Title text: My thighs have seen the glory of the coming of the Lord?
In each panel, Cueball sings a verse from a different song where he replaces the word "eye" with the word "thigh." First it is Survivor's "Eye of the Tiger," then Dean Martin's "That's Amore," and finally Van Morrison's "Brown Eyed Girl."
The comic shows how vastly different each song's meaning becomes when "eye" is replaced with "thigh." In the last panel, Cueball's version makes Megan go "eww," and she asks him if he doesn't have a job he should be doing instead. The eww refers to the fact that the brown-eyed girl turns into a brown-thighed girl, and such colored thighs could be eminently possible via an act of poor defecation on oneself, hence the disgust reaction from Megan.
In the title text, it seems that Cueball continues with a reference to the first line of The Battle Hymn of the Republic, adding to the humorous effect, since typically thighs cannot see. But mainly it is a sexual joke playing on the double meaning of "coming".
Other good songs to replace eyes with thighs, are You're Welcome in Moana(2016), or A Whole New World Aladdin(1992).
- [Cueball is singing into a microphone he is holding while Megan sit in her office chair typing on her computer. Musical notes fly around Cueball.]
- Cueball: It's the thigh of the tiger
- [Cueball continues to sing, titling his head upwards.]
- Cueball: When the moon hits your thigh like a big pizza pie, that's amore.
- [Cueball sings on now holding the microphone in both hands.]
- Cueball: She's my brown-thighed girl.
- Megan: Don't you have a job or something?
- Megan: Also, Eww.
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