Something I’ve always wondered: how exactly does meat consumption work in this comic’s universe? Even cows have been demonstrated to be treated like people, so who or what is getting eaten?
More importantly, why not that school principle?
According to the national news… maybe they have burgers grown in petri dishes?
I’m guessing either predation is considered acceptable as long as it’s not somebody you know, as in Keven and Kell, or there is a division of sentient and nonsentient animal life with somewhat similar appearance but enough visible difference to tell which one you are hunting, as in Narnia.
Kevin and Kell’s universe can sometimes, after some deep thinking, be just as unnerving as some of the ideas presented in this comic
I can relate to this.
Foxes are omnivores so going with the vegetarian option isn’t all that unnatural for Ms. Mudd!
Is it me? Or does Millie’s dye her unnatural hair colours? Because before she had dark purple hair… Now it’s bright blue
I meant Mille’s mom…
One does have to wonder how long a restaurant like would end up staying in business. @_@
The restaurant will be fine. The guy behind the counter is gonna get his ass fired.
More like he’s gonna get his ass FRIED
My take on this is that Millie’s mom isn’t a vegetarian, she was just in the mood for vegetarian soup.
Concerning where meat comes from, I’m guessing that there’s some animals that aren’t fully sentient. Goats maybe? I don’t think I’ve seen any goats in the strip.
Actually I just found Ozy’s family reunion arc, (where Isolde first appeared) and it was a goat that gave him the dragon hatchling haircut.
So my new theory is that when someone dies, they can have it in their will to have their bodies sent to a meat processing plant, provided they didn’t die of some horrible disease that’ll infect the meat.
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