Is the pink one Julia Child? (LOL) I'm the same way, Belle. The moment I see a living thing I instinctively want to name it and turn it into a pet rather than kill and eat it. Someday I want you to meet my rhino, Benny, who has his own room in my house. :) I'm happy to see your dinosaur cartoon back in production, dear friend Belle. It's always nice to start (and end) the day with a smile.
Oh, I would so do the same thing!!!
I agree with Shady & Shelly - I would keep that little lobster for a pet! Love your little cartoons. Nice way to bring a smile to my face on a Monday morning. Thank you!
Our sweet and sensitive grandson Ryan is attending a school of culinary arts. I know this story will ring true when he is faced with cooking lobster. We should probably start picking out names.
It looks like cooking school may be a tough go for Krag....thanks for the Monday morning smiles.
I know so many people who are like this when it comes to cooking lobsters and I'm one of them, go you Krag!
Hi Shady! She does look like Julia, I think. I've had trouble with time and inspiration over my dino friends. But I'll keep working on them. Shelly- I always feel sorry for the lobsters at restaurants. If I had to kill my own food I would have to be a vegetarian.Diane- Hello and hugs. I could never boil a lobster that's for sure!Granny- Oh dear, he will have a hard time I think. I felt sick even when I saw Chef Ramsey cut up a live urchin on TV.Jeanie- Yes, I think Krag is headed for trouble.Matthew- We think alike!
Big old softie!Lobster is pretty good though...
Poor, poor lobster!
Awww I'm glad it was saved!
This will not end well!Pearl
Pat- I've never eaten lobster - To me it looks like a big bug!Yvonne- I do feel sorry for them.Juliette- me too.Pearl- Yes, I'm not sure what it would be like to live with a lobster!
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