Maybe he had a bad day at work? Who knows. Enjoy.
Mmm, pork. That’s a fairy tale with a happy ending if you ask me!
LOL. Somedays I feel exactly like this.
Haha. The look on the kid’s face is priceless.
Needs some BBQ sauce
I have, at times, considered doing something like this.
This is great, I love it! That kid is scarred for life.
holy crap that dad looks scary
If your kid isn’t doing that when you put them in bed, you failed as a parent.
LOL I do this all the time with my son, and he LOVES it!
Mary had a little lamb, but now her lamb is dead. So Mary takes her lamb to school between two hunks of bread!
Love the comic, but I actually do this all the time. You know in Green Eggs and Ham where the train runs off the track and slams into the boat’s smokestack? I always leave the script and read the next couple pages as horrifyingly as possible. When I forget to do this, I am reminded “Read it your way, daddy!” Cracks me up.
Great comic. For some reason, the part that made me laugh the hardest was the title. “Example 45,983″ LOL!
Mwahahahaa! Great one! It makes me wonder what bedtime story-time is like for say, Stephen King or Brian Lumley’s kids.
I used to tell my niece that the bears ate Goldilocks when they got home. To this date my niece (now in her 20′s) has not wondered into a bear’s den and been eaten; I’m a good uncle.
Awesome… need i say more?
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