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I was already laughing as soon as I saw the title and Mullet Boss. Silly MB, he should know most theaters offer free refills if you get a large.
"42 ounces is a medium cup"
Y'see, I'd like to be confident that that's a joke, but I've seen too many ridiculous portion sizes in America to be willing to put any money on that...
Whenever Panel 2 gets me cracking up, I worry about 3 being "gold." No worries this time.
Sadly, I am not surprised that MB would oil himself up with butter oil. Who else cannot erase the image of him, shirtless, with that cat?!
This is another of those cultural-difference instances where we in the UK don't really understand what the comic is about but still find it very funny.
Firstly, we don't get free refills of anything in this country. And secondly, I have no idea what butter-flavoured oil is for or why you would be able to pick some up in a theatre!
Agree with Lummox JR: I laughed *before* the first frame. This comic is above your standards. It could only be improved by the claim "Based on actual events."
It's surprising what will make sense to you once you start down a particular path...
Don't ever wrestle with a pig in the mud, because sooner or later, you'll realize that the pig enjoys it.Mullet Boss being the pig in this case.
A refill on a 42 onces (1250 ml) !?!?. Only in America!
He should have opted for the 6000 ounce large size.
Hahahahaha teehee bahaha
That is all
Keep your shirts on, Britain. Here in America our drink sizes are so large because we like to fill them first with a magical thing called "ice." It's sugar free.
@Rick.Butter flavored oil is basically a topping for popcorn to make it buttery without having to shell out the dough for actual butter. Can't stand the stuff myself, but then again I don't buy anything foold-like at the theatre myself.
The comic. Gold.
FYI, you just got click through revenue on about $600 of law textbooks.
I did NOT see that coming. And I wish I hadn't seen it at all. Buttery-oil covered mullet - ew.
I can't think of a movie I'd rather watch than a greased-up Mullet Boss being chased around a theatre lobby by a gang of surly nineteen-year-olds.
I think "How to Watch Mistakes Compound" needs to be a reoccurring theme. You have hit on a golden topic my friend.