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Ah, the white dwarf of the social scene. Shining faintly for several billion ignored years as degenerate matter, then becoming an ember floating in the void.
Rick's love life would probably improve if he shaved his bushel.
In most of your comics, it's the dialog that carries all the weight, and the narrative introductions are just filler. But in this one, by the time I got through the narrative in the forth panel, I was laughing out loud before I even got to the dialog about back-lit bushels.
An hilarious load of nonsense Scot!Give us a rating system like Dilbert's or at least just a thumbs up/down button? I feel guilty leaving this great cartoon without a gesture of appreciation for it!cheers
Hmmm Scott being supportive to Ric? I feel uncomfortable somehow.
Well, you're the expert at talking nonsense so, well done! :-)
Bushels look better backlit...that is nice, I'm stealing that.
This comic is funny no matter how bright your light burns.
One problem, though: where is the Blade Runner joke?
I think the modern version of this would be something like "Son, you're keeping the headlight covers on your SUV. You should put 'em on high beam as you travel down life's highway. Then everyone can enjoy 'em." I've seen many people living their lives by this ideal.
And why "bushel?" A bushel of what? Shouldn't it be "bushel basket" or something? Is this just shorthand? I'm so confused.
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