January 16, 2013

To his friend...


26 comments:

  1. The visual undercuts the verbal quite nicely here.

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    1. You got the joke, good work!

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  2. smartypants.1/16/2013 10:36 AM

    Yes. THAT's the problem.

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    1. Smartypants, you read my mind!

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  3. "Kids these days" was a low blow.

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  4. My 4 and 7 year olds likes MLP, wear hats like that, and like comics.

    It's the new post-hipster rationalization. I wonder how many of these Mr. Tim gets daily.

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  5. Being 'grown up' is highly overrated, if you ask me. That's not to say that this dude doesn't have a couple of issues, but still.

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  6. For the girls, probably. For the women, clearly not.

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    1. That's a good point. Maybe he is playing "To Catch a Predator" home edition?

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    2. Why don't you have a seat right over there....

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  7. The government should put an end to this new species of jerk.

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  8. Despite the outfit, this still could be true.

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  9. I like how even Rainbow Dash is disapproving of this guy.

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    1. Twilight Sparkle's doll is too.

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  10. Your store just got 20 percent geekier.

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    1. Not geekier.

      Even geeks have standards.

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  11. One of the many problems plaguing the Lord of Kindergarten-ville.

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  12. He's right. He's too grown up for the girls he meets at Toys R Us.

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  13. What the hell is that hat? No, really.... Someone please tell me.

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    1. Adventure Time hat.

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  14. Please be sarcasm. Please be sarcasm. Please be sarcasm.

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  15. Self awareness is such a curse!

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  16. Maybe they use this as a textbook?
    http://www.wiley.com/WileyCDA/WileyTitle/productCd-0470396857.html

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    1. Errr... Sorry, wrong comic. Curse you tabbed browsing!

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  17. You're never truly an adult until you are no longer afraid of being a child. Pony on brother.

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