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  1. […] A Jesus and Mo that I missed the other day […]

  2. cruella says:

    My all time personal favourite! Many thanks!

  3. Lewy says:

    Yup. this is definately the funniest so far.
    (I’m working backwards through them)

  4. Rich says:

    Jesus and Mo at the bar: pissed up, massive religious symbols and cocking about lashed – how good can it get?

  5. ozipop says:

    tehehehehehe

  6. […] Tirinha original publicada em 14 de junho de 2006 Há dois trocadilhos nesta tirinha, que foram perdido na tradução. Começa com o título, que no original é ‘nuts’. Nuts tanto pode se referir à frutas secas de uma maneira geral (e acredito que castanha seja a palavra mais próxima deste significado) quanto é uma gíria para maluco, doido, etc. O segundo trocadilho está no terceiro quadrinho: na tirinha original, Mo chama Jesus de ‘holey man’, literalmente ‘homem perfurado’, uma expressão muito parecida com ‘holy man’, que significa ‘homem sagrado’. […]

  7. Mohamed says:

    Makes me wanna go to heaven

  8. Acolyte of Sagan says:

    I suppose Malteasers are out of the question too?

  9. Cephas Atheos says:

    …and raisins.

    Cashews and walnuts would prolly be OK, though.

  10. ottebrain says:

    No malteasers? Noooooooo! I’d rather die!

  11. ottebrain says:

    And then come back to life again because I decide that it was a bad idea

    Sounds strangely like some one else ive heard of.

    Damn it, only he can come back. In the stories, anyway…

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