Evil Squirrel’s Nest Comic #201 — 3/3/16

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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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26 Responses to Evil Squirrel’s Nest Comic #201 — 3/3/16

  1. Blaze for President! She has the skills we need to make Amurrica great again! No, really. She does!

  2. 1jaded1 says:

    Nice selfie badge…just another new fangled 21st century value.

  3. I really wanted to reblog this, but my reblog function is kaput. I suppose I’m going to have to get help to fix it. Oh bother.

    • I’m trying to remember the last time I reblogged a post…. I’m thinking it’s been a few months. Not sure what would be wrong other than the usual WordPress stupidity. Maybe they didn’t like my idea for the Reblog Hop when I was coming up with crazy blog challenges…

  4. Quick quick, someone rescue the pigadillo before it’s too late! 😀

  5. Ally Bean says:

    Good one. Pity when I was in Scouts such behavior was looked down upon. Think of what a success I could have become if I’d earned a badge for: Rationalization about the Manipulation of People in a Business Setting. My badges leaned more toward: Campfire Cooking & Scrapbooking. So not useful in real life.

    • I don’t know about campfire cooking… but the restaurant me and my Dad used to eat at weekly was across the street from the local convention center, and do you know what was hands down the most attended event of the year? The scrapbooking fair. This is a suburban setting and people would be parked from here to Timbuktu for it (And that was just the Friday morning crowd!) It may not be useful, but it sure is popular!

      • Ally Bean says:

        Yes, I know it’s a thing. But the truth is I found scrapbooking to be too fussy and narcissistic for me. HOWEVER, the good leaders of my troop made sure I could do it, should I need to.

  6. draliman says:

    Yay Blaze, bringing essential modern values such as laziness and fast-talking to the Scouts. Good on her!

  7. Quirky Girl says:

    Those business and marketing skills are paying off big time already!

    Although this might not exactly be what the founding scout masters (or whatever the heck they’re called) had in mind a zillion years ago. 😀

  8. Trisha says:

    I’m with the other two squirrels (I can’t think of their names right now.) In my brief stint as a Girl Scout, my mom drug me from house to house for hours on end and I never ended up with any trophies or badges, only emotional scars from facing so much irritation and rejection!

    Poor Rainbow Donkey missing his back legs for the sake of Unicorn Wafers!

    • The lucky girls just have their parents do all the selling at work for them so they can play video games and read Facebook all day long. There’s almost always at least one kids organization fundraising form hanging out in the break room at work at any given time. Make the kids sell their own Unicorn Wafers!

      Had I not already worked in Buster, I’d have probably cut and paste Play Doh Buster on that box using Easy’s gingerbread idea!

  9. You had to call them Nest 69, didn’t you?

  10. Ladybuggz says:

    Gee did this have anything to do with Chis Rocks begging the Oscar crowd to buy his daughters” Girl Scout Cookies??” I couldn’t imagine how all the other girls would feel, I don’t think it was right, and by the answer Blaze gave, she was a bit “Trumpish” !! ( I just made up a new word)!!

    • Definitely not the inspiration since I don’t watch the Oscars… but I was assaulted by salesscouts at the bowling alley last Friday night which had the subject fresh on my mind. You better copyright that new word before The Donald beats you to the punch and bars you from ever using it again!

  11. Hmm……maybe the Squirrel Scouts should have some kind of contest with the Cat Scouts (Sam’s a Scout there)…..on the other hand – it could be a bloodbath…..NEVER MIND! I used to HATE doing the cookie thing when I was a Scout. Never liked knocking on strangers doors trying to push cookies (or anything else!). No sense of adventure? Oh no – I had plenty of that beyond Scouts!!!

    Pam

    • I didn’t like participating in those stupid school fundraisers when I was a kid. The neighborhood I lived in, a lot of the people just took advantage of your naivety and innocence anyway (How about you give me three of those candy bars now and I’ll pay for them next week when I get paid! Sound like a deal, kid?)….

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