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Comic #1408

1 Steve: Crikey! I'm sure the monks at Khumjung will be able to give us a lead on the yeti.
2 Steve: Those blokes are full of mystic knowledge about secrets unknown to western civilisation. All we 'ave to do is convince them to tell us!
3 Terry: Just remember they're monks, not monkeys. We don't want a repeat of what happened in Japan.
4 Steve: That "Zen" stuff looked a bit stroppy to me!

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If someone out there finds the idea of Zen being stroppy a hundredth as funny as I do, then this comic has been worth it.

2016-07-11 Rerun commentary: I also like the idea of monks being called "blokes".

And that second panel really turned out beautifully, if I do say so myself.

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