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A dog considers existence and essence.
Last week my poor little pup, Zeke, managed to throw out his neck and back from yelling at the Mailman. While he was recovering and taking it easy in the backyard one day, my wife witnessed the following interaction between Zeke and his nemesis, the squirrels.
Alas poor Zeke spent some time coming to terms with his mortality.1
But not to worry, he’s surprisingly far more resilient than most other dogs. How I’m not sure, but after a few days of pumping him full of drugs from the vet, he’s back to his old self a week later.
Also, those arrogant little squirrels have been properly dealt with.
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Yes, Zeke got existential in his recovery. But as a test of your existentialist knowledge, see if you can guess what philosophers and stage plays this comic is riffing on. Tell me in the comments.