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Although they usually simply insult each other verbally they inevitably make up swiftly.
The story of that incident is told in How Obelix Fell into the Magic Potion When he was a Little Boy.Obelix I (French: Obélix) is a fictional character from the French comic book series Asterix.He works as a menhir sculptor and deliveryman, and is Asterix's best friend.He harbours a hopeless crush on Panacea, the daughter of Soporifix (one of the other villagers), and occasionally other young women, most notably Mrs. However, one may think that he will eventually find a mate and have children since in Asterix and the Class Act, he is shown to be the founder of a long dynasty of French warriors that lasted well into the 20th century.Obelix' favourite food is roast wild boar which he usually hunts with Asterix, but he has a voracious appetite, and will try eating nearly anything with few exceptions.This appears to only work on grown people as Obelix didn't turn to stone as a baby).
However, in Asterix and Cleopatra, Getafix gives him a few drops when opening a door in the Great Pyramid's Labyrinth (that even Obelix can't budge open), and it does increase his strength further but at his point and he even fails to notice any differences.
In fact, he eats nuts and oysters in the shell, and is completely oblivious to drugs, spicy food and poison.
However, when he consumes alcohol, he gets very drunk very quickly.
Since this effect was not intended or expected, Getafix refuses to allow him even one more drop except under the direst circumstances (either out of fear for his life, or fear for the lives of others' should the inattentive and uncoordinated strongman become any stronger), which annoys him greatly.
(In Asterix and Obelix All at Sea, it is revealed that too much of the potion can turn the drinker to stone; exactly how much is not known, but a whole cauldron will certainly do the trick.
His passions in life are hanging around with Asterix, beating up Roman legionaries (and occasionally collecting their helmets), eating roast boar and making and carrying menhirs.