It’s a GBT sandwich! Hold the language.
A little too close for comfort, I think. Language optional.
This should freak out a cat or two! 🙂
Any cat in his right mind would be miles away right now…
A bird in the tree is worth also a dog? Love the expression on zombie bird in the last panel!
I bet Aesop could find a fable in this somewhere! I redrew that face a couple of times, but finally settled on that one. Glad you like it, Michael!
Convenient. Just follow the arrows!
Thanks for noticing those, Gruhn!
Boy those curses sure are very… (Drats I can’t think of the word)
Oh I got it. Versatile, they’re very versatile
Be wary of what words come out, Tony, it might happen to you, too!
I’ve heard of cursing up a storm, but never a ladder.
A good use for a bad curse!
Haha, those curse-comics are great! Love the facial expressions in this one, Mark! 🙂
Who knew cursing could be so much fun? I was trying hard on the expressions, glad you like them, Marieke!
Geez.. What if I could climb on my speech bubbles!! Wow! Lol..
If you talk too much, you would probably push yourself out of the room.
That branch is made out of adamantium!
How could something so adorable have such a dirty mouth? 😀
Don’t forget where dogs lick.
Gorr just wants to be with his buddy bless him 🙂
Personal space? What’s that?
Ain’t friendship grand? Love it!
Fur and feathers flock togethers.
Looks like if Gorr doesn’t move over, that bird is going to be creating quite a few extra curse clouds.
Curse those curses!
Those have to be some downright mean curses to support his weight. Those are probably the ones that can make ears bleed!
Next time he’ll use an escalator curse.
Now he better figure out how to talk his way down
Getting up there was the easy part.
I never knew cursing could be so useful!!
You’ve got to work with what you’ve got!
Such an ingenious puppy is Gorr! ;`)
You should see what he can do to your favorite pair of shoes!
This curse is a blessing in disguise!
He’s stepping all over that bad energy.
What a smart boy! He is awesome! 🙂
He has his moments, Francesca! Glad you like him!
I suppose that expression truly is the ladder to success. 🙂
Just don’t say it to your boss!
Great last panel.
I was thinking Laurel and Hardy when I drew that, lol.
More use for cursing I hadn’t thought of. I’ll have to try it when I’m going to clean my eavestrough.
You might not be able to step on them, but letting a few curses loose may make the job easier!
God, I love comic strip physics!
That would make a great tombstone inscription!
That’s a strong branch to hold Gorr.
He ain’t no lightweight!
I guess they must be pretty strong curses.
Strong and brawny!
The cursed word bubbles just keep getting more and more useful. Next I would make a bed out of them. Would be comfy.
Is there a Sleep Number &%$#@!?
That branch is gonna break. 🙂
Wouldn’t be surprised if it did!
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