Sep. 26th, 2008 10:36 am
sylvar: (Screw the Pooch)
When I see a comic strip like this, I wonder how it could possibly not be in every major city paper in the US.

And then I remember strips like this, and recall that newspaper editors don't like offended customers, and I sigh.
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This one's for you, [ profile] shlafe:

Dinosaur Comics #1238
see the comic here if you wanna )
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An image you'd probably appreciate, in a comic by Bill "Calvin and Hobbes" Watterson for the 1980 Kenyon yearbook:

Image underneath this link )
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Hooray, I got an honorable mention in [profile] improved_archie!
sylvar: (Doonesbury: Mike and Nichole)
Today's Penny Arcade strip ("It's Really Not That Hard") contains no references to video games and yet somehow it manages to be funny.

Librarians will probably find this particularly amusing, as many of us have actually been asked this sort of question.
sylvar: (Florida: America's Wang)
Fart jokes ARE literature. And this is the most beautifully illustrated way of making that point.


Mar. 2nd, 2006 06:10 pm
sylvar: (Oh purr!)
A new webcomic has joined my daily links. Here are a few of my favorites:

Just a few, I swear... )

Anyway: Questionable Content rocks out.

I'm goin' home now and taking my medication, since I forgot to do that this morning...
sylvar: (dustpuppy)
This comic strip (contains puerile and NSFW language) does cheer me up, for a few minutes at least, but if you read it I think you'll see why I don't consider that proof that I'm sane. ;)
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This is funny. Or at least it's very long and consistently moderately amusing, which by the calculus of humor is the same as teh funay.
sylvar: (Hmmm. (Giles))
Not to sound too much like CBG, but how often does "Sally Forth" acknowledge that it's subject to the conventions of a comic strip?

(The link's broken. Sorry about that.)

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