Comic 150

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Title: sock it to me - part 2

Date: January 27, 2006

Summary: Steve and Beaver go to where all left socks go.

Cast: Beaver, Steve, Three-eyed Gelatinous Slime-Monsters

Onomatopoeias used: "GRAB!", "SHOOOK!", "FLOMP!", "DE-SOCK!"

Number of panels: 6

Transcript

Panel 1

[Suddenly!]
Machine: Left socks detected!
Two robotic arms SHOOOK! out and GRAB! the disguised and startled Beaver and Steve.
Beaver: "Goodness!"

Panel 2

[Left Sock Storage Depot 4]
Beaver and Steve get thrown into a big pile of socks with a FLOMP!
Beaver: "Yooof!"

Panel 3

Beaver and Steve DE-SOCK! themselves.
Beaver: "Look at this: it's all our left socks..."
Steve: "What is this place? D-do you think it was built by aliens?"

Panel 4

Beaver: "Don't be ridiculous Steve. Do you really think this place is going to be full of some sort of 3-eyed gelatinous slime-monsters?"
Two ominous black silhouettes approach Beaver and Steve, both looking not too much unlike some sort of 3-eyed gelatinous slime-monsters.

Panel 5

The monsters reveal themselves and seem to be holding red alien pistols.
Monster 1: "Actually, we prefer the term 'vertabrateally challenged'"
Monster 2: "'Slime-monster' is an offensive term only used by species that think they are better just because they have a complex digestive system."
Steve: "Ooh"
Monster 1: "But we don't allow them in here. All we allow in here is socks..."

Panel 6

Monster 1: (looking down on Beaver and Steve) "You are socks... ...aren't you?"
[To be cont'd]

Fun Facts

  • Even big scary aliens expect us to be politically correct nowadays.

References

None.

Previous comic:
#149
Next comic:
#151
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