did i just let my political colors show a little? oops! forget you saw that.
well, atleast i'm trying to bring back the dirty hurmor.
yeah, there's been a lack of comics as of late because i haven't been able to think of a damn thing. and even though alot of my comics tend to have some deeper meaning or make some kind of little statement i don't realy want to be that way all the time. i just wanna make stuff that's funny, and -- if i can -- stuff that's almost smart. also, i dont realy want to venture into politics much if i can help it. verry few people can ever seem to be all that smart about it, so why should i try?
before you pass judgement on this peice here, take a look at the origional variation. [link]
the observation here is not new. i seem to remember another comic with a similar phrase being used for a wedding vows. there was something more to it and that's why i made this. as i was working on it i got to thinking about what it had to say about both chairacters involved. i desided to make this duplicate of it and make a little change just to see how much the over all tone and meaning would change. and i thought about what that change says about today's society and the expectations for gender.
i'm not trying to say anything about me or anyone i know with this one. it was just an ammusing idea i had a while back. the origonal doodle was fun but not quite presentable enough, so i redrew it today while at work.
i'm actually quite offended when people (girls) accuse guys of their mind's only being on one thing. our minds are on many things. some times as many as four.
yup, that's right. i would the the happiest man in the world right now if i had a Wendy's classic double with medium fries and frosty while i play Pikmin Two accompanied by a hot girl in her underwear. hell, give the girl a controller and we can play the multiplayer battle mode.