Evil Squirrel’s Nest Comic #161 — 5/28/15



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Bored former 30-something who has nothing better to do with his life than draw cartoon squirrels.
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23 Responses to Evil Squirrel’s Nest Comic #161 — 5/28/15

  1. yes, I would change that location :o) butt maybe that you can be your own band with chileh in the tummy could be an argument?

  2. You’re making me laugh. I love the way they talk. HA!

  3. draliman says:

    Looks like everyone has had a swim in that chileh (coincidentally I had chileh for my tea last night). I can’t believe anyone needs incentives to eat chileh, the food of the Gods 🙂

  4. Trisha says:

    Ew, just noticed the parts protruding from the chileh! I’m with Blaze and Sulphur on this one. 🙂

  5. Did EVERYONE’s parents use the same tired lines? Did every single one of us offer to send our mashed potatoes to wherever children were starving? The logic eluded me, even when I was very young, how my eating something would keep a kid on the other side of the world from starvation.

    I never ever made my son eat. I didn’t offer him an alternative meal, but he could choose to forage for himself. He has healthy eating habits. Still hates mushrooms, eggplant, and beets. The dirt-flavored veggies.

    • I was allowed to be a fussy eater, but I heard all the good stories about all those poor, unfortunate kids who had to clean their plates. If the kids sent all their chileh to starving third world nations, it’d just end up in some fat, evil dictator’s hands…

  6. I would, by the way, really like your chili recipe. All those things popping out would certainly amuse the guests. Or make them run screaming. Either works for me.

    • Sure, but the ingredients are hard to find. I’m not sure if you can order diced unicorn bits online or not… they’re certainly not available in a brick and mortar.

  7. JackieP says:

    I had to laugh at all the ‘extra’ ingredients in the chilehs. LOL
    My parents never mentioned starving kids in some other countries. If we didn’t eat our supper, we had it for breakfast, cold. We learnt quick, to eat it and suffer now, then have to eat the same crap cold in the morning……

  8. Ohhhh, that brings back wretched memories of boiled cauliflower at Sunday dinners at my grandmother’s. It was beyond vile, but you couldn’t leave the table until you had cleaned your plate. The threats. The terror. The nastiness of cold boiled cauliflower choking down your throat when your bladder finally betrayed you and forced you to down the chilly sludge so you could dash to the bathroom with seconds to spare…

  9. gentlestitches says:

    with medication and therapy there might be hope of a recovery. Cold mashed spud to an evil dictator! LOL! 😀

  10. Buster in the chilleh makes sense. But Rainbow Donkey? That’s just cruel.

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