Arc 49: A Holiday at the Zoo

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Re: Arc 49: A Holiday at the Zoo

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RandomGeekNamedBrent wrote:
Alex wrote:Wow, even Miles knows how to cheat on the leashes rule. The zoo should really change it xD
remember, the Zoo supports the cheating.

It's out of their hands, so leaving this loophole is the best they can do.
That is just... (I need a word for awful besides awful)
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TensaZangetsu wrote: It's out of their hands, so leaving this loophole is the best they can do.
That is just... (I need a word for awful besides awful)[/quote]
turrible?
though I don't see how it's a bad thing, at least in the Housepets universe it would just seem unneccesary and demeaning.
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After much debate, i would like a question answered:

Which is more cunning: The Snake? Or Miles?
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gotta go with the snake.......
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Gotta agree with Xane. Besides, it really doesn't take -much- to outwit Peanut. :p
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Yay! More wolves. Also why didn't they call ahead of time then there would have been no problems and the owner would have known they were coming.

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The other Daryl is best pony.
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I often wonder what hippos taste like.

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That one wolf looks awfully kistune- like....

I like the pack so far! So many new characters appearing at once!


The cubs are learning such useful skills. In Danger? Act like you have rabies!! :lol:
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copper wrote:That one wolf looks awfully kistune- like....
She's an albino
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copper wrote:That one wolf looks awfully kistune- like....

I like the pack so far! So many new characters appearing at once!


The cubs are learning such useful skills. In Danger? Act like you have rabies!! :lol:
pretending you have rabies is a very good skill to have.
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Sleet wrote:The other Daryl is best pony.
Seth wrote:Hush sleet
Daryl is clearly best pony
I say Cousin Rodney's best pony because he's with Snow.
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Judgning from the signet on his hand, The Zoo Owner is literally the boss of them all xD
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rickgriffin wrote:
copper wrote:That one wolf looks awfully kistune- like....
She's an albino
And his avatar, no doubt.
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Sleet wrote:
rickgriffin wrote:
copper wrote:That one wolf looks awfully kistune- like....
She's an albino
And his avatar, no doubt.
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rickgriffin wrote:
copper wrote:That one wolf looks awfully kistune- like....
She's an albino
And his avatar, no doubt.

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Xane wrote:(Is Wordpress/Gravatar in the comic comments set to disallow PG icons? I set my "King full of orange soda" icon to PG and it comes up blank).
*checks*

G rated icons only.

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but that makes no sense. it's a PG comic, it should allow PG icons.
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PG is the max rating. That means 'As high as it should go, ever'

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I wouldn't really call that icon PG. You should've set it to G.
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The icon rating is set to G because Gravatar doesn't have a PG-13 rating, it was folded into PG
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and now it makes sense. I was unaware of that fact.
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that albino chick probably shouldn't be out in the sun
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Sinder wrote:that albino chick probably shouldn't be out in the sun
She's got a lush fur coat. Will likely be fine.

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That was good advice Miles's wife gave her kids. I should try that the next time I'm at the zoo :D
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I bet there is a good story behind Jack and Deadeyes scars and Jacks lost arm. I want to know it.

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IceKitsune wrote:I bet there is a good story behind Jack and Deadeyes scars and Jacks lost arm. I want to know it.
cue the flood of fanfics to tell it.
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especially when he hasn't even made a lame pun. I love those lame puns.
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Aww, Poncho's smitten for the zoo wolf girl. <3
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But... they not seem wild! :D

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The cutest thing about Poncho I find is he got that look in his eyes that makes you think he has no idea what that wolf is and is probably thinking of food instead of girls <3

With that said, i'm actually very happy the wolf family has a full detailed character list for them. I was actually expecting something like the Bigglesworth cats kind of scenario. can't wait to get to know more about them in the future.

Also: I'm guessing that wolf in the back is blind :(
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Kitch wrote:Aww, Poncho's smitten for the zoo wolf girl. <3
Well she is pretty adorable. :3
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Xane wrote:Hee. I don't expect a lot of backstory on the wolves, at least not this time around, since this is more about their adventure at the zoo (I hope they didn't get into too much trouble, they seem like such a nice pack...) but maybe Miles can tell Peanut and the cubs stories about the pack as short one-offs or two-offs once in awhile.
I fully support this idea.
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Also: I'm guessing that wolf in the back is blind :(
Either that or Rick's just waiting to set up a joke...

"Oh, so just because I have no pupils and my name is Deadeye..."

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Wonder how Jack got his epithet. It can't be because he has one arm since he has four fingers intact, get what I'm saying?
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Kitch wrote:Aww, Poncho's smitten for the zoo wolf girl. <3
I know it, it is so cute :3
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When I initially saw the new strip this morning, I had to do a double take to notice Jack's missing arm, and I didn't even notice Uncle Deadeye was blind until I reread it when I wasn't still waking up. I usually don't check the tags so I had no clue. Man, even in Housepets, wolves are srs bizins.
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The center of the panel would make anyone go aww.

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