This Week in Milford

May 2, 2012

…and third base is when he pintrests her to his pinboard.

Filed under: baseball, Milford Idiots — jasbeattie @ 8:28 pm

4/30/12

“Trust your team, Darby. We can help you.”
“I haven’t needed anyone’s help so far. Well…except my mom who watches my freakish child 17 hours a day. Someone’s gotta keep that thing from tipping over under its own head weight.”

Later…

Dinny: So you still wanna date the slut?
Pervy Uncle Bobby: She’s the only girl we know around here who puts out. Just call me Pervy Uncle Bobby.

5/1/12

Do you think Pervy Uncle Bobby wants to find out how to pitch in front of the plate rather than behind the batter? Or just share his tips on how he can get idiots to swing at pitches that go through their backs?

5/2/12

Hey, Pervy Uncle Bobby made it to first base! (First Base = Facebook)

Stay tuned to see if he can tweet his way to second base. (Hey if Gil can do it, why can’t Bobby?)

10 Comments »

  1. I’m kinda confused here (more so than usual.) In the first strip, panel two, random unknown idiot is talking to DImwit. Then DImwit (whom I thought it was anyway). says to call him Uncle Bobby. Then Bobby Otter is creepy Uncle Bobby IS it me or have Whigman and Rubin just gone plain batshit crazy?

    Why is Bobby Otter quoting “The Situation”? Does he think he’s “The Situation’? More like Snooki to me.

    I guess he’s going to start a “Darby Kiser is a Slut” page on Facebook.

    Comment by reginathenydiva — May 3, 2012 @ 8:09 am

  2. Thank you Regina…..I thought I was goin nuckin futs. 4/30 P2 Dimwit is batting. In P3 it’s Bobby. Was it a case of the dialog balloons pointing at the wrong people in P2? Todays strip Dimwit looks like an older(by about 5 years) version of the gorilla headed 140 pound mutant monster baby.

    Comment by Knoxy — May 3, 2012 @ 8:26 am

  3. I’m picturing a rock opera called Jaxon about a gorilla headed 140 pound mutant monster baby chimp hog molested by Pervy Uncle Bobby who will grow up to be, um… sorry haven’t thought this all the way through…maybe he grows up to be Cully Vale and accidentally beats several people to death with a baseball bat while imitating famous batting stances. Then they send him to the Island of Dr. Moreau….or better still, everybody has pig faces!

    One thing that Pervy Uncle Bobby can learn from Jaxon is the correct technique for flinging poo. Yes every major chimp will tell you to fling it underhand!

    Comment by nedryerson — May 3, 2012 @ 9:39 am

  4. This strip excels at metaphysical poo flinging.

    Comment by semperfi4evr — May 3, 2012 @ 10:11 am

  5. Hmm…”I pitch for the boys” vs. “I throw underhand.” Seems like there’s not much in common there.

    Did Buckminster Fuller design Milford’s geodesic batting cage/biosphere?

    Can we whap this up early and get on with the mega-awesome summer-O’-fun?

    Comment by Dood — May 3, 2012 @ 11:06 am

  6. I would like see Clambake and Darby O’Gill give a seminar on battle and pitching tips.

    Comment by reginathenydiva — May 3, 2012 @ 12:12 pm

  7. Ned@3: I see you’re familiar with Batting Stance Guy.

    Comment by teenchy — May 3, 2012 @ 4:22 pm

  8. listen up soldier lets go behind the bleachers and ill show you big bobs stuff , if you dont believe me ask torrey pines shes on the pill by the way

    Comment by mr12ozcan — May 3, 2012 @ 4:42 pm

  9. That thing Darby gave birth to looks like the mutant spawn of Frodo Baggins and Dondi.

    Comment by J.D. Springer — May 4, 2012 @ 6:53 pm

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