I love the reference to the McRib, isn't it discontinued?
"Yeah, so are your pants."
The Universal Comeback.
HI-larious! I started laughing just at reading the title! Thanks for teaching me how to "class it up" when eating steak!
The cut on her hand in panels 1 and 2 implies she's recently been in a utensil-related fight. The fork is raised, teeth are bared in panel 4.
I deduct that in panel 5 there will be blood. warm, warm blood. Panel 6, the salt is applied.
Know what would make it even better? If you had scott wear that robe he wore in that comic where he takes his enemy to gentleman club.
I seem to be the only person in my family who enjoys ketchup on any meat or meat-related product. I don't understand, I mean, it's so delicious!
Oh thanks a lot. You've successfully thrown me off of ketchup (or catsup, if you're really classy) for a while. All I'll be able to think of is.....warm.
the ketchup packets aren't free anymore. You only get like three then have to pay for extras.
Who could say no to an offering of warm salt!
Dear lord I have not laughed that hard in a while. I do enjoy your fFunnies a great deal, sir. Brilliant!
Testing Testing... Anyone here? I would like some warm ketchup and salt.
well, most of what comes out of my pants is warm and salty
Does Missy have new glasses?
um, EW! NO ONE WANTS TO KNOW THAT!
Scott, top notch comic, dude! Keep on truckin'!
@deismo And red, like catsup.
Wonderful post... Very informational and educational as usual!
Preamble: I love ketchup. I place this wonderfully versatile condiment on many items, some of which confuse and disgust the upper class gentry I must occasionally interact with outside of the home (such as my in-laws). For instance: scrambled eggs, which is not entirely uncommon so I'm told. More uncommon: Macaroni and Cheese. Don't judge me.
Anyway, due to the strong social pressures exerted on me by my wife, outside of our home I have had to forgo the use of ketchup on many dishes. Specifically those including chicken, steak, turkey, or fish. Now, while I have become accustomed to dining without the boon of my favorite red sauce, I unvaryingly end up leaning over to my wife and utter the following, "This is pretty good, but do you know what would make it better?"
My wife always guesses the following, "You shutting up?"
omg... this was just... awesome.
Oh, man...your comics crack me up. Soooo many times with the laughing out loud...just want to thank you for the repeated tickles to my funny bone. "...warm, warm pants heat..." Hilarious!
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