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So why doesn’t Moses drink? Or is that a saki shot glass in front of him?????
Barperson? Barista? Tapperson? Tappist? I don’t know, none of them seem very good. Maybe we should ask the lady herself.
I’m assuming that’s a shotglass in front of Moses, not necessarily saki that is (was) in it.
Mo originally called her “serving wench”, so his manners have definitely improved.
As for Moses, I’ve never seen the Guardianista mindset more succinctly depicted.
@ Author- mistake in last panel. Should be “call” instead of “called”, unless I am even tireder than I thought.
Good gag btw.
Totally makes sense that Moses would be drinking straight up. He wouldn’t want mixes to pollute his alcohol. He’s consistent in his views: non-sexist, non-discriminatory, totally po-mo.
Maybe Moses can’t drink because when he tips the glass, the liquid parts
funny that Moses defends the taliban actions as being their culture, but calls Jesus and Mo sexist…
hey moses whatcha think bout little girls MURDERED by the taliban for going to school? Is it ok cause it’s their culture?
@nina That’s just the point, isn’t it? The multi-layered ironic juxtaposition of cultural relativism and political correctness, manifested in a fundamentalist aesthete. Kind of Polly Toynbee with a beard
Moses would never drink anything with water (or ice cubes) in it. Just ask Jesus, some people walk on that stuff.
@nina : I think Moses assumes Jesus and Mo share his values & culture. Since (as far as he’s concerned) they’ve had the same upbringing he feels it’s Ok to lecture them on their failings.
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