I’ve nothing to add. The blurb text at the bottom right says it all.
Haha. Annie, you had me worried there for a second!
Wow. I think I would have to quit video games if any of my video games were ever this nice to me. I wouldn’t be able stand the guilt.
I got to admit, this is one of the best one-liners LICD has done in a while. If you want to see the start of the storyline click here.
Actually I’m pretty sure it was the porn that spawned the idea.
This is the most amazing idea ever.
Okay now I want to hire an employee just so I can do this.
Yeah I’m with PeeJee. I’m not sure I’d go that far.
Allie Brosh, the creator of Hyperbole and a Half, a comic series of hilarity dealing from everything from pets to depression, is publishing a book. And she was asked to market said book on the internet. Which she did on Twitter. To which someone on Tumblr happily collected into the following link. Please read it, as it is hilarious.
Do these kind of exchanges happen in real life? I kind of hope they do.
Anyone who has been a stealth rogue in a D&D party has felt this pain.
Hannelore, how I love thee.
I’ve all but decided to make my second cat, who won’t stop meowing, internet famous. This is sure to backfire on me too.
Hyperbole and a Half lives!
For those of you who have never stumbled upon the blog Hyperbole and a Half, let me provide you some quick links:
And now that you are laughing hysterically, let me assure you that this blog is not just about dogs, here’s her introduction to Texas.
Alright. So if you didn’t know. Hyperbole and a Half hasn’t updated in a long time. And it is because the author was suffering (and is still recovering) from depression.
Now I’ve heard descriptions of depression but this series of words and images prehaps nails it home for me so well, that I felt it must be shared. People who don’t suffer from depression could benefit highly from the perspective this provides.
I was just having a discussion with some friends the other day about stale and derivative movies. This was well-timed.
Comic Links (Strip Search Edition): Phuzzy, Wanderlust Kid, Junior Scientist Power Hour, Citation Needed
All the following are hilarious comics done by creators who participated in Strip Search, Penny Arcade’s reality video series about finding the net great online comic author. You might want to check it out.
I’ve never really been in this situation. I’m usually the one saying “programming!”
Does this make creepers a kind of STD?
I think we’ve all experienced this at some point.
My cat does not lack such intelligence, she just lacks the courage… so far.
It’s true too! So weird to see them floating around in the toilet when I haven’t puked.