But who WOULDN’T want a picture with a panda?

I love my readers.

They send me links to stories about pandas, or about bears, or about totally unrelated things that might need to be addressed by panda satire. For instance, the woman who was stopped going through airport security because the frosting on her cuppycake weighed more than 3 ounces. I mean…wasn’t I OBLIGATED to write a cartoon about that?

well, if I can't carry it through security, can I eat it now?

well, if I can’t carry it through security, can I eat it now?

The other day, my friend and partner in cuppycake obsession, Vicky Vladic, sent me this story about tourism in Australia.  The funny thing is, the TV spot was generated in China. You know I had to do this cartoon:

Is this a film of the pandy kindy?

Is this a film of the pandy kindy?

:o)

Be the Bear!
Bob T. Panda

10 thoughts on “But who WOULDN’T want a picture with a panda?

    1. Panda in Chief Post author

      Yes, pandas do love to behave badly! As you know, it costs a lot of money to keep pandas in bamboo and cuppycakes, so the panda kindergaten does like to pick up work where ever they can. Casting them dor this commercial seemed a natural.
      Incannot speak to the anotomical confusion you refer to. Pandas are very mysterious, is all I can say.

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          1. Panda in Chief Post author

            Oh, dear…. That was embarrassing….well, panda boys will be panda boys, won’t they? I must register a protest to the statement that captive breeding program results have been”dismal” I don’t think the reporter has totally done their homework on that one. While not all of the captive breeding pairs have been successful, there has been something of a panda baby boom since 2005.

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