perfect! Frame 2 is my favorite. New character?
OK, yes, that is freaking brilliant.
Who's the new guy??!?
And I never owned a "see 'n' say" ... in fact, I've never even heard of one, and ironically never seen one either.
Indeed. The cow goes moo. Great comic. I would definitely buy something like that if I had children. Teach them what being a parent is really like.
I love the comic, and I also love how Scott and his generation apparantly remember every toy they had as kids. I'm younger than he is, and all I remember are legos.
"Does the cow go moo?"
Could that line be used in a Geico commercial?
Best closing line in any comic strip ever?
One of the best ones, so far. Panel 2 was my favorite
The drawing in the fourth panel appeared to me, out of context, to be a Stanley knife with a hilt shaped like a rooster, or cock, if you will.
It was an interesting image.
The second panel makes the me go 'lol'
I had a speak'n'spell, btw ... Who's the new guy?
I saw The Doobie Brothers Sunday night. Their current keyboardist looks exactly like future-Scott!
Panel 2: completely true.
"I am horrified by your plan, and would like to invest". Unfortunately, I haven't made the expected return on the "Retina Printer" yet...
Dude, there are already things like thishttp://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m2248/is_143_36/ai_82535327/pg_4/
Wouldn't it be more effective if pushing the stroller was the only way to make the sirens stop?
I think I've seen this one before...
The best gift (if you dislike the parents) is a toy that makes a lot of noise, eventually the parents will prefer the kid crying over the toy they removed rather than continue to suffer.
I like doing evil in the guise of good, does that make me a bad person i wonder :D
Well, what are you waiting for? To the patent office!
That may be the best punchline ever and I intend to use it liberally. But technically, I do believe the See and Say phrase was "The cow says moo."
I am not sure whether to laugh or cry. I have 3 teenagers. One in college, one a senior and another just turned 16. *keeps repeating 5 more years, 5 more years*
Who is that guy?
As a parent, I have to point out the fundamental flaw here: what grown-ups see as irritating, children see as fun. I know my girls would both love a baby-yelling stroller.
Awesome. Sounds like half of my kid's toys.
I'd so buy one.
Not a bad invention...as Scott's inventions go. Sadly, not all have been winners. Remember this one?http://basicinstructions.net/basic-instructions/2008/2/28/how-to-develop-an-invention.html
I kinda liked it.
"Does the cow go moo" will henceforth replace all mentions of bears' excretory habits and possibly replace comments about religious figures' hats.
'you and your team'? holy hair follicles! is scott a middle manager? or, who is the unnamed new guy?
(i humbly apologize in advance if he is already introduced in a book)
"Actually, I was trying to use logic to make your head explode"...best line ever :-)
Keep it up Scott
This one made me think a little bit, until the logic made my head explode. damn you.
Yes, yes, the cow DOES go moo!
Panel 3 is the elephant in the room.
I hear him trumpeting.
Are those the sounds of trampling feet the size of, well, umbrella stands?
This has much possibility for mischeif.
*shoves onto street in front of car* SAVE MY BABY!!!
My god, that could actually work.
Does the pig go oink?
2nd panel is tres clever.
The end of panel 3 is almost certainly verbatim for just about every meeting discussing ad-campaigns geared towards teens. Classic.
Who's the new character? I don't recognize him.
Panel Three is money, hahaha.
BWM said "I also love how Scott and his generation apparantly remember every toy they had as kids. I'm younger than he is, and all I remember are legos."
That's because around 1980 they phased out out the cool children's toys that had real maiming or killing potential. For our generation, being able to remember toys was an essential survival skill.
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