Horseshoes - Theater 1, Play 1, Act 3, Scene 22

The order was lost in translation.

Today's cameos feature: Wilkolak W. Cienu and Bomber Fox.  Thank you for supporting the comic!

Jan: If you haven't seen this before, look up Russian hairy sausage.  It's a thing.

Reynard: I imagine the spaghetti inside the sausage wouldn't cook very well but this looks awesome either way

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  • Antarian_knight

    Antarian_knight 2 years ago

    Ooooo...Close but no cigar. To be fair, they are trying thier best. In German cuisine, sausages are something to eat whole.

  • James

    James 2 years ago

    Hm. Pre-cooking Russian hairy sausages look a lot like the Cambrian invertebrate Hallucigenia:

  • MviluUatusun

    MviluUatusun 2 years ago

    I'm not sure what the waiter was calling in for the German Shepherds to cook but I don't think it was what he brought out. BTW, what DID he call in? It doesn't look like spaghetti and meat balls and I've never heard of spaghetti and sausage.

  • RedLion2000

    RedLion2000 2 years ago

    Reynard, your comment reminded me of a spaghetti-stuffed meatball I saw in a food video on Yahoo a while back. That thing was HUGE...and quite awesome-looking to see being carved into.

  • Zelda

    Zelda 2 years ago

    OMG they are models of bacteria.

  • Spector

    Spector 2 years ago

    It's true, German Shepherds can't cook.

  • Adolph

    Adolph 2 years ago

    i'm German in real life, lol i know a lot of people who've never cut a sausage, EVER. it's true that in Deutsch food tradition the sausage is treated like something too sacred to be cut or disrespected

  • Ephesus

    Ephesus 2 years ago

    omg that reminds me of a fake magazine cover, supposedly aimed at microbes, that I saw a few years ago. I can't seem to find it, but it was the perfect entertainment magazine with headlines like "top 10 antigens for summer" and "does pili size matter?"

  • WB101

    WB101 2 years ago

    Momma mia!

    Quality control is really slipping if that got out of the kitchen without tomato sauce... O_o

  • Ephesus

    Ephesus 2 years ago

    Plot twist: they end up loving it and ask to see the cooks for some high praise.

  • Panther

    Panther 2 years ago

    OMG , the russian hairy sausages were invented by german shepherd soldiers not knowing how to cook ? ....... LOL , XD and all these sort of things ^_^"

    Seems as a "wormed" sausage ; guess it's something totally new for wilkolak W. Cienu and bomber Fox . Hope they'll enjoy it , at least ?

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