Nick, show some respect? That’s like asking Unity to show some restraint!
I’m not getting the last panel. Then again, most of the word substitutions fly over my head.
Take out the ‘R.’ That was my thought, at least.
“He’s got a lot of courage. …. he’s got a lot of CROCK”
Still don’t get it. “He’s got a lot of courage … of COCK!”
I mean I know what he’s *trying* to do I’m just not getting his way of arriving there.
A banging grass hill gives no crocks.
Dude, Nick… this is not how you win points with the lady.
Nick is who he is, and if you don’t like it, then that’s his problem! And also possibly yours, I suppose.
My point was more that if Virginia doesn’t like it, Nick might want to consider that a problem.
(TUNE: “Rag Doll”, The Four Seasons)
Now on Mendoza we rely to save the day!
He will survive ’cause he’s so strong and brave and gay!
He’s a … grass hill!
What a … grass hill!
Yeah, that fighting geek
Learned from ancient “Greek”!
Now Nick, be nice! Take my advice and please don’t scoff!
Vir-gin-ia’s not turned on, so she’ll just turn you off!
For that … grass hill,
Flaming … grass hill,
Cleans the zombies’ clock
‘Cause he’s full of crock!
That hill of grass will hold the pass!
And of course, now he can’t warn her when something nasty shows up, or a new label….
“Hush now, Nick.”
“No, seriously, slagpile-fracking crocodiles!”
Makes me think of my Navy days – Say what you mean – punctuate w/ a smart-remark. A habit I still maintian today w/people I get along well with.
I’m pretty sure I’ve only ever seen the “…OF COCK” joke on one website: the A.V. Club. Is Nick a regular poster there?
He is, as her people say, [CROCK]strong and headsure. …or is it the other way around?
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