Knight bibs

Today’s Wayno/Piraro Bizarro (“Joust Desserts”) takes us to the restaurant Le Chevalier de Bon Goût, whose clientele is dragons:

(#1) (If you’re puzzled by the odd symbol in the cartoon — Dan Piraro says there’s just one in this strip — see this Page.)

The dragons are wielding tools for cracking open knights in armor to get at the tasty meat inside: their versions of the wooden mallets and seafood crackers used for wrestling lobsters to submission. And they are wearing knight bibs: their version of the lobster bibs offered by seafood restaurants.

The tools. From the Williams Sonoma Co., high-end versions of the mallet and cracker:

(#2) The lobster mallet

(#3) The seafood cracker

The bibs. From my 3/27/20 posting “Chez Le Fourmilier II”, with a section on lobster bibs and this previous Bizarro on the scene at the restaurant Chez Le Fourmilier:

(#4) Yes, the same joke pattern, but with ants and anteaters (and ant bibs) instead of knights and dragons (and knight bibs)

2 Responses to “Knight bibs”

  1. Michael Newman Says:

    Of course, they missed the opportunity to show how easy it would have been to have the knight cooked at the table.

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