Savage Chickens - Treehugger

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15 Responses to Treehugger

  1. Steve says:

    Was the stump hugged too much?

    he he

    :)

  2. Matej says:

    Damned treehuggin’ chippies!

  3. Lumber J says:

    poor stump!

  4. Anonymous says:

    Yeah. . .eventually he’ll get a sliver and chop that tree into a million toothpicks.

  5. Lindsy says:

    awww! Poor chicken!

  6. Ev says:

    wow that stump sounds like a recently-divorced friend of mine

  7. Anonymous says:

    true love last forever, unless your a tree and a chicken
    -Lemon

  8. Jen K says:

    I didn’t get to say it the other day, but HAPPY ANNIVERSARY! I’ve been reading your comic and posting them around the office for the last three years as subtle commentary. :) And this year, I gave everyone in my department Savage Chickens mugs. SC is my “Dilbert.” Thanks!

  9. Anonymous says:

    This is a very sad cartoon! Maybe I’m reading something other than what was intended, but isn’t it a realistic view? We have to say goodbye to our environment?

  10. Ada says:

    Doug you very accurately summed up the drama in which I have been unfortunately embroiled recently. My hat off to you sir, for another excellent comic. (And happy 3 years!)

  11. Jonas V. says:

    This is so cute :D

  12. diana says:

    love the expression on the chicken. looks like he’s gonna cry for joy any minute. haha.

  13. Bob Marley says:

    I could smoke that tree if the chicken would leave already….

  14. When I first moved to Norway, I was pleasantly amused to discover a sign advertising the services of a “Trehogger”.
    The sign helpfully included a picture of the honest worker in question, from which – thanks to the axe over his shoulder – it could clearly be inferred that “Tree hacker” would probably be a reasonable translation, despite the superficial initial resemblance to tree-hugger.

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