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200 Sad Comics – The Leftovers

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So, remember that whole 200 sad comics challenge I put upon myself? No? Well, shame on you. Anyways, as I’m wont to do, I failed and gave up at 70 sad comics. They were a lot harder than they first appeared to be. Go on, you try to be funny and sad all at once. Only Jerry Seinfeld can pull that off (remember that episode?).

Well, I was doing some spring summer cleaning last weekend and found a miscellaneous piece of paper with three sad comics sketched out on them. I have no reasonable explanation why these start at#74. I guess I did three others though I did not find them. Either way, enjoy:

SadComics - 747576

Meet me on Thames Street
I’ll take you out
Though I’m hardly worth your time
In the cold, you look so fierce
But I’m warming up

– “Six Feet Under the Stars” by All Time Low

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Written by Paul

June 4, 2009 at 9:52 pm

Posted in 200 sad comics, comics, foodwhore, weirdness

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#375 – Chili’s Hostess

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I’m really tired and unsatisfied with the way my comics have been looking with the black background. I don’t even remember why I started doing it anyways. To be different, perhaps? But we’re going this way now, with a typewriter-esque font for the date. I like it. You should too. If not, well…suck a cow.

Now, I know you’re all on the edge of your seats here to learn who I’ve declared as the winner of the Name My MacBook contest. So, I’ll announce the winner…right after the commercial break.

Ah, wasn’t that refreshing? So, the winner is…treenieweenie! She must know that, deep down, I’m a simple man with simple passions, one of those being pasta. Thus, from this day forth, my laptop shall be known as Macaroni! Long live, Macaroni! Huzzah, huzzah! ::tosses confetti and watches fireworks::

Thanks to all that threw down their suggestions. A lot of them were great, really. Trina, I’ll start working on your undersea adventure artwork over the weekend.

Question of the day: How many snobs does it take to screw in a lightbulb?

Half of the time we’re gone
But we don’t know where
And we don’t know where

“The Only Living Boy in New York” by Simon & Garfunkel

Written by Paul

June 19, 2008 at 12:02 am