Malleus Maleficarum!
195 – Midnight at the Switching Yard

Have any of you ever tried this cat thing? I’m not clear on taking a dead cat to a graveyard at midnight is really supposed to cure warts. Do you rub the cat on them or something? Cuz that would kinda make sense. At least there’s a process.

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  1. LinusMines

    No moicy for youse, I sez.

  2. Agouti-Rex

    @Linusmines: And NO SPRINGS!

  3. Mr. Casual

    Rapscallius is dead! Which would mean there was a finite amount of mercy left as a non-renewable resource, and has been being used-up steadily since.

    So, you gotta ask yourself, “Do I feel lucky?” Well . . . do ya, punk??

  4. Agouti-Rex

    @Mr Casual: It’s becoming a scarce commodity.

  5. Limpurtikles

    I love their accents.

    “She’s gon’ moidelize us!”

  6. Agouti-Rex

    @Limpurtikles: It’s a genuine east coast mudlark accent!

  7. Coyotenose

    “Here Lies Ima Dedguy”

    *double facepalms*

    Gotta love how in cartoons, grave markers are placed randomly. Try picturing how the corpses below are stacked. It’s kinda funny.

    Maybe you… bury the cat after rubbing and Charleston widdershins around it? I dunno. I would always slice them off, but then I grew up in a house with a lot of sharpened knives and little oversight. >.> One of my parents – not even sure which one – bought me a dissection kit when I was nine, which is why I have this one scar. Oh, AND IT WAS RUSTY BECAUSE IT CAME FROM A YARD SALE.

    So would it be awesome or completely googleawesome to live in a world where a legitimate answer to the question “what made that noise?” is “Hobo-eating monster”?

  8. Agouti-Rex

    I mostly burned my warts off with acid.

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