This entry was posted on October 18, 2010 at 11:16 pm and is filed under Friar Toons. You can subscribe via RSS 2.0 feed to this post's comments.
Tags: cartoons, humor, jack-o-lanterns
You are one sick puppy… Ah, I mean pumpkin… Mr. Friar… Trapped chilean pumpkins?? Oh, have you no morals, no decency, no limits to the depravity of your perverse imagination???
I think not… and for this I am eternally grateful (-;
You really DID make me laugh out loud which I guess means I am as sick as you are!!
Well, if it’s any consolation, the trapped pumpkins DID eventually get out!
I love the Punker…I may have to have a go at carving one of those…
Where’s my giant novelty safety pin??
Shade and Sweetwater,
Thanks for the smiles, Friar. =)
HAHA!! I loved the Jakka the Lantern best. And it actually looks like Jabba, like Cathy and the Family Circus kids actually look like their “real” counterparts!
You put so much expression into these pumpkins, I feel sorry for the ones getting squeezed into paste and down in the mine!
I take pride in learning something new every day, so I Googled TIE.
Pardon my ignorance, but I had no idea that TIE-fighters are fictional starfighters in the Star Wars universe. They’re propelled by Twin Ion Engines (TIE).
I also learned that the TIE fighter sound effect is a combination of an elephant call with a car driving on wet pavement.
Oh, that’s what TIE means. Thanks, Friar’s Mom!
Somehow I am the most amused by the Cathy one.
@Kat and Kyddryn
Yay…!! Two more readers!!!
Glad to see my cartoons aren’t going to waste.
Hahaha! I’ll take that as a compliment to my drawing skills, that you feel sorry for some imaginary pumpkins being squeezed through an imaginary grinder. 😀
Okay…I never even knew that (what TIE stood for). Even after 33 years.
You’re now officially a bigger Star Wars nerd than I am.
If you stick around this blog, you’ll learn thing from Friar’s Mom. She’s curious, and will look up and research things nobody else even thinks about.
@Friar: It was totally a compliment! 🙂
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