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Comic #747

1 Kyros: We need riding horses too, for a long journey such as this.
2 Draak: Draak like horse.
3 Alvissa: Draak, aren't you a bit big to ride a horse?
4 Draak: Draak like horse with cream sauce.

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2014-03-19 Rerun commentary: I got the idea of using cream sauce specifically here, as opposed to any other form of sauce or condiment, from a recent (at the time of making this comic) reading of Asterix and the Normans. In that book, the Normans are always eating things in cream sauce - a humorous reference to the frequent use of cream in modern Normandy cuisine.

I wonder how the joke would have been changed if Draak had said he likes horse with pesto?

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