You remember that late one night, Macbeth intoned,
"Is this a derriere I see before me,
unclad before my hand? Come, let me clutch thee."
If you don't, I may have got some of the words wrong.
But I do know that Hamlet said that one could quiet things down by taking up a bare bottom. Or, maybe it was "bare bodkin," I was thinking of something else at that moment.
(Any resemblance between WolfieToon characters and actual actors Kenneth Branagh and David Caruso is entirely likely to be undetectable. But-- Horatio Caine! Get it?)
Anyway, this post will feature WolfieToons featuring unclad buttocks, denuded behinds, and bare bottoms. If that's a rare thing in my cartoons, it's because doing it that way gives it more -- impact!