Suggested wine pairing: zinfandel.
Mountain Time turns 6 today!
You know, anyone can be bad at drawing, but it takes a truly talentless person to still be this bad after 6 years.
Hey, now, don’t talk about yourself like that! You’ve drawn eyes with pupils in the last two comics. Does that sound like something a “talentless person” could do? Stop feeling sorry for yourself and start coming up with some more witty one-liners. Turn that Pity Party into a Pithy Party. Or “Pithy Parthy”, would that be funnier? Or too many jokes at once? I don’t know, I’m not a comedian, what do you expect from me? Ah, forget it, I’m going to the deli, anybody want anything?
A perfectly appropriate anniversary comic! great sky face is a very cool fellow with good ideas
Silk doesn’t seem like the equivalent of poop! but then.. we don’t really have an equivalent of silk do we.. we don’t make coccoons for ourselves out of our own material.. but i suppose people who grow a whole ton of hair on their head might wrap it around them, so
all I know is a pupa is like a teenage bug except a lot less running off and getting into trouble
Tens: Two pupil-having characters in two sequential comics. Huh! Looks like I’m in my pupal stage. Get me an Italian sub with hot peppers.
Cold: Drat. You already made the “pupa” joke. Also, I thought it would be more appropriate to have a Dave and/or Surf Rat and/or Onion comic for the anniversary, but I just used those guys, so sky face it is.
Oh and being comfortable in one’s skin is also important. But the keyword is ‘in’. The skin should be your ‘out’. it doesn’t need a further outside that holds it in. Don’t hold your skin in! from chin to shins.
The skin is still the “out,” since he’s offering to line the INSIDE of the guy’s skin. Lining the OUTSIDE with fleece would just be, like, a pullover.
Nor does it seem any Gatorade is consumed over the course of the entire works of Alexandre Dumas. All that swash-buckling and yet no electrolyte replenishment. I mean, Robert Louis Stevenson I understand, his works had definite political undertone that would have been subverted by name-brand mention of Gatorade, but why did Dumas avoid it? Was it mere oversight, or like Gadsby and the letter E, only more subversively for being masked by no claims of the intention at the start?
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