next week gives us Ian crashing through the door like Nicholson in "The Shining," I will write Moy and Giella a thank-you letter.
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