Too … much … subtext …

(From “Red Seal” number 15, 1941?)

6 thoughts on “Too … much … subtext …

  1. Dan says:

    Ok, seriously, when would this ever have been appropriate?

  2. Frankie says:

    Isn’t this kid a young ‘un himself?

  3. McKnight57 says:

    Oh dear fluffy lord, how much more innuendo can you put in a comic? I mean, after the first time reading this, my head flooded with jokes almost as inappropriate as this panel. Where does the innuendo end? I have a feeling that this comic has more double entendres than an hour of late night talk shows.

  4. Doornik1142 says:

    Okay, that’s it. I’m convinced. They knew exactly what this was going to sound like and they did it on purpose. I don’t care when it was published. They knew.

  5. X-stacy says:

    Is that Patsy himself, getting yanked off his horse with a rope and thinking third-personally about how he’ll react to the face of Midas Morgan? And if it is, then why isn’t he, oh I don’t know, calling out instead of thinking quietly to himself about how bad this might be?

  6. Frankie says:

    Maybe the thought balloon is supposed to belong to whomever is dragging Patsy away, Gay Desperado.(Yeah, I know. The end of the sentence doesn’t make sense, but I wanted to have Gay Desperado and dragging in the same sentence.

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