Biscuits and Gravy

Classic Biscuits and Gravy #1

"Mirror Mirror"
posted Jun 23, 2012
Biscuits and Gravy - Classic Biscuits and Gravy #1 (Classic)
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While Biscuits and Gravy figure out what the floor is like, I'll let you flip through their back pages!

Behold! 'Classic Biscuits and Gravy' (Or when B&G were "babies" as our daughter sez about these strips...)

These were written in 2004, during my breaks at work. I did one a day, and shared them with co-workers. These have not been seen since...Enjoy!

Will resume their off the shelf adventure in a few short weeks!

by InvaderPet on 6/23/2012 @ 8:03am
Good to know Gravy eventually grew into his snout.

by NineInchNachos on 6/23/2012 @ 9:06am

by L.S.Erhardt on 6/25/2012 @ 3:47pm
So hardcore!

by Welshman Novelty Account on 6/25/2012 @ 4:23pm
'ch dafad dremiau ata fel petai cyrchedig at 'r fellten

by CaptainBritton on 6/25/2012 @ 7:35pm
I was going to say something like that, but It was just a sneeze.

by L.S.Erhardt on 6/25/2012 @ 7:37pm
Either it's Sneezeish or maybe f'real Welsh? It looks kinda like I should try to pronounce it with a Scottish accent.

by CaptainBritton on 6/25/2012 @ 7:41pm
I can't even begin to imagine what that sounds like...

by L.S.Erhardt on 6/25/2012 @ 7:49pm
Well, just go onto the youtube and look for "The Lord's Prayer in Old English".

That'll do it.

by CaptainBritton on 6/25/2012 @ 8:29pm
Do what? Scare me with consecutive consonants? I'll need a Rosetta stone. I'mae too thickeh. youdig?


by Crenshaw Sepulveda on 6/28/2012 @ 12:02am
In English the Welsh is "Your sheep looks to me as if brought to the lightning"