Biscuits and Gravy


Biscuits and Gravy #3

posted Apr 5, 2012
Biscuits and Gravy - Biscuits and Gravy #3 ()
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by L.S.Erhardt on 4/5/2012 @ 10:33am
The louder one brags about their "conquests" with the opposite sex, the less truthful it is.

by CaptainBritton on 4/5/2012 @ 10:39am
"It ain't bragging if it's true" - Paul William 'Bear' Bryant.

by cisserosmiley on 4/5/2012 @ 12:18pm
I thought stuffed bears were unisex

by CaptainBritton on 4/5/2012 @ 3:50pm
Cissero, I'm sure they are, but some stuffed toys might identify with
the feminine while others identify themselves with the masculine. Who
knows why. Gravy certainly thinks being adored by the "lady" bears is a
good thing for him.

I always figure Gravy comes and goes from the shelf
daily. It's like his day-job to hang out with Biscuits. So he can always
have a life outside of the strip...Biscuits on the other hand, up to
this point anyway, hasn't been off of the shelf in twenty-five or thirty
years. (It'll be the "real" Biscuits' 30th birthday next week...)

It's
funny that the gender thing comes up in a strip about stuffed toys. My
son had a hard time "liking" biscuits once he recognized the "feminine"
inherent in her (afraid he'd have to dress in pink and have tea with his
sister I bet), but once we discussed the fact that they are neither
"boys or girls" he started to find things about both of them he could
relate to.

I see them as the yin-yang.  It's a constant theme of the
strip. (probably because even after working with these characters, I
have yet to introduce a true third "character")...Stay-tuned!


by NineInchNachos on 4/5/2012 @ 6:20pm
he's a fan of the mama grizzlies