Wait a minute...Porky Pig is a carnivore?
So...many...so many...double...en-entendres... Must...resist...cheap dirty jokes...on G-rated blog...Ghaahhhh!Inner Beavis...must crack on...Mister Weatherbee...-cough-
I didn't know comics like "The Farmer's Daughter" were allowed back then.
I'm happy to have had the chance to Google up the following MSU Library listing (my emphasis added):The Farmer's Daughter. -- Wilmington, Del. : Stanhall Publications, 1954. -- col. ill. ; 26 cm. -- Published no. 1 (Feb./Mar. 1954) - no. 4 (Oct. 1954), cf. Overstreet Comic Book Price Guide. -- Comics on the interaction of traveling sales personnel with women in agricultural setting. -- LIBRARY HAS: no. 2-4. -- Call no.: PN6728.2.S755F3Such a droll description.
I'm bothered by Grandma Duck's Farm Friends. Why does a duck own a farm with non-anthropomorphic animals on it?
That Food of the Gods cover is horrifying. Revenge of the Giant Chickens!
Sleestak, if you find giant poultry terrifying you might want to avoid The Lost Saucer (links: Wikipedia, IMDB, YouTube), a 1975-76 kid's TV show in which time-travelling androids Fi and Fum (Ruth Buzzi and Jim Nabors) are frequently attacked by chickaphants (half chicken, half elephants).Come to think of it, you might want to avoid The Lost Saucer even if you don't find giant poulty terrifying.
**Comics on the interaction of traveling sales personnel with women in agricultural setting.**Yep. That's exactly what it's about. Personnel interacting in an agricultural setting. You bet.
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