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<   No. 1777   2007-12-08   >

Comic #1777

1 {scene: Pirates are in a giant cooking pot, surrounded by savage native cannibals}
2 Long Tom: This not be as hot as I be expectin' it.
3 Dirque: Nay, it be quite relaxin'.
4 Native: This is just a bath. Do you think we'd put something as dirty as you into our food without cleaning it first?

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When I planned this strip, I thought the big Lego cooking pot I have was bigger. I was hoping to get Wendy in there too.

2018-07-25 Rerun commentary: If these were Japanese cannibals, they'd also wash the pirates before they put them in the bath.

As much as I love the movie You Only Live Twice, it annoys me that they got the "traditional Japanese bath" scene so wrong.

I'm guessing Wendy is off having a pre-bath cocktail. Presumably something with rum in it. And coconut.

I just realised that's probably a piña colada.

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