RED MEAT Heavy on the Gravity from the secret files of max cannon
The essence of the humour in the strip, Ted, arises from the cunning juxtaposition of unlikely characters and equally unlikely speech.
Been at the eucharistic wine again, Padre?
I have the bottle under my cassock. Want some?
0000-00-00 00:00:00By Darth Waider

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8This has the best third panel dialogue on the site. - gtd
8One of the few examples of good meta. -CL
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7Meta or not meta? My head's going to explode. -Cap'n
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7Padre's 3 could improve, great concept
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6--TRT
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6+1 for Priest indulging in the blood of Christ - Jimmy
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5Nice crack at the 4th wall. Anyone else see Ted's head move in panel 2? --VX
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5too meta, not enough funny
5I've got a bit of a soft spot for self-ref. But not too much of one.
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5Self-referential stuff falls short as a whole; +1 for Padre's #3
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4-1 for meta, -1 for communion wine cliche -L
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4No real twist.
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4self-reference is difficult
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3As far as self referential comics go, this one is bad.
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3neither the speech nor the character combination is unlikely -herp
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3not even funny as a parody
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3Too obvious to make the meta-humor fly. -PB
3Meta. Bad..crz
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2Too bad that's not really the essence of RM humor
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2Meta. +1 for "bottle under my cassock" ~W
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