It’s not an addiction, it’s…IT’S NOT, OKAY?!
Hey, if the new Mr. Peabody movie can just be one big butt joke, my Ms. Woodhouse-Peabody can signal with her farts!
MR. WIZARD GET ME OUT OF HERE!
This is the 1500th comic I’ve shared with you guys. Thanks for checking in all these years, I’ll let you know when we hit 2000 and we can have soda and pies.
This is exactly how the world ended. Now that I’m back I can tell you it was okay!
I’m currently scrambling to move all my ’90s-era HTML coded pages elsewhere. It’s strangely more fun than I thought it would be, but maybe that’s because
IT’S BETTER THAN NO INTERNET AT ALL OMG WHAT WAS THAT NO ONE COULD SEE MY COMIC. No, it’s just nice to go back to a time when I made things for the web thinking people would interact with me. (That does happen sometimes, but strangely enough it’s not the people you were expecting. Once or twice it’s even better.)
It’s like a tradition, every ten years I have to have icy water laundry room adventures. PARTY!
Apologies to Donovan but this month has been so far from zen I needed to borrow some. DID YOU MISS US? Did you even notice no posts went up all week? I did. I was so good about scheduling posts while my Mum was going back and forth to doctors. I schedule a lot of posts, you know. I was just about to schedule this week’s posts when my Internet went. Checking the telephone line for noise, I found a marked lack thereof. LIKE MY LINE WAS DEAD, DUDES. And Verizon doesn’t want to fix old lines. But they did…eventually. Just this once.
So here is an entire week of comics all in one super post. I did a lot of drawing while exiled from the Internet. You’ll get the story in a week or so. This week was about the fun weather time of rainy snowy sunny days where it freezes after the icebergs melt. And the furries who love outties. Which is basically what my entire comic is, isn’t it. OH HI!
I don’t know what the hedge around the corner’s got but it makes The Puppy very happy when she smells it.
The Puppy fancies herself a sort of a police dog, doing the rounds, checking out everything. She has a patch that says POLICE and everything. Except when our neighbors were robbed, she never barked until the actual police came by. And then she barked at the neighbors.
I could go for a triple decker right about now. *purr*
(Er…m’man always calls his sleeve babies girls. …That explanation didn’t help, did it?)
We need to do more work on this. I figure with enough time…the local toddlers will be grown enough to not be terrifying to The Puppy.
I drew this at the end of 2013 and amazingly it is almost nearly exactly what the day was like! I ran out of vanilla. No cookies. It’s gonna be okay. Oh, yeah, we had a crazy snow storm, too. AND NOW IT IS FROZEN ICE.
2014 has been okay so far! It actually did start with the Fluffy One up on my face. AS ALL GOOD DAYS SHOULD. Then a totally random stranger wished The Puppy and me a happy new year. The Slinky One got puked on but it is new year’s so honestly this year is off to a fabulous start. I hope it’s okay for you too!