dreadedcandiru2 (dreadedcandiru2) wrote in binky_betsy,

Friday, 18 March 2016

Phil makes himself look like a pathetic idiot because his lack of will-power leads him to blow-dry the smooooooooookes he was going to flush.

(Strip Number 1123, Original Publication Date, 20 March 1987)

Panel 1: Phil ponders his last cigarette. He wonders if he has the courage and strength to throw it out.

Panel 2: He drops it into the toilet.

Panel 3: He stares at the toilet for an awkward second.

Panel 4: We next see him trying to salvage it with the hair dryer and thought-bubbling "The spirit was willing, but the flush was weak."

Summary: We get a smokers-amirite AND horrible wordplay! It's a vernal equinox miracle!

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