If you don't want me to call you crazy, don't act so crazy and scary.
Oh I'm sure we will be able to come up with other words. Anyone got any suggestions?
Nuttier than squirrel shit.
ODIOUS!The lonely life of a single man is better than marriage to an odious woman. This nagging creature sucks the life out of a mans soul and leaves his heart numb with pain and/or rage. There are few things that men cannot bear and that destroy the earths peace, and this kind of a woman is one of them. Of course, she acts almost civil when dating; but once the wedding is over, her poor victim wakes up to marital hell on earth (Pr 30:21-23).
Some men love the tough (or even insane) significant other. Some of them aren't in hell
I know you don't usually provide a ton of context for these drawing, Mr Tim. But I just have to know what was said to her immediately before this.
If that was me on the other end of that, screw context; I'm packing my bags and leaving that relationship.
At least with modern science we know that both can be replaced.Go ahead and call her Crazy.
"I didn't say you were crazy, I said you were acting crazy."Rock always defeats scissors, crazy always defeats logical differentiations.
Damn, can you imagine how she'd react to be called psycho instead of crazy. This chick needs some therapy STAT! Of course I'd love to have the next comic behis reaction, hopefully calling her crazy and she what she actually did. :)Straight jacket here she comes!
RUN!!!!Change your name, phone number and move out of the Country.She's trouble. This won't end well.
Don't CALL her crazy. Luckily, precrime is not a reality.
Woaaa, look out with the "crazies" label there mr. artist, she might come for you!
Technically wouldn't this be a prime panel deserving of the "It's true" tag? In a self-referential way.
I'd never call you crazy! I just said you were cuckoo for fucking cocoa puffs.
That's almost adorable.
Meh, been in worse relationships...
Uh oh, don't let her find out what you tagged her with...
Expected answer: "That sounds reasonable".
Hmmm... it's not irony; I bet the Germans have a word for it.
"I resemble that remark"?