Day By Day

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  • Ozymandias

    Oh my God.. the only thing wrong with Sam is that she’s not real.

    • eclark

      If she was real, then she’d belong to some other man. At least this way, I can share the view.

    • Zumkopf

      “When you wish upon a star…”

  • Kafiroon

    OK. I’ll Always order coleslaw!

    • syvyn11

      As long as it’s vinegar based. Mayo makes me sick.

      • Pamela

        There are some things I refuse to put in my mouth.
        Cole Slaw of any kind is one of them. Ick.

        • John

          Precisely the opposite for me.
          Cooked Brassica (cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower etc) puts me off my feed, but eating it raw (if a little dressed up) is just fine.

  • JTC

    What was it somebody was saying a few days ago about not liking short-shorts? Benefit of the doubt to him, that was before today’s panel six.
    Thank you Chris from the bottom of my heart, and elsewhere, for ignoring such heresy. End times? Yes please. I’ll have some more please.

    But Pamela’s link from yesterday says Z -and we- are totally objectifying Sam, or parts of her anyway…he’s one animal the leftists have failed to educate (indoctrinate). Thank God for ignernt men like him and women like her…without them we might well cease to exist as a species.

    • Kafiroon

      Objectifying or not, it is one main factor in keeping us around to protect and provide for them and our offspring. They should be glad we are that way and will do that. Alternatives are they get tossed from one gang lord/tyrant/king to the other with no regard at all except their ability to to look pleasing enough for them to be used by said strongman. Or in some religions, chattel, with No worth unless the man’s “honor” requires he kill them.

    • PaulS

      Drawing from the Prager commentary, the problem is that stupidity is not painful to the stupid, rather it’s painful to those who the stupid inflict their stupidity on.

    • Pamela

      JT

      The loony left has to have something to complain/bitch/scream to the rafter about on a daily basis. It validates their inane/insane reason to live and take up vital resources at the expense of others.

      Quote the article “One of the proofs that higher education makes those who attend college more foolish, more naive and often even more ignorant about life than those who never attended college is the widespread belief among the well-educated that when men sexually objectify women it means that they are misogynists, haters of women.

      So, here is a list of eight truths about males and sexual objectification for those who have a degree in any of the “social sciences.” The rest can be found here: http://townhall.com/columnists/dennisprager/2016/12/13/on-men-viewing-women-as-sex-objects-n2259124

      There are too many people out there resorting to dating apps to find someone to love or have empty sex with. Too many have bought into the “I can have it all and only on these terms in order to (insert here).
      Well Sister the only thing you’ll be inserting is a sex toy instead of a man.
      I’ll take a man over batteries any day of the week.
      Stop settling for a false hood.

      Besides, I happen to like sexy lingerie. Even if no one sees it.

      • JTC

        Well let’s get the last and most obvious point out of the way first.

        “I happen to like sexy lingerie. Even if no one sees it.”

        Oh we see it, even (as the old Christmas goes) if only in our dreams. And I daresay similar fantasies play into your enjoyment as well. 😉

        Now to Prager’s truths, not only do I agree with them, I could have wrote them. Especially the part about leftist academics (redundant) indoctrination of our young people under the guise of education. As I have said many times, some of the most educated and “enlightened” people I’ve ever met were some of the stupidest. And that is no accident. How else to perpetuate their kind than for the elite to control the flow of information and their version of religion (as Prager so rightly puts it) to the exclusion of ours and God’s?

        Second only to stoppage of the flow of the already mature haters of all that we are and the expulsion of the ones already among us, is the critical need to purge the learning establishment of their instructors. Who has DT appointed as DOE and HHS head? It’s a good start. Got to nip that shit in the bud before it’s too late if -as every aspect of legacy media, academics, entertainment, and gov itself would indicate- it isn’t already.

        It’s on us to stop it, and right now we have a chance, but we mustn’t be complacent. The tools of war are being placed at our disposal, now it’s time to employ them.

        • JTC

          Christmas “refrains”, and could have “written”. Proof your drivel, dumbass.

          • heh

  • WayneM

    Animal, indeed, but you wouldn’t want Zed any other way, would you, Sam?

    Let’s hope the power of the Hildabeast’s immunity is waning so the special prosecutor can bring justice to the Clinton Foundation and all of it’s principals.

  • Grunt GI

    To call those sweatshirts is kinda generous, still a lot of exposed flesh there.
    I’m sure Zed will warm those parts up later.

    • JTC

      That little red thing is to “sweatshirt” as those little blue things are to “shorts”.

  • Daniel in Brookline

    After enjoying a comic such as this one, and wanting to review yesterday’s edition, why does the ‘prev’ link read to me like ‘perv’?

    Must be just me. (Is Sam making me dyslexic?)

