Stephan Pastis does it again.  He may have the most creative sense of humor in comic strips today.  Click the image to be taken to a larger version at the Pearls Before Swine Web page.

Who named it “urinal cake”, anyway?  What led them to that description?  Sounds warped to me . . .



  1. The 2nd definition of cake is:
    a) block of compacted or congealed matter
    b) a hard or brittle layer or deposit

    "Caked on deposits in the engine" is an example.

  2. "Cake of soap" is likely the derivation. Though I do like the alleged sign some wag supposedly put up somewhere: [DO NOT EAT BIG MINT]

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