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Comic #3726

1 Monty: You can't have seen Merlin, dad. He's a legend; he didn't really exist. And even if he did, he'd be long dead.
2 Prof. Jones: You forget, he's a wizard. Unusual reach through space and time.
2 Monty: You must have dreamt it all.
3 Prof. Jones: Ah, yes… It all makes sense now. He may not have really been there.
3 Monty: Glad to see you're talking sense.
4 Prof. Jones: He could have been visiting my dreams from the past using magic!

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That's some breakfast spread. In case you're wondering: an apple, two bananas, two (giant) croissants, two sausages, and two whole fish. I have personally, at various times, had all of those different things for breakfast.

I have some Lego carrots too, but I can barely manage to eat those for dinner once in a while - I'm not putting them in my breakfast headspace.

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