monstersssssssss....mmmmmmmm...wait, are you implying men are monsters? can i be a cat's corpse with a demonic spider living inside? that's a lot creepier than geeks that only stare at your breasts, right?
This is too funny...'exaggerated male archetypes'...so true!
Good to see the "horrified face" panel get another appearance. I LQTS'd at that one (laughed quietly to self).
Right up there with Captain Idiom!http://www.thedoghousediaries.com/?p=644
That's one of the funniest and most insightful things I've ever seen. Must...not...show...girlfriend...
OMG! OMG! OMG! (hope is not too short now ...)
i've had these conversations many times with men, word for word in the case of the last panel. your powers of observation are truly amazing!
How tell if you're dating a MULTI-PERSONALITY female monster:FIGURE ONE:BRIDEZILLA (several weeks before and up to and during the wedding reception)
FIGURE TWO:MS. HYDE (one week out of every four)
FIGURE THREE:THE BLOB (usually found on the couch in front of the televeision)
FIGURE FOUR:ICE PRINCESS (usually frozen from waist down, but can start higher)
I worry I am all three.
I have to think, zombies would be far far better if, instead of crying out for brains, they really did cry out for boobs. A mob of rotting corpses chasing a scantily clad cheerleader, chanting "boooobs, booobs!"
*sporfles* Good one!
I get it! Some men are bad people on the inside!!
I love the bite missing from Rick's shoulder. Details like that make me laugh a second time at a strip.
That's right baby, I want your big, juicy brains...
It looks like he bit himself too.
Who's face is that for Frankenstein's monster? I can't seem to place it, but I'm sure I've seen it in other comics.
Gold again. I had the same feeling in the 90's reading Dilbert; it was consistently great. Now Scott Adams has lost the edge, but Meyer's on a roll. Thanks for the laughs.PS: Then Godzilla must be a caricature of the "ugly" American: can't behave himself in a foreign country, wrecks havoc on Japan cities, scares the hell out of the locals... oh wait, Godzilla WAS an hyperbole for the Nukes the US dropped on Japan. Nevermind.
Wow, in all those years of dating monsters, I never recognized them! Thank you so much, Scott, for the enlightenment. Guess we can get rid of dating books and send dating-age women to the monster movies, huh? Great. Just great.
[...] Men are monsters, and monsters are men. Recognize. [...]
Rick makes me happy. But I do miss the hair still.
Just bought your FIRST book, and now there's a second? Euuuuphemismmmm. . . .
Ok, so Rick is the zombie type, Scott is the Dr. Jekyll type, who exactly is Frankenstein's monster?
Panel 1 may be my favorite BI panel ever. I need it poster size.
I don't get the first panel.
Oh I think I get it now, the lesbian is glad the woman escaped the monster while the bald man hopes the woman onscreen would be chased and strangled by the monster!
Now it's even _more_ my favorite.
YES! I love that drawing. The only other use that springs to mind is in panel 3 of "How to Face Your Fear" (http://basicinstructions.net/?p=830), but it is so. Awesome.
Anyone know if it's been used in any other strips?
"Don't try to change me baby. That's the serum's job." That is pants-wettingly funny stuff.
"Euphemism" - :))
I love euphemisms of all shapes and sizes!
I want the hell out of a shirt that says "Don't try to change me baby, That's the serums job."
Has nobody noticed how much Scott looks like Adam Savage in frame 3?
OH MY GOD HE DOES!!!!! WTF? *roflmao*
My good man, there is some truth to this strip. Not necessarily as compared to reality, though. Just in the original intent of the filmmakers to scare parents into being overprotective of their daughters.
Of course, archetypes come from SOMEwhere...
I just figured out who Frankenstein is, it's the companies only customer, who hates Scott. I think so, anyways.
*bwahahahaha* Awesome. I now want to spend a day in front of monster movies.
@Aldaris: Or, as an earlier commenter pointed out, Gordon Freeman without hair.
"LIEK IF THE BI CALENDAR TOLD YOU TO COME HERE"
(Oh, this isn't yootoob? So sorry . . .)
Ah, ha! Such a bargain, that BI calendar! Two laughs for the price of one, today!