    Okay, back to whatever you were doing…

    • Chris Muir

      Happens to me every day.

      • NotYetInACamp

        🙂 I take the 5th.

        • Interventor

          Scotch or bourbon?

    • Deplorable B Woodman

      Any thing wrong with that?
      “A dyslexic walked into a bra….”

      • canuck49

        Stuck a couple of 38s in the barkeeps chest, then pulled a gun.

        • Pamela

          Gentlemen- my ribs hurt for laughing so much.
          Thank you.

  • chuck...

    Cole’s Law – Thinly sliced cabbage

  • Deplorable B Woodman

    So round
    So firm
    So fully packed

  • NotYetInACamp

    “Allah made me do it,” will be heard throughout the land. Well, accoring to Sharia Law so many things that we consider crimes, like rape, theft, murder, and genocide is demanded of Muslims in Shariah Law.

    Judgement: Do unto the Muslim what they do unto others.
    The Mongols did it. They treated Muslims as the Muslims treated others.
    Though the Mongols were a powerful, but short term, flare up.

    Civilization cannot survive when an aspect of those within its jurisdiction act as though crimes are ordered by a god. That threat and damage must be dealt with such that the threat and damage ends. Such is logical and within international law and God’s law.

    Thank God that He did make us in His image and as animals. Thank you, God.

    • Pamela

      I read somewhere many moons ago that Mo’s “god” was an amalgamation of several old gods including the base being that of a hermaphroditic river god. Have any of them figured out that got sold snake oil yet by a huckster?

      • John

        An alternative explanation is that the “Angel” Mo spoke to in the cave was not who said angle said he was, but was instead the Lord of Lies, Satan who was, of course, the foremost of all the angels in the Judaeo-Christian tradition.
        It would explain a great deal.

  • Deplorable B Woodman

    “Magic has returned after a 5000 year absence.”

    Which would explain the rise in DildoCrats and ProgTards (since the days of Woodrow Wilson – ptu!ptu!), as they base their religion (and it’s assorted offshoot cults) of “socialism” on “feewings”, not science.

    I wonder how that would mesh – or conflict – with “The 5000 Year Leap: A miracle that Changed the World”, by W. Cleon Skousen? (BTW, a great conservative PoliSci read)

  • Breeding sounds like a wonderful idea!

  • Panel 4. Slick Willie sure can talk? Well, something tells me he caught the Killer Clap sometime a while back from the look of him, and I wouldn’t want to be near enough to hear him speak just in case it develops into an airborne virus.

    • Pamela

      Blake~ the skinny is his member is on the small size so he developed into a talented cunning linguist. Long fingers helped too…

      • JTC

        The *skinny* is Slick’s willy is small is small? Now that’s funny.

        But it was my understanding that rather than attached oral and manual stimulators, he preferred his babes (victims) to be smokin’. Cubanos that is.

        • JTC

          “is small is small”? Again, proof your shit, boy.

  • jackdeth72

    Memo to Sam:

    You walked into that one with your eyes wide open.

    Though, I don’t hear you complaining too much!

  • Grape

    The end all of ends!

    Excuse me while I wipe up the drool.

  • GWB

    Those qualify as sweatshirts? o.O?

  • Bill G

    It was the beast of times, it was the wurst of times…

    • Interventor

      It was the breast of times…

  • John C.

    “‘There’s a Divinity that shapes our ends,’ said Hamlet in happier days as Ophelia walked gracefully away from him.” – Richard Armour in “Twisted Tales from Shakespeare”

  • NotYetInACamp

    Negotiations.
    What did the lefty feminazis and Lbqiasnits say about the second situation, much less LRedRidingH’s grandma and her behavior in the post on an earlier day towards that poor defenseless wolf that strode into grandma’s lair.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7MFJ7ie_yGU

    Stay warm out there in the end.

      • NotYetInACamp

        I consider that more destructive than the crap complained about by the LquisteersBby. It’s like a taste and but a shadow of what Chris is attempting to portray above, with the added destructiveness of blind passion. Run that red light and die, buddy. Just a personal opinion. Flash and burn is likely for that scenario. I avoid that. As entertainment, i preferred Red Skelton falling prey to the persistence of his paramour. There is so much possible and so many settle for so little for so long.
        It is a good song and very well done Many relate to that situation so it is a large potential market. He is singing well to and for his audience.
        My opinion.

        • Pamela

          My take on the song is that is shows when lustfire overrules common sense and reason.

          • NotYetInACamp

            OK. That works. I usually find the good about something. Not so much there. A guide how not to be.

      • Kafiroon

        Now that confirms I was too old, too young. Coffee house instant easy; here’s my number.
        Skipped a few of that proposition, as nice as they looked. Read as pure high maintenance trouble. That’s just me though.

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