The Maple Tree

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20 Responses to The Maple Tree

  1. Heather says:

    Oh no! This has made me feel sad. Poor tree. =o(

  2. steve says:

    this needs another scene, where the alien burst from the chest of the tree, oh, sorry, wrong film

    :D

  3. Jin says:

    Aww..

    but I love maple syrup.. :(

  4. John says:

    Reminds me of heart-plugs in Dune :|
    Baron Harkonnen must have some canadian ancestors.

  5. sr esquilo says:

    I find the pine tree version a bit more brutal:
    http://www.fotodependente.com/img12202.htm

  6. Patty says:

    Aww, poor maples.

  7. Blisschick says:

    Aww, poor tree. Literally, it’s life’s blood is being sapped from it. And then we eat it on pancakes. I feel like a tree vampire now. :(

  8. CMunk says:

    Quick, little deer, fetch a beaver to end the trees’ suffering!

  9. Mark Monlux says:

    I heard that tree explosions are common in Vermont because people are lazy and are no longer going out and tapping the trees.

  10. willwot says:

    What a long strange drip it has been.

  11. Don says:

    Oh, that’s just cruel. :-(

  12. mattozan says:

    What, I can’t enjoy a bit of tree blood on my pancakes without feeling guilty?

  13. Tom says:

    I think we know what happened to the Entwives now.

  14. T says:

    …so true…

  15. Doug says:

    For the record, this cartoon is not intended as a serious comment about the maple syrup production process. Or about anything else for that matter! :) I meant it only as an absurd take on a standard sci-fi plotline. Like The Matrix, but with maple trees. Plus a bit of Alien Resurrection thrown in for good measure!

  16. Wildbird says:

    A maple syrup alien comes bursting from the tree and scares the deer

  17. Jeremy says:

    Turns out sap has nothing to do with sappers.

  18. Aud says:

    Poor maple goodness!!
    OUI…Entwives and explosions=Exploding Entwives!

  19. kristina says:

    I obviously need glasses – I thought the deer was a kangaroo at first, and I was wondering what he was doing in Canada, lurking through the maple trees! ;)

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