Permanent URL: https://mezzacotta.net/postcard/?comic=4514
Translated from ancient Sumerian by: David Morgan-Mar
The author writes:
The first time that Amanda met Basil Braseby, he tried to impress her with risqué but sardonic jokes delivered in an utterly deadpan fashion. This didn't appeal to her sense of humour at all, and she quickly excused herself and left the party early.
The second time that Basil Braseby met Amanda, he tried a different tack. He flirted with her, slapped her buttocks, and made several suggestive remarks and crude innuendos. Amanda found this exciting and thoroughly enjoyed the attention.
Which just goes to show that when it comes to making sauce, fresh Basil is unequivocally better than dry Basil.