Honestly there’s a bit of CIDU here because I’m not sure whether Dan Piraro intended this as a “There’s a War on Christmas!” whine. I will give him the benefit of the doubt and say no, though, because it made me laugh.
December 24, 2007
December 13, 2007
November 30, 2007
- If you feel the need to include your family’s last name when you sign the card, these people probably shouldn’t be on your list at all.
November 19, 2007
November 14, 2007
November 1, 2007
Many, Though Not All, of the Comics That Made Us Laugh Out Loud During the Final Week and a Half of October
Okay, this page got badly tricked Wednesday afternoon: It’s fortunate that a WordPress glitch put the first half of Comics That Made Me Laugh Out Loud in October online a week and a half early — because due to a Bill glitch, the other half got deleted (over-written, actually).
I’m reconstructing what I can, but most of the comics you guys sent me won’t be here, and what is here might not be attributed to you. Sorry.
(In a separate posting and also not lost: Halloween Comics That Made Rasheed Khaleel Laugh Out Loud)
October 12, 2007
August 28, 2007
August 13, 2007
(Two months after the fact)
Doesn’t even come close to this one, of course…
July 18, 2007
Maybe it’s just me — and God knows when I say that it very often is — but I think this would have worked a lot better if they guy had been some scraggly teenager. As it’s drawn, my first thought was “Hopefully Piraro isn’t planning on using this woman again, because she’s ten seconds away from being a victim of urban violence.”
And a note for those of you who don’t have (or aren’t) kids: Just because somebody’s wearing headphones doesn’t necessarily mean the music won’t be audible to anybody nearby (though in this guy’s defense, at least he was wearing headphones)
July 14, 2007
Just for the record, you know…
June 13, 2007
For some reason, Sunday’s Bizarro strip
reminded me of this old Home on the Strange strip:
Backtracking a bit… What exactly is going on in the first panel of the Bizarro strip? The statue hitting himself in the head with the hammer caused the sculptor to do the same??
And speaking of Home on the Strange…
Are we supposed to assume that her reference is more esoteric than his?