Food - Theater 1, Play 1, Act 3, Scene 20

This just escalated from socially awkward to financially awkward.


Jan: Wowza, whole calamari.  Fancy!

Reynard: This comic is making me hungry...


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9 comments

  • jprime

    jprime 7 months ago

    Seriously, did no one actually talk in those days in that world?

  • Jon_Wolf

    Jon_Wolf 7 months ago

    okay there gonna be washing dishies to pay off that meal

  • Max Goof

    Max Goof 7 months ago

    So, what species is being used for Italians?

  • Antarian_knight

    Antarian_knight 7 months ago

    That one german soldier looks a bit confused by his squid meal... Can't imagine why, whole calamari is delicious.

    Though the money situation ought to be ok. German Duetchmarks have typically been stronger than italian lire.

    @Max Goof; pretty sure the italians are genets (?) in this comic.

  • GalloViking

    GalloViking 7 months ago

    This is why euro was invented.

  • Ephesus

    Ephesus 7 months ago

    I guess the waiter just doesn't want (or doesn't have much opportunity) to visit a bank to exchange foreign currencies?

  • Spector

    Spector 7 months ago

    "Of course you "Forgot" your wallet Ekstine...."

  • WB101

    WB101 7 months ago

    Uhh... Weren’t the Italians and Germans (rather reluctant) allies for like 3/4ths of the war? And what is an Italian dining car doing on a train... behind Russian lines?

    Yep. KP for a week.

    Cameriere. Una vodka martini, scossa...

  • Silverwolf

    Silverwolf 2 months ago

    "It's no problem, mein herr. We'll just annex the kitchen, ja?"

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