• Frosted leprechauns they're gastrically malicious!
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Honey Badger Gets Lucky

Frosted leprechauns they’re gastrically malicious!

Lucky the leprechaun finds out, the hard way, it’s not always his Lucky Charms that they’re after. While Honey Badger discovers that, just like their cereal, leprechauns taste magically delicious, too. When asked to describe the magically-delicious flavor of leprechauns, Honey Badger droolingly responded with, “Tastes kinda like chicken, but minty-fresh – like it was dipped in a vat of that green soap, or had just finished taking a shower in Ireland.”

Unfortunately, Honey Badger also discovered, that in addition to being magically delicious,  leprechauns can also be gastrically malicious, and the day-after effects can be eerily similar to those typically experienced on March 18 – or any other day after consuming mass-quantities of green beer.  Well, as I’m sure you all know, Honey Badger don’t care, and he is now determined to find out what silly rabbits, arthritic/creaky rice-munching elves, sugar-addicted bears, and all those other cereal-hawking advertising icons taste like.
As a special bonus, here’s the rough sketch I drew for this cartoon. As you can see, green beer and drawing definitely don’t mix. Hmmm… maybe I should give orange beer a try…
Happy St. Paddy’s Day to one and all!
© 2013 Barry/Right-Hemisphere Laboratory

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