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The truth about the Jamaican Honey Bee Squirrel

Hi readers,

I hope you enjoy the new episode. As of late, I've gotten a lot of
questions about the JBS, and I hope I can answer some below.

Is there really such a thing as the Jamaican Honey Bee Squirrel?

Yes, he does exist. Descended from a great white choc-o-dile, he
mates by entering the hatchery with a stolen keycard. He is
supposedly able to blind his enemies by wish alone. His belly is made
of grass. A notorious lazybones, he watches tv but does not know it
is not real.

Can I order one?

No, I'm afraid they're protected by my insecure love.

Can I find one in the wild?

Chances are slim. In 1986, a JBS crashed his corvette into a
supermarket in northern California. Subsequently, he was recovered
from the curb weeping in to his pack of cigarettes, but soon slipped
the bread ties EMS jury-rigged as crude restraints, and made his way
to a rope of gauze, ultimately escaping on the back of a pigeon.

What is the JBS's sexual orientation?

The JBSs host communal "love-ins" or "hippie-style" inversion
throw-back jamfests, in which it's been rumored, anything goes.

How does the JBS taste?

They taste delicious.

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David, who draws the comics.

Animals Displace Us

Just like last year, we're the first in The Webcomic Examiner's list of The Best Webcomics of 2005!

Coincidentally, I just drew a cover for them!

Man, I'm sleepy!

- David

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