Maybe he can say he's Joe the Plumber. That'll scare people to death.
Sure, when she thinks the king is a trick-or-treater he's cute while any other day she runs in terror from him.
I'd be more impressed with the covered portion of the broom.
To see what the differences are in today's Halloween themed strip just go to I Found All Six from your friendly neighborhood Gold-Digging Nanny.
Ted has no shame.
I would've given her some candy just because she came up with something original. And I think most parents would've heard about the crazy Van Pelt boy.
Why is she staring at the door like Ghangis Khan is going to attack? It's Halloween, she should be expecting the witches and ghouls.
What's wrong with Ditto's cheek in the first panel? He needs to stop storing his candy in his cheeks like a squirrel.
Okay, Jeffy's Batman. Billy is a miscolored Iron Man. What the hell's Dolly? A teacher stereotype? Miss Hathaway from The Beverly Hillbillies? Sarah Palin?
I cracked up when I read this. I actually owned the book Who Moved My Cheese? because I got it for free because I worked for a subsidiary of the publisher who published it. Horrible book. 32 pages and you pay $16 for it. What a load.
There's something about Curtis that just bothers me. I'm gonna have to look into it sometime. I think it's the sometimes weird facial expressions Curtis makes.
Or John Meyer and Jennifer Aniston. Or Jake Gyllenhaal and Reese Witherspoon. Or Ellen DeGeneres and Portia DiRossi
Notice the weird art deco thing in the second panel.
Stocks for what? His own company? Ford? GM? If he's giving them away maybe it's Lehman Brothers.