That’s nice of Wally to share his bellybutton findings with Osbourne. Osbourne, being a bird hatched from an egg, has no bellybutton and therefore is not able to produce his own bellybutton gunk.
Notice that Wally is picking his bellybutton with his right hand (he also throws water balloons with his right hand). Another thing I have not covered is the myth that all polar bears are left-handed. However, just because it is a myth, told by the natives of Polar Bear regions for centuries, doesn’t mean it is not true, there are just no real scientific studies to prove it yet. Researchers and locals have said in their observations, polar bears do seem to favor their left paws for striking when hunting. So maybe there is some internal programming of the Polar Bear to be left-pawed. Not Wally though, Wally has some crazy internal programming, that’s why he’s at the South Pole and that’s why he picks his bellybutton with his right hand.
Someone had asked for On the Rocks in an RSS Feed. It does have one now, but up until today it only fed the text from the posts. I updated it now to send the comic itself too. So for those of you high tech RSS Feed readers out there you can now enjoy the comic conveniently right there from your RSS viewer. If you haven’t added it, the RSS Feed can be found at: http://ontherockscomics.com/feed