…cuz he only has two hands????
Question answered! Case closed!
because canada is cold and coffee is the only way to keep one’s hands warm without looking silly for holding 3kg of boiled moose meat
Oh Kenny, poor misguided Kenny. No one looks silly holding 3kg of boiled moose meat in Canada – cause we ALL do it!
Whoa…these two have quite the relationship. Kurt is a little possessive.
I think it’s more just a close friendship.
You did it! you won!
I’d have to agree with the coffee comment to a degree. When I knew I had to wait for the train I would often grab a tea from Second Cup or S’bucks. Works way better than gloves.
It’s a technique I’ve often used.
…also, why did he litter?
Ben, why did you let him litter in a comic?
That makes you a virtual litter enabler!!
It’s ok – it’s biodegradable!
The REALLY interesting thing here is that inside those two coffee cups are two smaller coffee cups.
Clearly it took him two months to get those coffees.
The lines were long?
Getting two drinks makes drinking alone seem less pathetic with the added bonus of feeling infinitely lonelier.
I’m not saying I’ve done this but I’ve done this.
Of course, when I buy two bagels and only one coffee I’m judged as well.
Yeah, I half to agree. I hear my wife’s voice when I read this. Something’s up between these two.
Friends try to help friends stick to the things they try to stick to.
The coffee is for his new girlfriend, also smoking is bad. Bad Ernest!
You’re half right.
“I haven’t heard from you in two fucking months”…my sentiments exactly Ernest! Glad to see them back. I agree with Brooke, the other coffee must be for the new girl.
Who is the second coffee intended for!? Find out next week in the latest instalment of Wretched Little Creatures – only on CKRW Talk Radio!
Holy cappuccino… Ernest was smoking one cigarette for more than two months waiting for Kurt. I’m sensing a time paradox here, Ben.
It was one of those long cigarettes.
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