It was as crazy as it looks. Cracked me up!
Funny watching her bounce around long-johns like the old friendly neighborhood webslinger himself. Heh, I’m embarrassed to say that I had to look up what a tuque is. I always knew them as watch caps, guess it’s a left over from my Navy days where we called them that. Mmmm, cozy, warm and itchy. Knit wool, what more can I say?
Same here, never heard them called a tuque. Vocabulary +1
I had to look it up before i used the word to make sure it was an actual valid word and not just slang from my childhood.
It’s a real word. 😀
I think it’s mostly used in Canada though.
XD Love it. Made my day!
As a Canadian, I can indeed tell you that the term is used widely here. (Though, the term doesn’t stretch across the American border. Hilarious conversations ensue because of this fact.)
Great comic! I’m definitely going to keep reading!
As a kid we lived in Canada. We also had are first snowy winters there and so “Tuque” is a word that stuck.
Oh, and I checked out your site… Funny,weird stuff. 😀
Pretty cool tuque. Where did you get it?
My wife ordered it for me somewhere on the internet, I think. Or maybe it was from one of the local “cheap” stores… Can’t remember.
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