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From a Benny Hill sketch: “I want you to know that the door to my office is always open . . . so get a screwdriver and fix it!”
There’s something particularly poignant about the 4th panel.
Originally it was a Canadian concept known as “Boot to the head.”
What kind of mess would there be if he’d said “Easy as pie”?
Looks like they’re taking lessons from “Dark Side of the Horse.”
Sadly, none of this is news to me.
In his case, black ink would have sufficed.
That actually deserves some respect.
Telling the world that you’re not in a good place could be construed as an insult.
For some reason, I’m thinking of Charlie Brown.