#659 – Sealed

I hated pickles when I was a kid. My only exposure to them were as sour neon green disks the invaded my McDonald’s cheeseburger. I really don’t know when the switch got flipped in my brain that made those flavors acceptable. It must have been sometime in my early teens. That’s when I would start to look forward to going to the county fair each year because I could get a fresh pickle the size of my forearm and eat it in place of a proper lunch.

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24 thoughts on “#659 – Sealed”

  1. Saber says:

    but pickles are nutritious, they have vitamin e k l p i c and s in them!

  2. iiiiitty bitty little space

  3. Linuxexorcist says:

    I love pickles, we never had them at home, but my friend always had a gallon-jar in his fridge that never got eaten, baby garlic dill pickled rocked, we’d take 5 each and go downstairs and play halo for and hour

    asking for infinite wishes would be a better idea, i guess the genie would eventually star trying to kill you so he could be free though…

  4. MaskedMan says:

    Disney reference FTW. Sux to be Biff!

    I’ve always loved pickles. Even before I got my first chance to try home-canned bread-and-butter pickles or watermellon pickles, I loved them. I’d even drink the brine. My Grandmother came to live with us when I was still quite young; she was the Grand Dutchess of canning, and the Empress Paramount of pickles. We had more awesome pickles than we could easily find shelves for, and she filled the basement with the canned output of our gardens.

  5. Chris says:

    While I still love a good pickle now and again, I’ve quite taken to other pickled vegetables. Pickled garlic, pickled, carrots, pickled, cabbage, etc.

  6. Signum says:

    How is biff going to get out of this little pickle?

  7. Kurast says:


    Haha… ha… it’s a pun!

  8. Jackson says:

    Perhaps he can still escape, if someone accidentally leaves the lid…ajar!

    On a less punny note: my gosh, did Biff even think about this wish?

  9. Foxhound2 says:

    Wow..,@ Signum- Funny!! XD XD

  10. no name says:

    WHOO HOO! I HAVE A SNOW DAY!!! And who would wish for the power to grant wishes? Everyone knows you wish for more wishes.

  11. Genesismonk says:

    Pickle…Ajar…Hmm, what hasn’t been used yet…

    Sour Situation? No. Feeling a little Dill? Maybe later

    Ugh, all the good ones have been taken! That’s what I get for showing up late.

  12. DTanza says:

    Hehe Biff has been turned into a Bickle

  13. OTTER says:

    knowing biff the whole thing will be resolved Monday with out explanation or logic like most cartoons often are

  14. Shorty says:

    I had the opposite problem with cottage cheese. I used to like it, then one day I ate it and it didn’t taste good to me anymore.

  15. Biff’s home has been taken away from him and he lives in a pickle jar…because he forgot to pay his dills.

  16. the_gail says:

    I love pickles, my mom used to make them when I was little and she had to hide them or I’d eat a whole jar of them…then wash it down with milk. Oddly this never made me sick.

  17. Wizard says:

    Jackson – If Biff ever thought, we wouldn’t have a comic.

  18. Speakerblast says:

    But the brine will take years off his complexion!


    @no name. We only had a busses cancelled day, stupid Mississauga schools never close

  19. Zelda Adlez says:

    @Signum I guess his fate is sealed.

  20. Baltic says:

    Pickles are actually green and slightly acidic capsules of pure awesome and win. Don’t ever forget that.

  21. Some guy says:

    I’ve always liked pickles & gherkins. I can’t explain why.

  22. wisp says:

    never underestimate the healing power of the allmighty pickle… just dont eat one just after getting a new dental filling X( the acid from the pickle and the new metal causes static discharges every few seconds. (like sticking a 9-volt battery on your tongue with a mouthfull of foil…

  23. Three of Nineteen says:

    I STILL hate pickles. They’re evil zombie cucumbers that are trying to take over the world.

  24. Zach Light says:

    An Alladin gag.

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