It’s sound logic, imo.
We just use the cat-uum cleaner. Perhaps Peter and Konstantin can be trained? Well, Konstantin at least…
I think I need to start claiming one of my cats Hoover…we already call another one Sir Snorts.
Thankfully we have 4 hoover dogs already, but we have a cat that’s doing it as well. 😀
We had a cat that was like a vacuum cleaner. Until it would puke everything back up. Silly cat.
You forgot to empty it’s bag maybe? 😛
A baby rabbit will do as well 😀
See, at least K keeps it all on the furniture.
I always forget I don’t have a dog after visiting my mother. I’ve actually called for the dog that doesn’t live here to clean up a toast crust.
What are these things in the second panel? Breads?
Looks like crackers with soft cheese. And now I’m craving cheese…
Getting a dog is the easier solution 😛 I hate cleaning meh
HAHA I’ve finally caught up! I just discovered this comic last night and binge read the entire thing. I love you two so much; keep up the great work!
This is what we have our 2 corgis for! Also the Roomba for anything else leftover. =P
The only time my Chihuahua is EVER on the floor!
Bark-uums are awesome. 🙂
I solve this problem by having everything I spill land on my boobs. :/
Dogs are automatic quadrupedal brooms!
I’m on K’s side on this one, Clumsy Charlie (or Slovenly Sue as you see fit). Crackers are not little plates – didn’t Mitch Hedberg teach you anything? The cracker panel is the only one that lacks any dishware! Hmmm,
I couldn’t help but notice that the only panel not containing any dishware was the one with the crackers. They are NOT tiny plates! Didn’t Mitch Hedberg teach you anything? I am on K’s side with this one. I feel for you, really though – I relate to Pigpen most days: the minute I walk out of my bedroom *POOF* a mess ensues. Feminine I am not 🙂
As someone with a dog(Four in fact), I can say this is totally legitimate logic.
Such a pity dogs don’t also eat dust…
It might be a little easier to hold onto Your crackers if You had another finger on each hand. 😉
(I noticed that You carried the three-finger convention through to Your feets.)
This is a good reason to get a dog. We even take ours to friends’ houses to clean crumbs out of their carpets.
Still, what food she cleans up, she replaces with loose hair.
I love how K knows why Stiffler wants a dog even though she’s not in the same room =P
We’ve unintentionally trained my parents’ dog to to respond to ‘help’ when we’ve dropped something. Usually he is around when you are cooking/eating, (you know just in case he’s needed) but if he’s outside, we just call “Raider help!” and he is there in a flash. Wish I could get the cats to do that.
haha with dogs you never need to pick up food xD Just hair!
Just increase your dexterity with your next level. You won’t be dropping so much food then.
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