New Comics Every Weekday - Written by T Campbell & Phil Kahn - Illustrated by John & Jason Waltrip
I love the idea of a doohickey that improves the wearer’s speech. Does it come with the ability to distinguish between “begging the question” and “raising the question,” or to know that a hat is “hung” whereas a person is “hanged,” or that a theory is a testable, falsifiable model, not an “opinion” or “wild guess”?
If so, I’ll take a hundred gross, please.
What if a person is hung from the rafter but not hanged? Y’know, like tied around the midsection instead of the oh so fragile neck?
I’m just horrified by the idea that Gastonia (http://www.cityofgastonia.com/) has become the human capital. What hideous, post-apocalyptic nightmare world is this?! ;)
(Sorry, as someone who grew up nearby, that was the first thing that popped into my head, which added some unintended humor to the strip for me.)
I once met a lady from Charlotte who assured me that 3-eared children came from Gastonia. And that the only other thing of note was their catfish festival.
But she could have been misinformed.
Ah, legs. The curse of the living.
Well,at least Gravedust won’t get bored…until he decides to off his ghostly,but that seems abit unlikely.
@ Elaine Corvidae-LMFAO XDDD wow.didn’t know Gastonia was so close to where I am,and it has a desert.
Hmmm, 500 Ralds ( whatever those are) or walk through a desert?
I’ll take door #3 please.
So, the capital of all humankind is my hometown? Interesting.
I want one of those gems … we could cure chatspeak one person at a time. Or all in one fell swoop, if we could order them in bulk.
Also, I love how the ghost is presumably hundreds of years old, but is talking like a little kid in the backseat of a car.
I sense an upcoming “Are we there yet?” part, just saying! ;) ^^
But then again this comic dosn’t seem to be the kind to use over-used jokes so we’ll see! :D
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