It’s What’s For Dinner

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Oh, that’s some real pleasant imagery there, Holly. I guess Westview doesn’t have a dry cleaner shop, which isn’t really too surprising given what these idiots wear on a daily basis. Suddenly the Winkerbeans are like a low-budget “Lockhorns”, something absolutely no one anywhere was clamoring for. Sigh.

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13 responses to “It’s What’s For Dinner

  1. J.J. O'Malley

    Ha, ha. It’s funny because people over the age of 60 are forgetful slobs who can no longer take care of themselves and become large, wrinkly toddlers who need bibs when they eat in public.

    All this week. our title protagonist, ladies and gentlemen.

    • Epicus Doomus

      There’s already a cure for old age in the Funkyverse…smoking cigarettes. It worked out OK for Morton.

    • Mr. A

      It’s really a disgusting mental image. The mixture of half-chewed food and saliva oozing out of Funky’s mouth… Why did you
      have to pick the word “dribble”, Batiuk? “Spill” is a perfectly serviceable verb, and probably closer to what you meant anyway!

  2. William Thompson

    “Well, let’s go someplace I can get some new stains. I hear the Pig ‘n’ Whistle is serves a mean dish of roasted shrew.”

  3. Banana Jr. 6000

    And this is the note Funky Winkerbean has chosen to end the year on. The title character dribbling food on himself in a formal setting. Okay then.

  4. billytheskink

    No one but you is going to notice that Funky didn’t wear his dinner jacket to Toxic Taco, Holly… just like no one is going to mistake Funky for Bobby Knight no matter how much he tries to dress like him.

  5. Count of Tower Grove

    Looks like Holleee got her hair done for New Year’s Eve party in Gasoline Alley.

  6. Gerard Plourde

    I’m guessing that we’re seeing more evidence of how much TomBa hates the title of the strip and, by extension, the title character. From Holly’s observation, Funky is either a total slob or is experiencing serious fine motor problems.

  7. They Might Be Giants did it better with “Dinner Bell”