Leprechaun

Cidu Bill on Oct 11th 2017

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Filed in Bill Bickel, CIDU, Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal, Zach Weiner, comics comic strips, humor | 28 responses so far

28 Responses to “Leprechaun”

  1. Ron Oct 11th 2017 at 12:11 am 1

    I thought this one was obvious. He wished for a 2-foot-long penis.

  2. Mona Oct 11th 2017 at 12:19 am 2

    It’s a good thing the leprechaun isn’t hard of hearing (like the genie) or he would have put the tiny piano on their credit card.

  3. Singapore Bill Oct 11th 2017 at 12:21 am 3

    Yes, it seems pretty obvious that he wished for a big wang. I’m not sure how what he wished for is not her business, though. I don’t think they have a very good marriage. Probably because he has driven them into debt responding to all that penis enlargement spam he gets.

    It’s sad that, at his age, he doesn’t know that a pile of money would be much more effective at getting him women.

  4. James Pollock Oct 11th 2017 at 02:03 am 4

    “I thought this one was obvious. He wished for a 2-foot-long penis.”

    If he’d just asked for a “2 foot penis”, he wouldn’t have needed new pants, just new shoes.

  5. Fluffy Bunny Slippers Oct 11th 2017 at 04:41 am 5

    Honey, you know that dream you had of having it in both ends at the same time? Well, dream no longer as this is a grower, not a shower.

  6. Carl Oct 11th 2017 at 06:44 am 6

    The “none of your business” part adds to the humor for me. Husband was all excited about his new acquisition until Wife asked her question–he was ready to have her join his glee. Then he realized her reaction would be negative and backed off from joyful recounting to “Shut up, I’m not talking about it.”

  7. Terrence Feenstra Oct 11th 2017 at 07:05 am 7

    A shame he didn’t meet a genie, then he’d have two wishes left. What would he wish for?

  8. BeckoningChasm Oct 11th 2017 at 10:22 am 8

    His comment just seems odd to me. I think it might work better if his line was something like “Um….no” or “I went in a different direction” or something other than “That’s none of your business.”

  9. Cidu Bill Oct 11th 2017 at 10:47 am 9

    The fact that he’d asked for a freakishly big penis was a given: it’s the rest of it that doesn’t compute.

  10. John Small Berries Oct 11th 2017 at 10:55 am 10

    It computes for me. She was excited at the thought that her significant other might have wished for them to be rich - or at least out of debt, and finally able to realize plans that they’d made together. Her expression of this excitement forced him to realize how selfish his actual wish had been, and he reacted poorly.

    The bonus panel shows that as a result of his selfishness, he actually increased their debt as well.

  11. chakolate Oct 11th 2017 at 05:57 pm 11

    I’m feeling kinda nit-picky, but what the yell is he going to do with that? I mean, unless he has a mare?

  12. James Pollock Oct 11th 2017 at 06:45 pm 12

    “I’m feeling kinda nit-picky, but what the yell is he going to do with that?”

    Win bar bets.

  13. Kevin Oct 11th 2017 at 07:23 pm 13

    It would have been funnier if he had a little 12 inch pianist standing next to him.

  14. Carl Oct 11th 2017 at 07:49 pm 14

    “I’m feeling kinda nit-picky, but what the yell is he going to do with that? I mean, unless he has a mare?”

    Use both hands?

  15. Mark in Boston Oct 11th 2017 at 09:38 pm 15

    Win bar bets? He can’t hide it long enough to place the bet.

  16. James Pollock Oct 11th 2017 at 10:21 pm 16

    “Win bar bets? He can’t hide it long enough to place the bet.”

    He can bet on whether or not there’s proof that leprechauns exist.

  17. Mona Oct 12th 2017 at 02:37 pm 17

    “There once was a man from Nantucket…”

  18. Mark in Boston Oct 12th 2017 at 11:50 pm 18

    “He can bet on whether or not there’s proof that leprechauns exist.”

    So he went to the bar and won the bet and got a lot of free drinks.

    When he went into the men’s room he saw a little man all dressed in green who said, “Oh, ye caught me! Now I have to give you me pot o’ gold. But before I can do that, ye have to **** me **** *** and let me **** **** **** right here in the stall.

    So he did, and after they cleaned up he said “So where’s the pot of gold?”

    The little man in green said “Aren’t ye a bit old to be believin’ in leprechauns?”

  19. Kilby Oct 13th 2017 at 04:05 am 19

    Given the comic with which this thread started, it is not surprising that the taste of the humor in the comments is going downhill from there.

  20. Mark in Boston Oct 13th 2017 at 10:20 pm 20

    There’s no downhill from there.

  21. charles barnes Oct 14th 2017 at 12:55 am 21

    I’m with Carl, in that the sudden change of tone from happy and loquacious to angrily trying to end the conversation improves the cartoon, turns it into more than just a sight gag.

  22. Kilby Oct 14th 2017 at 10:05 am 22

    @ MiB (20) - Which makes this thread somewhat of a remarkable linguistic, logistic, and geometric accomplishment. Not that it’s anything to be pround of.

  23. Kilby Oct 14th 2017 at 10:06 am 23

    P.S. Nor is my typing.

  24. Mark in Boston Oct 14th 2017 at 07:22 pm 24

    @Kilby (22) - You should see some of the things that I AM proud of.

  25. Christine Oct 14th 2017 at 09:30 pm 25

    “I’m feeling kinda nit-picky, but what the yell is he going to do with that? I mean, unless he has a mare?”

    You *clearly* don’t understand the point of a penis. (What with it being the same comic and all, I felt it needed to be said.)
    http://smbc-comics.com/index.php?db=comics&id=1910#comic

  26. Boise Ed Oct 15th 2017 at 02:15 am 26

    As long as we’re talking about such things: I was watching a hockey game on TV recently when, after a goal, the announcer said “I think Boedker might’ve had a piece of it.” The closed-captioning, though, said “… might have had a penis …” This seems to confirm my suspicion that closed-captioning on live sports events is automated.

  27. Kilby Oct 15th 2017 at 08:25 am 27

    @ Christine (25) - Perhap Oblio has a point on his, but for the rest of us, I think that would be an sure indication for elective corrective surgery.

  28. mitch4 Oct 15th 2017 at 08:48 am 28

    My recollection of the early days of automated captioning (this was not closed, but visible to the live audience at a convention as well as us TV viewers) was candidate Jimmy Carter giving a speech and whenever he said “Republicans” it was rendered as “rubble-cans”.

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