WolfieToons by Dave Wolfe

WolfieToons by Dave Wolfe

Sunday, August 7, 2011

"How Hot Is It?"

It's so hot ice pops are melting in the freezer...

It's so hot squirrels are pouring Gatorade on their nuts...

And (Thank you, Mr. Carson!) it's so hot I saw two fire hydrants fighting over a dog!

And if you think THIS looks hot--

--you should see the other indicator in the new WolfieToon at this week's "Discipline and Desire" update!

The sizzling snippets show what members get this time, and I promise you'll be carried away by  the two free chapters from the "D&D" books:

Maren features a debate about spanking your wife in front of the class... oops, wait-- in class, there is a debate about wife spanking-- in the first chapter of "How To Live Without a Man," and Deborah Plum brings a credit fantasy to life in "Behavior Modification!"  Hmmm, late fees....

Dig it!! 


  1. hi wolfie,

    her reaction to the weather man is hilarious:D considering that her pants are still down and her blistered backside is still sticking out you have to admit that the weather man couldn't have timed it better..................LOL. the catsuit is hilarious too but not as hilarious as the cat sitting there sweating in his underpants and undershirt...........LOL. great toon............nice ass as well as nicely spanked too. phil

  2. omg! That made me laugh out loud! I love the look on that critter's face! And I can imagine the look on hers. Now THAT was a heat wave. Ouch. :-)

  3. Looks like a hit, a very palpable hit! :-D

    Thank you Larken and Phil!

  4. "It's so hot squirrels are pouring Gatorade on their nuts..."

    Coffee spew, LOL! Great cartoon!

  5. Yeah Dave - you need to put a liquid spew warning on when you do that....
    love it!


  6. :-D Thanks, Annie! Yeah, you're right, here ya go:


    View with caution. Cartoon drawing may produce involuntary spasmodic reaction, including, but not limited to, hot caffeine beverage spewage, carbonated beverage nasal wash, and choking involving barnyard fowl. Cartoonist assumes no responsibility for computer screen or keyboard soaking, nor incursion of dry cleaning expenses. If you void where prohibited I will not mop up nor pay your city fine. Member DND.

  7. choke, cough, cough, sputter... Dave, you really should have a warning before your warning and disclaimer. "choking involving barnyard fowl", "if you void where prohibited" you are a sick pup, you know that? I mean that in the nicest way. :-)

    I like the cat in his undies enjoying a cold drink with his fur coat hanging up. Another great cartoon, Dave.

  8. Thanks, Kaki!

    Yes, I am, and I've passed on my DNA! There was the time, many, many years ago, when my five-year-old son came home from swimming lessons to tell me, "Daddy, they won't let me go back to the pool anymore!"

    "Why not?"

    "Because I peed in the pool."

    "Well, okay, that's not good, but I think all the little boys do that!"

    "Yeah, but not from the diving board!"

  9. Dave, I think passing along our sense of humor to our children helps keep a little bit of us with them forever. I was never sure if it was a compliment or not but when my daughters' teacher met me they said they could see where they got their sense of humor.

    Sounds like the apple didn't fall far from the tree, Dave.

  10. Indeed, Kaki! The Fruit of my Looms has, for well and woe, got the best and worst from both sides! Many thanks!

  11. Dave, I was just looking at some of your cartoons and can't believe I missed that naughty bunny in the Cherry Red cartoon the first time I saw it. The look on that rabbit's face, priceless. ;-)

  12. Hello again, Kaki!

    Thanks many! I had to think about what rabbit in which cartoon-- then I remembered the sly bunny and his carrot in the corner of Wolfie Woods with the Daisy Dukes Dame, on Dave's "Cherry Red Report!" Oh, yeah!!

    Dr. Sigmund said, "Sometimes a carrot is just a carrot, but maybe not in that cartoon."