Ohmygoodness! Hook hand Cat is the best thing ever. Can he please, please, please keep it for awhile?
I’m really good at the directions game.
You didn’t mention the game of “Life”! I seem to always inherit my Dead Uncle’s Skunk farm and have to pay $30,000 to get rid of it….on a teacher’s salary…I’m thinking of just declaring bankruptcy and retiring to be a farmer…
!@$#, that punchline was too awesome
You made me lose!
Now I make YOU lose.
Curses! I just lost The Game!
Haha, love the emphasis Cat puts on Hungry, Hungry Hippos
To me, arguably the best panel is the one in which Girl casts her eyes downwards at mention of “I Never.”
Oh! In my world, “I Never” was called “Never have I ever.” That panel makes much more sense, now. I like the grayed out panels approach; it’s like a bonus second comic.
According to those first two panels, I totally won in Portland… 1 hour in the city and JUST off the MAX, somebody asked me where the Greyhound station was.
I was hoping that “How do you stay warm in the shadow of death?” would keep making appearances. I love that line!
The only other major character left in the strip has publicly expressed his desire to die, so unless we bring back Zombie Joseph Beuys…
These are nice games to play.
I used to really like “the Game of Life”. My friends and I would try to kill off our kids and spouses so we could get the insurance money.
Hey you got Maakies in my Cat And Girl
My cousins created “Life Size Life”! Supplies: Tri-level house, ream of printer paper, crayons, & stuffed animals. Directions: Recreate “board” using paper & crayons (Options: Don’t like “Buy Art: pay $20,000”, change to “Buy France: Pay $20,000). Possibilities are endless!!!
A local fellow has created ‘the game of real life” where you start out by rolling to see which class you are born into and how pretty you are. You have options for trying different drugs, and there’s a chance you’ll be eaten by mutant wolves. If someone lands on the nuclear war space, the game ends early.