Evil Squirrel’s Nest Comic #165 — 6/25/15

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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 #165 — 6/25/15

  1. OMG you know my parents? I remember this embarrassing moments when we played outside and my mom was glued to the window…she also ruined the hide&seek while telling me the hiding spots of my friends…Erin, run away from home and join the feral squirrels…

  2. Ally Bean says:

    This does seem to be the way the world works now. But the real question is: who is watching the grandparents? Huh?

  3. JED says:

    Wow. Eight years old and she wants to play outside? What’s this world coming to when the kids abandon their tablets and computers for playing in the yard?

  4. goldfish says:

    The possum clown is just about the creepiest thing I’ve ever seen.

  5. Mental Mama says:

    Sooo very true. Someone has to make sure she doesn’t drink the kool-aid. 🙂

  6. Trisha says:

    It’s crazy how much things have changed safety-wise. As a kid, I was driven around without a seatbelt and was allowed to roam the woods alone for hours at a time and I survived. There were known creeps around too but they weren’t as scary as possum clown!

  7. Your comic makes me love Thursdays! I just love your sense of humor… and perspective on the world. You tell it, Brother!

  8. Merbear74 says:

    I’m with Goldfish…terrifying.

  9. There must be something wrong with me. I always encouraged the kid — and the grandkid — to go out and do stuff on their own. My mother did the same to me. Maybe it’s a bad gene, you think? My mother did NOT come out to watch me. I think the moment I was out of sight, she set up her easel and painted something 🙂

    • My parents both worked odd hours when me and my sisters were growing up, so we were frequently encouraged to get lost from a young age. And we’re all here to talk about it today. Oh yeah, I know, but a few kids didn’t make it, so everyone must suffer. Sigh….

  10. Well I am sitting here trying to work but with a phone beside me because I told my son he must call when his party is over so I can collect him. “Trams are not safe after dark” said I.
    After seeing the evil, lurking, clown possum, I know I am right! cue helicopter sound effects!
    😀

  11. draliman says:

    Kids never really grow up in their parents’ eyes.
    Though with that dude at the window, I think some supervision is a good idea.

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