1. Tony, your strips are amazing, and the pod casts brilliant! I have gone through the first three in the in the series. Okay, you are fabulous, creative, and even โ€œdown rightโ€ hilarious at times. Ah, the banana slugs, made me cringe. I didnโ€™t know that such a thing existed! So I Googled, imagine my shock, yes, I was shocked they are found in parts of California! Iโ€™m in So. Cal, but would go up north to Santa Cruz for the surf, and to find OMG, that is one of the epicenters of the Banana Slug World, never did see one, but itโ€™s the Mascot for University of California, Santa Cruz. So now intrigued with disgust, I have to check out Google images, holy shit! People holding, petting and even kissing these things! โ€œThanks Tonyโ€, now I canโ€™t scrub these images from my mind! LOL!



    1. I know! It’s a nightmare, right? I must have seen some of those same images you saw and I was like, “Oh my god, they’re KISSING them?!” Put me off my breakfast which coincidentally enough had chopped up banana in it. Oh, universe, you have a SICK sense of humour! ๐Ÿ˜›

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  2. Dear Tony,

    You should watch “The Lost Skeleton of Cadavra”. It’s an intentional B movie, and it is brilliant.

    Where I grew up (New Jersey), people often grew tomatoes in tiny little home gardens, and as a result, we had tomato bugs:


    I do not know its mating habits. This is good. I think I might know too much about how banana slugs get it on as it is.

    All My Love,


    1. I am going to try and track down a copy of The Lost Skeleton of Cadavra. With a title like that I just cannot resist! I hope I can find it!

      That is one scary looking creepy crawly. I don’t think I want to know how it reproduces either. Finding out about the banana slug’s mating habits was traumatic enough! Footage of that is worse than any B grade film ever could be, I’m thinking!


      1. Ooh… you might have something there. How about a Troma-like movie called:

        “Baby Making Banana Slugs in Banana Slings!”

        or, if we want to keep it short and sweet:

        “Tomato Bugs Twerking!”


  3. I love the second frame where Ernest sticks out his tongue. LOL!
    Slugs… creepy- but they are living creatures.
    Saw a news story where an artist traveled with her slugs. She was in love with them. WTF?


  4. Lol, Tony. I laughed out loud when I saw the last frame. Hehe, that’s true what Lynn says… his friend is always looking at his phone. So typical of this day and age. I’m amazed he even noticed the slug! ๐Ÿ™‚


      1. Who needs enemies is right…and a great cartoon – did make me laugh.
        I am doing fun facts on my blog post today…and I guess I did fun slug facts on your FB page! Mouthy tonight ๐Ÿ™‚


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