Comic 4

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'''Title:''' For butter or for worse
'''Title:''' For butter or for worse
'''Date:''' September 14, 2004
'''Date:''' [[September]] 14, 2004
'''Summary:''' Steve finds some rather expired butter in the fridge.
'''Summary:''' Steve finds some rather expired butter in the fridge.
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*The butter coming to life may be a reference (or parody, more like it) to the commonly used gag of filth coming to life in webcomic culture. Examples are [[Wikipedia:General Protection Fault (comic)#Fredrick_.22Fred.22_and_Persephone_Physarum.2C_the_Slime_Molds|Fred the Slime mold]] from [ General Protection Fault], and [[Wikipedia:Dust puppy#Dust_Puppy|Dust Puppy]] from [ User Friendly].

Latest revision as of 02:18, 12 March 2008

A bit runny...
Link: Comic 4

Translations: Finnish, French, Polish, Danish, Italian

Title: For butter or for worse

Date: September 14, 2004

Summary: Steve finds some rather expired butter in the fridge.

Cast: Beaver, Steve, Butter

Onomatopoeias used: "UGGL", "POKE!", "STAB!", "SPREAD!", "CHOMF.", "BLEH!"

"Fin" style: Regular box.

Number of panels: 8


Panel 1

Steve: (looking into the fridge) "I think the butter's off."
Beaver: "What makes you say that Steve?"

Panel 2

Steve holds the butter that has evolved into a lifeform, on a plate. It makes a "UGGL.." onomatopoeia.

Panel 3

Beaver POKE!'s the butter.
Butter: "Ai! Cut that out!"
Beaver: "Oh, hey, it can talk."

Panel 4

Butter: "Yes, I have learned much since I came to be in the cold belly of the dairy drawer, but I yearn for adventure, I dream of passing beyond the great portal and experiencing all the delights that the world beyond has to offer, I will..."

Panel 5

Steve STAB!'s the butter with a knife.
Butter: "AKKH! I return to you Mother Fridge... ...into... ...the light... *ug*"

Panel 6

Steve SPREAD!'s the butter on a slice of bread.
Beaver: "There's probably a moral to this."

Panel 7

Steve eats the bread with a CHOMF.

Panel 8

Steve spits out the butter with a BLEH!
Spread butter: "Forgive me!"
Beaver: "Maybe the moral is 'Clean out the fridge more often'"

Fun Facts

  • This is the first BnS comic that comes with a moral to the story.

Well, sort of.


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