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Ginger Yellow
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Yesterday's Mallard Fillmore:

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Bear in mind that the only reason the artist uses hisbike so much is that he's a serial drink driver who has been banned from driving except to and from work.

Also, the battiest-without-trying-to-be comic ever : Stardust.

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OK, so is yesterday's Blondie intentionally or unintentionally filthy?

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Either way, "the dirt" is a peculiar euphemism to use for her butt.

Is the Mallard Fillmore cartoon supposed to be funny, without that subtext?

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Ginger Yellow
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No. Fillmore is almost never funny, and only rarely intended to be. It's basically a vehicle for the writer's pet peeves and rants.
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Perhaps "the dirt"...I'll stop right there.
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Curtis is even filthier than Elmo.
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Several gay guys of my acquaintance use "the dirt" as a euphemism for their favourite orifice.

As a consequence, baseball commentary now comes across to me as sounding even more rife with unintended homosexual innuendo, as, along with your balls, bats, pitchers, catchers, double and triple plays, and out(ing)s, certain pitches are almost constantly described as "sliders in the dirt", by virtually every broadcaster I listen to.

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More filth, this time from Archie:

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coffee all over my keyboard.
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I can't find it on Google, but years ago I saw an extract from a 1950s comic strip of the kind Roy Lichtenstein used to adapt, with a man (whose name, one deduces, is Randy) driving in a car with a woman alongside him. He says something like "Are you happy, dear?" to which she replies "Ecstatically Randy".

I saw it in a book or a mag or something, where those two frames had been republished with intent to amuse. I guess it was also an example of the importance of commas, in an Eats, Shoots and Leaves kind of way.

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The Phantom has taken a rather silly turn.

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Things Spiderman is not, part 94:

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I think I posted this one on another thread not so long ago, for some reason, but it clearly belongs here...

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Massive thanks to the Major for that.
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Genius, innit. Thing is, 'WANK' is exactly the sound a concave metal shield hitting a metal helmet at high speed would make.
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