Whoops. What now?
Jan: Who needs third-party auto insurance when you can have a barbecue?
Reynard: It sounds like a more delicious solution to vehicle accidents... well... not solution, but, close enough
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Adolph Schäfer 3 years ago
Antarian_knight 3 years ago
That is quite possibly the most Zen reaction to misfortune I have ever seen. "Whoops... There goes the tank. Oh well, lets have a picnic."
Ephesus 3 years ago
Food solves everything, even lost/exploded tanks. Just, not very directly.Besides, it's really cold and all that road rage must've exhausted those poor doggos.
QueenOrial 3 years ago
Last panel: Hans,get ze flammenwerfer! Sausages's still raw!
Shockwave07 3 years ago
Bratwurst and beer... If you can't decide what else to do that will work!
Sporkula 3 years ago
hrmm, would i like it cooked or. . . food for the gods?
WB101 3 years ago
Panel 2 - Dog1: Where’s the big fiery Hollywoodish explosion?Panel 2 - Dog3: Must be budget constraints.Panel 2 - Dog4: Good thing we unloaded the supplies...
(P.S. Panel 3. Careful Hans. Fur is flammable.)
BondoFox 2 years ago
Wow, lot of meat on those pigeons!
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