RED MEAT crunchy on the inside from the secret files of max cannon
Hi dad! How was work today?
OK, son - I had to have a meeting with the boss today.
Hope everything went all right.
You could say that. It wasn't too productive, but we got a few things nailed down.
Organizing the new corporate strategy?
Nope - crucifictions. That'll be the last time Perkins from accounting steals office supplies.
0000-00-00 00:00:00By Soren

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10Another killer from Soren! -CL
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9Get 'em, Ted! -cf
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9Stirs up visions of Ted in a Roman Centurion get up - CH
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8Sol. Id..crz
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8Sacri-licious. -Cap'n
8Nice. Good Ted/William usage.
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7-ballpn
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7"from accounting" is maybe unnecessary, but otherwise good.
7Heh. "Crucifictions" was unexpected. -PB
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7"from accounting" distracts
7Stonent
7Pure and simple Red Meat.
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7"crucifixions". Good Ted 3 otherwise. -MMM-
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7I'm sure I'm next on the tree.
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6Telegraphed, but still kinda funny.
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6 - BFJ -
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63 needs work, especially Ted -L
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6I would have scored higher but I work in accounting. You meanie!!
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6Heh. Can't go wrong with crucifying someone.
5Crucifixions, surely...Dialogue needs fixing.
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5-FV
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5Sorry, no surprise. --VX
5not really worth the effort
5a little predictable -bbg
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5too much dialogue, too much work for the punchline
5I like the joke, but the phrasing throughout is terrible.
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4Telegraphed and awkward
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4I spy a better third panel
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3Poor spelling, no need for boy#2. A bit obvious. -TRT
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