24 comments on “Rematch

  1. Ha! I especially enjoyed the anime-dashing, flowing tie and belt, dress on the tail, hair covering Mandy Seley’s eye, and the greeter’s nervous smile. I noticed the “Stink Not” deodorant. Is that the competitor to “Yay! Antiperspirant.”? I guess Fox made the rematch more sporting by not using magic powers. Is that toothpaste or is he rabid about competition?

  2. i can just picture it in my head comic book Mandy practiced for days to get faster to match or beat anime sequence fox….only to find out a evil twin fox nefariously temporally stole his transformation powers

  3. There are some things where it does not pay to be competitive….

    For everything else, theres Mastercard. ;P


    1. And dressed. She never specified that they had to be COMPLETELY dressed. LOL.

  4. Ah, some competitions are just TOO good to pass up. We’ll see this again. LOL.

  5. Given both were wet and not completely dressed, does that mean neither won?

  6. In both races, Mandy ended up with something on only one foot by the end.

  7. I was not expecting that ending XD My favorite moments in the mad dressing scramble are Fox’s heart boxers – do heart boxers even exist in the real world, or are they purely for cartoons – and Mandy’s mad flossing.

    In other news, I’ve been reading the comic for a while, but never commented. So, hi! I love Curtailed and hope you keep doing this for a very long time 🙂

  8. No shirt no shoes no service…. Nope, nothing about no pants. This way sir.

  9. When I want to really impress my wife, I take advantage of a few tricks I picked up in the Army for getting ready fast. All it takes is a little bit of preparation the evening before.

    Pre-select your outfit. (very easy to do in the service as I pretty much wore the same damn thing every day) Move your selected shirt/pants/jacket together so you can grab them all at once, but be sure to keep them on separate hangars. If you have a walk-in closet, positition them directly in-line with or adjacent the door. Alternatively, just keep a few outfits arranged like that in position for a quick grab.

    Keep a few pairs of socks ready to “roll out” – roll them up as if you were going to put them on, then place them in the front of your sock drawer.

    Don’t actually tie your shoes – Pull the laces tight, do a single hitch, then tuck the laces in to deal with later.

    And this one is more recent – zipper ties. I haven’t tied a tie in five years, and it looks ten times better than a clip-on.

  10. Might be a bit off topic, but-

    The waitress is very cute.
    I am curious though, is she a Husky, or a Pomeranian?
    Or some other curly tailed breed?
    I’m not good at identifying dog breeds, I’m afraid.


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