Teeth so clean, you can eat off of them! I knew some kids in grade school that rarely brushed their teeth. Boggled my mind. There was no space between their teeth. They were filled in with white slime. I’m going to go brush my teeth right now.
Tha is he creepiest smile Ive ever seen, and that includes evil clowns and seeing my reflection in the mirror.
that’s a smile? and i think his is the second comic where we see biff’s teeth….O.o he has white gums>.>
@corjoth: no, if you look closely it is pink tinted, but deffinitely not the bright color gums usually are, hard to tell since almost everything else is a very light yellow or just plain white in that area.
I’m just wondering what his body would be up to while his head is going through the cycles….ooo, drying cycle is going to hurt without any protection!
I think Biff is made out of some sort of living clay that cant feel pain. Thats the only way I can make sense of almost everything that happens to him!
But is this worth a mouthload of dishwasher detergent?
My guess is Biff’s expression is saying NO.
So I am assuming the theme is Lazy Shortcuts in Life. Is that correct?
Well it’d help if I read the comments on yesterday’s comic…ugh.
Scrubbedburst reverse osmosis… Oh well. Back to the old guessing board.
So it’s *time* that Biff is wanting to save? Jeepers, creepers! Where can *I* go to buy a Biffspeed dishwashing machine?
Speaking of being squeeky clean, the color scheme here reminds me of certain outer-ring suburban housing subdivisions, where the colors of the houses are obviously required by charter or some binding form of convention to be muted down to various shades of gray.
At least he can’t get soap in his eyes, so maybe the taste would be easy to get over…
When it comes to fighting plaque and gingivitis, Biff really knows how to… “dish” it out.
The Duck Has Spoken.
@ Hershey: Sorry, but I had to ask. You must be thinking of the “soap… poisoning” scene from A Christmas Story?
“The sole (a marine flatfish) has no eyes”
- Roger Waters, Radio KAOS
Reminds me of the head in the fridge scene from It.
i think biff feels pain, not physical, but emotional.
I wonder if he’s washing one of the spare heads?
Biff? Ever hear of a waterpik?
Having Biff’s teeth showing is somehow stranger and creepier than him being headless.
Yeah, the living clay theory for Biff certainly does make sense – in a way.
“Teeth so clean, you can eat off of them!”
That made me laugh out loud!
I’m so glad I decided to re-read all of these pages and read your blurbs this time around.
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