Thursday, March 3, 2011

Tender moments

I have been told that sometimes my cartoons border on the tasteless
 and that some are inappropriate for children.
 They especially do not care for this particular cartoon.

 All I can say is...Picky, picky, picky!

I do not draw for children! I draw for me!
Besides, how can this be inappropriate?
Because it deals with eating children?
Ask yourself that same question when you are munching
 that tasty piece of tender veal! 
Point of view my friends!


Dave Stancliff said...

It looks like those crocs are going for duck treats.

I say that because there's ducks on the bank,and they are using duck decoys...therefore
they are not hunting children you Sicko!

On the other hand, if the crocs had children decoys on their heads, it would be a good indicator they thought children were tasty. And heck...maybe they are!

Tom Holloway said...

I am understandably concerned at how little you know of the habits of gator disguises. Thats right! They are gators! Few people are aware of how talented gators are at disguising themselves as other species. Let us address the subject that is paramount in this discussion.
People would be less likely to find still, inanimate "children" floating on top of the water, cute.
But Ducks on the other hand are known for their lazy, lacadaisical attitude toward boyancy. They float toward the little darlings until the gator, attached to the bottoms of the "duckoys" (a word I just made up) attack.

I hope, dear sir, that this corrction does not ruin a relationship that has survived all these years. I understand that you are well versed and knowledgable on many things "Nature", and I could be wrong but I would be a real poopie-head if I let this glaring inaccuracy go uncontested.
Thank you for your patience and understanding in this matter.

Tom Holloway said...

I am aware of the incorrect spellings that slipped passed