DWI (Driving While Irresistible)

I’m convinced someone up there loves me. It’s like an answer to a prayer– it’s the holy grail of Slylock comics! It’s none other than…

Slylock Fox – February 10th, 2013

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…Cassandra Cat, lipstick smeared across her face, drunk-driving her way into Slylock’s arms at 1 in the morning! Her chances were ruined when her slurred alibi locked his brain in “logic mode”. For the rest of the night Sly will tell her all about headlights while she cries, downing another beer.

I don’t know what sort of break-up left her this way, but I want to believe it involved that cat over in Six Differences. He’s a heartbreaker, all right.

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About Inkwell

Just your average girl surfing the web for kick-awesome cartoons and comics. I enjoy reading, writing, and listening to my head rattle.
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5 Responses to DWI (Driving While Irresistible)

  1. Ratiocinator says:

    Why does Slylock think Cassandra is lying? Obviously because her car clearly HAS no rear view mirror, AHA! Wow, that was ea–oh, it’s because you can’t see the driver of the car behind you when its headlights are on, and I should know that because I do drive at night and use my rear view mirror when I do? Er, yeah, that also works…I’m just gonna go back to bed and lament how stupid I am now, taking some small solace in the fact that at least Cassandra Cat has returned…

    • Inkwell says:

      Don’t feel bad. Slylock’s just assuming an old bat like Granny Squirrel would even remember her headlights.

      • Ratiocinator says:

        Yes, that is a stretch. Cassandra Cat’s attorney has made a post on Josh’s blog pointing out that Granny Squirrel was driving around with her headlights off, leaving death and destruction in her wake, and Slylock could have prevented this if he had only listened to Cassandra.

        But tragically, like her namesake, nobody believed her until it was too late. 😦

  2. Anon says:

    Is the lion here any better than the “screaming bear” one ? (https://theslylockfiles.wordpress.com/2013/01/11/morbidity-of-youth/) Yeah, didn’t think so!

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