I’ll Adeela In

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It’s Return Of Son Of Son Of Garbage Week as 2019 finally almost draws to a merciful close. In today’s dreary installment, Adeela takes a pizza order from one of those sub-cretinous comic book imbeciles up the stairs in that fetid reeking “store” of theirs and wonders why architects with degrees from the local community college don’t seem to be in high demand right now. She’s in the Westview pizza mafia now and you know their oath…”sauce in, sauce out”. It’s really easy to GET a job at Montoni’s, leaving that job is another matter entirely. Historically speaking, 90% of the time you end up on the can or in Bedside Manor, but the perks (free pizza, financial leverage over the local comic book concern) can’t be beat.


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24 responses to “I’ll Adeela In

  1. billytheskink

    Now there’s an address that Montoni’s old redlining software would have flagged.

  2. William Thompson

    Ask Adeela to enter Komix Korner? That place is so haram nobody will enter it!

  3. Banana Jr. 6000

    “Actually, I’ll come downstairs to pick it up. Can you call my name when it’s ready? Amanda Hugenkiss.”

    • William Thompson

      “Very well. I am off-shift now, but Wall-Eye is here. Be gentle with him. He is seeing smelly, bearded terrorists everywhere and they make him violent.”

  4. William Thompson

    “Upstairs? Oh, then you must be the Head of the Skunk!”

    “That’s me! How did you guess?”

    “Because your partner, al-Beardo, is so spaced out not even NASA can find him!”

  5. William Thompson

    The toilets in Westview must be highly educational, because the town is filled with smart-asses.

  6. Gerard Plourde

    So has Jon and Becky’s marriage broken up? Is that why he’s hanging out at the store and ordering pizza at night?

    • Banana Jr. 6000

      No, it’s another one of those Westview marriages where they’re always seen with their scene partner and never with their spouse, whom they have zero chemistry with anyway. DSH John and Becky, Les and Cayla, the late Bull and Linda. In this loveless world, Funky and Holly seem downright affectionate.

    • Professor Fate

      It’s too much to hope for. Still I like the idea. It’s the romantic is me I guess.

    • Perfect Tommy

      I thought Becky was still sleeping on a cot in the band room.

    • Charles

      It can’t be Gross John! Gross John wouldn’t order a pizza with everything on it. The only vegetable he can stand is PEPPERoni!

      Laugh, God damn you.

      Anyway, I suspect Batiuk’s memory about his own strip is worse than mine, not that this awful one-off strip is ever going to matter anyway.

  7. And Funky Winkerbean prepares to exit 2019 the same way it entered: with a huge bored yawn.

  8. Pretty sure I called this yesterday 😄

  9. Paul Jones

    Another week lost watching people jabber about non-issues. It’s called inept writing.

    • Saturnino

      And inept drawing. Did you see how lousy those bricks are drawn today?

      THOSE used to be a matter of PRIDE for Bathack.

  10. Count of Tower Grove

    No one said they wanted a pizza for delivery. That said, stick DSH John with a delivery charge.

  11. sgtsaunders

    I’m betting it’s Batman Jon up there who has run away from Lefty wit a quickness since Dinkle followed her home and started sleeping at the foot of their bed.

  12. Don

    Sounds like a chance to test how all-weather the delivery drone is

  13. Epicus Doomus

    I wonder if this one is the only “all-Adeela” strip ever? Usually she’s with Wally, I don’t know if she’s ever had a strip all to herself.

  14. Double Sided Scooby Snack

    “Heer eez yore peeza. Pleez wait twentee second after I leev to open. Dank yoo.”

    “Mmmmmm pizza!”


    (Last panel is black.)


  15. Double Sided Scooby Snack

    From the K*nt State Alumni Newsletter:

    Adillydilly – BS Architecture, 2019 – Floor sweeper, table clearer, and pizza delivery engineer for Montoni’s Pizza, East Bumfuck, Ohio.

  16. Banana Jr. 6000

    Thanks for updating the header image. Obviously, I’m going to have a lot to say about tomorrow’s strip.

    • Charles

      Nah, that’s from the first strip of 2011. I can’t remember a whole lot of minutia from nine years ago, but part of me will never forget Les running off in the middle of a New Year’s Party where two women were chasing after him romantically to engage in a psychotic episode with his dead wife.