Man, I haven't had a sweet pickle since elementary school. I used to have my mom pack them in my lunch for me. I loooooooved sweet pickles. Forget that dill pickle crap -- sweet is where it's at, baby.
My mom used to tell me that I shouldn't eat more than one at a time because they'd make me sick. I believed her, 'cuz, dude, my mom. But is that true, or did she just not want me to eat up the whole damn jar in a day? I've asked around and nobody seems to know of this bit of pickle trivia. (Though, I'm the only person in the world who likes sweet pickles, so chances are people wouldn't know anyway.)
Well, it's been 15 years, and I bought myself a jar of sweet pickles. You know. The tiny ones. The serving size says 4. I want to eat as many of these as I can and see if I do, in fact, get sick. Unfortunately, I've had this jar since yesterday, and this bit of parental programming from my formative years still has a deathgrip on my psyche. I've had about 6 since last night, but not more than one at a time. Can I, in fact, break through this childhood taboo, disobey my parents, and find out if they were right or wrong after all?
Okay, so I fibbed. THIS is the last installment to It's Walky! $100 Theatre. Yesterday was a total fake-out.
God, I'm evil.
Keep tuning in. "Walky & Joyce," the sequel to It's Walky!, will begin soon. But it's not exactly what you think...
Today Graham and I went to PONDEROSA. Yes. PONDEROSA. I haven't been to Ponderosa in like a decade. And it was awesome. We both had Kabob-orama, which is the best name for anything ever, because it's two hilarious-sounding words thrown together in an unholy marriage of absurdity. Also, in their dessert area of the buffet, they have PIE. Fuckin' PIE, man. French silk. Dude.
Man, so I start cooking. Y'know, I boiled some water and just put in macaroni noodles. And NOW I suddenly have to take a crap. And there's no way to take one quick enough that I'll be done before the noodles are and id don't kwnoe if isd can ohold it slthaslkd;s
Some of you may have noticed an ad featuring Joyce the past few days. If you want a custom-made ad involving one of my or another Blank Label Comics strip's characters, don't hesitate to ask! We do charge extra, but the enchanced click-through rate makes it all worthwhile. We do, of course, reserve the right to deny any ad -- we don't want to end up endorsing things like Nazis or Full House. Or Filthy Lies. My bad on that one.
Yes, the comic strip is back to the usual MWF update this week. I do plan another 5-dayer next week, however. It will be surreal. Babies will cry.