I’m glad I’m not the only person who agonizes about this just about every day.
Maybe glad isn’t the right world. In fact, nothing really helps, does it?
constant earthquakes and now aliens are just like Independance Day? agreed. were gonna die.
I’ll bring the lawnchairs, let’s go out in style.
Cat’s smile in the last pannle is somewhat sinister I fancy. Even more so when coupled with “I’ll bring snacks” but then Death has always been the subject of entertainment ^_^
Appropriate snacks for contemplating (or experiencing) your imminent demise? Dr Pepper and a Moon Pie! Other suggestions appreciated…
The skulls, they multiply.
Are those bats?
I would think those are vultures, seeing as they are hovering above skulls.
Well Death IS gonna be pretty hungry by the time we get there.
my doomsday meal: Boxes of Gummi Lifesavers. reason one: for the irony. reason two: i like them.
tasty death snacks! what are moon pies?
I noticed the multiplying skulls too. I found it odd that Girl would stand there while two more people die next to the cactus and have their flesh is eaten away by vultures.
I edit the way I cook – I’m good at it, I just don’t do it as often as I should.
@DoubleW Its almost like a grim version of leaving mince pies out for father Christmas!
How Ancient Egyptian or hypoglycemic of Cat to bring snacks!
@Marianne – a Moon Pie is a classic snack food, two cookies with marshmallow cream between them, then dipped in chocolate. In the 1950s Royal Crown Cola and a Moon Pie became the famous pairing “RC & a MoonPie”, also called “the working man’s lunch”. But I like Dr Pepper more…
I think Cat’s just displaying what Penn Jillette calls, “the audacity of no hope.”
And the moral of the story is… don’t eat cactuses with needles, remove needles first!
I’ll bring angst!
Life is a terminal illness. Nobody has been known to survive it.