Evil Squirrel’s Nest Comic #261 — 4/27/17

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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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18 Responses to Evil Squirrel’s Nest Comic #261 — 4/27/17

  1. Generosity. THAT was her big mistake! You try to do them a favor and look what happens? Tragedy. just freaking TRAGEDY!

    • I have yet to take a baseball bat to a Coupon Fairy, but I’ve probably thrown away a million dollars in expired and non-expired coupons they leave behind over my 19 years in retail. I say let no good deed go unpunished…

  2. no good deed goes unpunished :o)

  3. draliman says:

    No good deed goes unpunished, as they say. Though I’l take a few of those chileh coupons. I’m sure Mecca brand chileh is far superior to my home made stuff.

  4. Ally Bean says:

    While grocery shopping I occasionally see a coupon wedged in among some cans or jars, but I didn’t know the coupons were gifts from the Coupon Fairy. Yet another example of a gap in my education. I’ll respect the tradition more now that you’ve explained it to me. Always learning something here.

    • That would be where they come from. If the coupons are perfectly placed and still valid, they are gifts from the Coupon Fairy. If they are dumped in large random piles and expired, then they are droppings from the Coupon Troll. Both creatures hoard coupons from print and internet sources… the difference is the Coupon Fairy does so as seen above to pay forward savings that otherwise wouldn’t be used, while the Coupon Troll intends only to use their massive coupon bounty for themselves… purging their dead coupons as they sort through their enormous coupon archive while they shop. Both are nuisances to store employees who are charged with keeping areas clean, as piles of coupons slipped onto counters look like singles slipped into a stripper’s G string and must be removed…

      I just realize I’ve made a lot of weird analogies here….

  5. Trisha says:

    I was unaware of the existence of the Coupon Fairy! She’s none too bright if she thinks printing out a coupon can save any money. My printer can print out about three documents before its massively expensive ink cartridges run dry.

    • I hardly print anything on my printer anymore and the ink cartridge button is lit up on it. How many octopi need to die to print out a basket full of coupons? Apparently, too many…

      • Trisha says:

        Mine has been low on ink for awhile. Maybe if I put the empty ink cartridge under my pillow the Coupon Fairy will bring me a $10 off coupon for a new one….

  6. Don’t stop with the weird analogies as mentioned above – I’m not the only one who likes your weird analogies! I’m glad to know that there is a coupon fairy though – I was devastated when I learned there was no tooth fairy so at least I have the coupon fairy to cling to!

    Pam

  7. Ouch. My mom used to accidentally drop coupons and send us kids all over the store to find them. She’d get so angry when someone would “steal” one of her coupons. So coupon fairy or not, I never take stray coupons.

  8. I don’t think we have a coupon fairy in the UK…

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