Ozy And Millie: Millie’s ability to adapt

The original artwork for this comic is available for purchase.

Notes: Small white-out correction in panel 4.

  7 comments for “Ozy And Millie: Millie’s ability to adapt

  1. Don’t go fishing – puddlewater is unclean. A carp can be found in other, larger sources of water: the sea for example.

      • Somewhere far off in the distance, a yodeling non-sequitur becomes a musical bass, hung tastefully on the roughly-built wall of a viking’s home.

        Elsewhere, a salmon leaps skillfully into the air, only to slap a moose in the face with its tail in mid-arc before returning to the glossy river from whence it came.

        Meanwhile, thousands of raging anchovies flounder in futility against the tangled web of the internet, as one perceives with crystal clarity the sound of one hand clapping.

    • Before being so certain as to the relative cleanliness of the sea, ask yourself this: have you ever seen a fish leave the water to go to the latrine?

  2. 10 years old and dancing naked in the rain. It’s a good thing “dirty old men” don’t exist in their town.

  3. Even as an adult, I used to roll up my pants legs, taking off my shoes and socks, and go in the backyard after a heavy summer rain (or with boots during a spring thaw). We had huge puddles and streams in the backyard.

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