Fables Cartoons
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Fables Cartoons

Fables cartoon 1 of 52

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"The little pig with the portfolio of straw and the little pig with the portfolio of sticks were swallowed up, but the little pig with the portfolio of bricks withstood the dip in the market."

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Fables cartoon 6 of 52

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"It is thornlike in appearance, but I need to order a battery of tests."

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Fables cartoon 9 of 52

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"And, because a princess can't be forced to testify against her prince, they lived happily ever after."

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Fables cartoon 11 of 52

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"It wasn't so much losing the race, it was losing the shoe contract."

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Fables cartoon 13 of 52

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Fables cartoon 14 of 52

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"I figured as long as I was having the thorn taken out of my paw, might as well have a body scrub and get my mane redone."

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Fables cartoon 16 of 52

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"...And somebody's been listening to my Berlioz!"

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Fables cartoon 19 of 52

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"So far, so good! And no one's wise to the performance enhancing drugs!"

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NA200347

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Fables cartoon 21 of 52

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"Perhaps He Was Too Close To The Situation, But Aesop Failed To See Any Goddamned Moral To The Story Of The Goddamned Birds Eating His Goddamned Tomatoes Again . . ."

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