Just Eat Them

Human Nature Satire Webcomic

In the acclaimed crime novel “The Godfather”, Don Corleone says: “Keep your friends close, but your enemies closer”.

In “The Art of War” Sun Tzu says: “Know the enemy and know yourself in a hundred battles you will never be in peril”.

“And it is folk knowledge that you should never underestimate your opponent” said François von Barkle to himself, remembering a couple of insolent bears who ignored the voracity of human nature.

This satire webcomic captures the funny story of two hungry bears who underestimate the danger posed by the folly and vices of human nature.

If you like human nature humor or dark humor about folly and human vices you might love this webcomic.

Overheard Conversations collects real animal stories with human problems in a social satire webcomic.

Two hungry bears plan to eat humans
Two hungry bears are dissuaded by the sage of their herd to give up the idea of eating humans
The sage of a bear herd tries to convince a couple of dumb bears of the danger of human folly and vices
A pair of dumb bears insist on devouring humans, disregarding the danger they are in
Wise bear shows evidence of human evil
A bear ignores warnings about folly and human vices and insists on devouring them
Bear tries to reason with a pair of dumb bears who want to devour humans

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