Comics 12/1

Pondus
by Frode Øverli
Pondus comic strip. Text below.

— Man! That was a disastrous shift! Please tell me you’ve made dinner!
— I have, my lady! I have indeed!
— And please don’t tell me I’ll hear the microwave ping any second!
— Hello! What do you take me for?
— Ah
— You are good!
— Thanks! My pleasure!
— Sweet, Dad! Nice work!

 

Lunch
by Børge Lund
Lunch comic strip. Text below.

— …Which suggests that we should bet everything on one card!
— Rather on the contrary!
— On the contrary? That makes no sense?
— On the contrary! On the contrary can be used for everything.
— On th… Argh! You’re just saying that to avoid saying something!
— On the contrary! And if I’m not mistaken, you want to say on the contrary right now!
— On th…
— Like that, yes! Let yourself go!

 

Hjalmar
by Nils Axle Kanten
Hjalmar comic strip. Text below.

— So, you got an iPhone and became as nutty as the rest of the Apple Disciples!
— You do nothing but whine about how fancy they are!
— I can do very well without that snobbish Apple stuff.
— Bah, snobbish! It’s about function, design, and esthetics!
~ That guy has no class!

 

Han Ola og Han Per
by Peter J. Rosendahl, with new translations by John Erik Stacy
Han Ola og Han Per comic strip.

— My goodness, Per, Cleopatra has gone!
— Caesar is gone too!
— Good gracious, someone has taken our car!
— Oh, ma! Here’s a note that Aunt Cleopatra left on the table. She says that she and Caesar have eloped.

 

 

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