Old man and his kitten…by carguy

Dan “the car guy” strikes again in this piece, showcasing an old man with a kitten playing with his bag of urine…he doesn’t seem at all bothered by the flies or the kitten tugging on the bag attached to the tube attached to his caphiter…wtf dan…


  1. omg that cracks me up.

    • joncorpuz
    • April 14th, 2009

    Dan…please explain your story behind this…

    • dancrlo
    • April 15th, 2009

    Well this is a funny, true story of a time I accompanied my grandfather whom was visiting his senile old friend. His friend had just come home from the hospital, although I don’t remember the reason he went in. My grandfather and I get to his house, and the man’s wife answer’s the door. I was introduced, and we were led into a small room where my grandfather’s friend was quietly watching television. I was introduced to the cheery old man and as we sat down, the old man picks up his half-filled caphiter bag and throws it onto the table and yells to his wife, “Pour our guests some of this wine!” After half an hour, I finally was able to get up off the floor from dying of laughter. We then had an awkward conversation with the old man as he sat and was busy just following the caphiter tube up and down with a look on his face like what the hell is this thing doing to me. I will never forget that old man who gave me the best laugh of my life.

    • dancrlo
    • April 15th, 2009

    These drawings are my ode to that hilarious old man.

    • M’colleague and I can’t make the first one, boo and hiss (lack of financials, plus I’m going cat-sitting – not lailrtley sitting on cats, that’s just hideous) but will try and make at least some of the others. I’m sure you are fully aware of how ridiculously sad we are when it comes to such things.Good luck for Part The First!

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    • That’s 2 clever by half and 2×2 clever 4 me. Thanks!

    • Woot, I will certainly put this to good use!

    • joncorpuz
    • April 15th, 2009

    God Dannit…great story…i know you gave me one other sketch of the old man, i hope you have more for this series…

  2. I love this series Dan, and Im so glad that you could share that story along with this sketch….cause basically, when you first showed us this sketch….we too laughed for hours on end!

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