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Date Written: February 24, 2005
Author: Mr. Pony
Average Vote: 4.42857

03/3/2005 Jimson S. Sorghum (5):
03/3/2005 TheBuyer: you got me, I thought he was going to fuck the pig-head.
03/3/2005 Sergio (5): Ava is so hot.
03/3/2005 The Rid (5): Now that's funny.
03/3/2005 Shaun Belorus: this installment seems to indicate that the fyornch has a genuine predilection for anal, blowing to smithereens the theory that he was bufuing ava's dead parents as some sort of elborate gag. he really thought it'd bring them back to life. admit it!
03/3/2005 qualcomm (3): right, shaun! 3.49 stars.
03/3/2005 TheBuyer: dude, are you gonna have another party soon, I fucked up big time by not going last time.
03/3/2005 Dick Vomit (3): In a world where Pony makes something like the Hot Starship AI short and the previous Ava/Fyornch short, I just can't justify 5-ing this. For Pony, this is ... a 3, I think!
03/3/2005 TheBuyer (4): I'm with Dick Vomit, it's not a five, but that plate of bulimia Ava is carting around got a laugh out of me. I'm a sucker for giant, cartoon drumsticks and eating disorders.
03/3/2005 Jon Matza: Undecided about overall effect, but the buffet close-up (panel 6) and the overhead shot are flavor nodule.
03/3/2005 Jimson S. Sorghum: I missed the first installment when it was posted. I just read it now and I prefer this one. It's more surprising, I think.
03/3/2005 Benny Maniacs (5): I like how Pony takes a small little thing that sticks out in his mind and turns it into an epic (Danish Soccerball Team). This is on par with Bambi.
03/3/2005 Benny Maniacs: Wait a minute - the Fyornch didn't eat anything. Was he merely satiated on the sweet & sour memories of earlier? Or was he too upset by the immorality of his butt-raping to eat? Possibly he had unfinished business to get back to, thus destracting him from his meal.
03/3/2005 Partytime: Ava may not sufficiently open herself emotionally to Fyornch, thus he may be dissatisafied with regard to a deeper understanding of (and bond with) humankind. If so, his analizing of humans may be a means of analyzing that humanity. Further, a viable case may be made for the anaclitic nature of Fyornch’s dilemna (see final panel). If this hypothesis proves-out, and we are witnessing Fyornch in the throes of an all-to-human mental disorder, it may be a significant indicator that Fyornch— first atavistic and then caught between worlds—is intellectually metamorphosing. If so, Gentlemen, we must tremble with awe and delight at thought of the implications.
03/3/2005 Dick Vomit: I think I owe Pony a star on this, though I'm willing to bet that if every reader put his/her interpretation of this short into writing none of the interpretaions would match.
03/3/2005 Dick Vomit: In fact, I really thought Fyornch just wanted to eat some Cop Meat and felt self-conscious/conflicted about that. [I am retarded]
03/3/2005 Litcube (5): Laughed. Enjoyed artwork.
03/3/2005 Jon Matza: As I see it, the Fyornch isn't feeling self-conscious or guilty at all in that last panel. He's pining for his lost rape, which was interrupted in panel 3 by an impatient Ava tapping her watch. Diminutive size notwithstanding, Ava clearly calls the shots around here. Thus the twosome proceeds to the 'straunt in panel 4. Note the Fyornch's sullen disappointment in the next frame; in contrast Ava is lit up with excitement. Apparently she has an addiction of her own, food. This is underscored in the the "cornucopia of culinary delights" sequence depicted in panels 6-10. Pony then artfully cuts to a mid-distance, bird's eye view for the panel 11 shocker: the Fyornch's plate is empty! Why on earth wouldn't a hefty fellow like the Fyornch take advantage of such an opulent buffet? Meanwhile, the happy-as-a-clam Ava callously heads for the table her plate laden with succulent foodstuffs. She is blissfully indifferent to the Fyornch's distress, not even noticing his empty plate. In the last panel we see what's eating the Fyorch. He craves only the carnal delights he has been denied.
03/3/2005 Jon Matza (5): A Veryberry element, perhaps the key to these A&F toons, lies in Ava's blithe indifference to her counterpart's sex crimes (except insofar as it interrupts her own agenda).
03/3/2005 qualcomm: yeah, perhaps.
03/3/2005 Phony Millions (4):
03/4/2005 Klause Muppet (4):
03/4/2005 John Slocum (5): The expression on The Fyornch's face in panel one got sloc giggling in a deep, grandiose manner. Many 'laughing' moments followed. This is worth 5 stars. Enjoyed Matza's analysis. But Man! Panel 1. Panel 1. Panel 1. And the payoff in then last panel. The payoff in the last panel. Man!
03/4/2005 John Slocum: Pon-dawg: did you ever read Zaralda's (sp?) Ogre (children's book)?
03/4/2005 Mr. Pony: No, I don't think so.
03/4/2005 John Slocum: panels 7-10 are straight outta Zaralda's ogre. Jimson, can you testify? Qualcomm, please call ripoff.
03/4/2005 Mr. Pony: I bet my shrimp tempura looks more delicious.
03/4/2005 John Slocum: yah, for sure, but only because zaralda didn't make shrimp tempura for the ogre!!!! (so let's say panels 7-10 not including panel 8).
03/4/2005 Mr. Pony: And I'm going to go out on a limb here, but I'm willing to bet 100 credits that Zaralda's roast beef was criminally overdone.
03/4/2005 John Slocum: now there's where you're wrong. Her RB was Rosy, real rosy.
03/4/2005 John Slocum: now there's where you're wrong. Her RB was Rosy, real rosy.
03/4/2005 Mr. Pony: How rosy was it?
03/4/2005 John Slocum: real rosy.
03/4/2005 Mr. Pony: Hey, does anyone have a copy of this book? We have to settle a bet here. There's credits on the line.
03/4/2005 Jimson S. Sorghum: Really Rosy? Oh, yeah, that's a wonderful children's book. A classic. Sendak. Good stuff.
03/6/2005 Mr. Pony: Hey, Slocum, I found something kind of weird.
03/7/2005 John Slocum: I'M FAMOUS!!!
03/7/2005 Mr. Pony: I hope you're missing my point on purpose.
03/7/2005 John Slocum: you can hope all you want, but I'm missing your point. It's not that I'm famous?
03/7/2005 Mr. Pony: Just that, in all the world wide internet, the only reference to this book you cite is your actual reference to it. Are you playing with me? Why are you playing with me?
03/7/2005 Litcube: (ha!)
03/7/2005 John Slocum: Oh yah, I did notice that. IT does exist. Jimson verified it. Google Sendak.
03/7/2005 John Slocum: wait, Jimson, is it really sendak? I don't think so.
03/7/2005 John Slocum: http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/1570982686/104-1160414-3842347?v=glance&st=*
03/7/2005 John Slocum: ungerer is the author
03/7/2005 Mr. Pony: Just what are you trying to pull, Slocum?
03/7/2005 John Slocum: I'm trying to pull your downfall.
03/17/2005 Ewan Snow (4): What, exactly, is the guy in the uniform? Cop, security guard, postal officer?
03/27/2005 Ferucio P. Chhretan (5): 37 out of 10.