#256 – Barred

When I was a kid I was always nervous when I was unwrapping a twin candy bar like Kit-Kat or Twix. If you are standing right there next to your best friend as you open it you are kind of obliged to offer up half your candy. I would always have to leave the room, quickly eat the first half and then be just biting into the second one as I made eye contact with my friend. Then I could enjoy what was left of the second piece like a normal greedy kid.

Today’s Biff becomes a ninja.

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9 thoughts on “#256 – Barred”

  1. ZeoViolet says:

    My brother once tried something like this. Two seconds later he had a stomach ache and didn’t feel like eating his candy bar anymore.

    Even little sisters can fight back. >:)

  2. Lisa says:

    i can not save chocolate.

  3. Maskman says:

    Trying this on me would’ve meant that you were not eating ANY chocolate at all – I tended to be a counter-puncher, but when I struck back, I also tended to go seriously a-symmetrical.

    Little things, yanno, like hitting back with a hunk of 2×4, and the like.

  4. Panel 2 is t-shirt worthy. The fingers seal the deal.

  5. wannabe_elf says:

    I’ve never felt obliged to share candy just because it’s easily splitable. Is that why I don’t have friends?

  6. uwg says:

    Not sure I’d want to share a candy bar that someone could clock me with….

    1. Vabolo says:

      Yeah, I think I’d just have a Muffin, Man.

  7. EH says:

    Kit Kat now comes in giant bar form that isn’t twin-packed, and is sold in my schools vending machines, they’re really good too.

  8. kingklash says:

    There’s also the Ted DiBiase response: “How does it feel to want?”

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