Finally, someone agrees with me! Woman-spit is very delicious!!!
Note to females: this is why you think I do not taste good. You are just used to your own succulent saliva.
I didn't even read the second panel before I burst out laughing. The EYES were enough!
Hahahaha!!!! Best one yet!!!
That second panel is *priceless*.
The second panel is hilarious! Aware! And those freaking eyes! AhahaAlso, Woman-spit IS delicious.
So this is what cold medicine brings to the table...maybe Scott should always be on cold medicine!
The second panel is amazing!I'm new to your comic and I have to say, it's now all the best parts of my week.Kudos to you!
I'm a truther, too--woman spit rulz ok. Thanks for spelling it out.
The secrets of the universe are revealed unto me.
That second panel is awesome.
This whole comic is made even better by the fact that I'm halfway out of my mind on cold medicine right now.
True, if somewhat sanitized, cold medicine story:My company wanted to do business with a particular foreign country, and I set up a formal dinner after the executive meet-and-greet. I was TOTALLY stoned on cold medicine. I ended up sharing a table with a cabinet-level official of this country, trying to make small talk while the room spun slowly around me, everything pulsed from soft focus to razor clarity, and the temperature seemed to fluctuate up and down 20 degrees every few minutes. I ended up asking his name 4 times, where he lived 3 times, and during dessert I revealed I lacked a grade school geography concept of his country. I was sure I was going to do a George H. W. Bush on his lap. Amazingly, we got the contract. I'm convinced the official went back to his superiors and said, "We should work with these guys! They're dumb as rocks and won't be able to tell if we're taking advantage of them!"
I've got chronic Abidingloveofstartrekitis myself. Generally Bones comes up with a cure within the hour, but as Scott's own marathon sessions attest, the ALOST microbe gets MRSA-like immunity to single dosages.
The eyes have it. Good work Scott! and so appropriate for how I'm feeling today!
You should write while blasted on cold medicine more often - these are as hysterical as ever. Do you have your own cult yet?
Hilarious yet again. As it turns out, I was sick and on cold medication today too. Went to church anyway, used these instructions many times.
I was found out rather easily, its obvious that I'm never "aware"
Nice comic Scott, thnx!
I grock for Spock!
We have all worked while medicated. I lost 2 hours at work one night, I had paperwork to prove i was there but no memory of it....
I've heard of limited holiday days, but limited sick days?How can you say, 'I'm only going to get sick X times this year'?
Having said that, I will always fill myself with medicine and go in bleary eyed, if only to watch co workers recoil at my contagiousness and get sick themselves.
There is such a wealth of humour to be found within this strip. Of particular favouritism are the panels delcaring "woman-spit to be delicious" and the lost bet on stopping taking medication... and Star Trek being a disease., and the coworker fearfully retreating in the second panel... oh heck, they're all fantastic.
"I want to be inside you..."
Oops! That was meant for another webcomic. Sorry. I'm a bit under the weather.
It's funny until the third read then it's not funny anymore...
I think it might be the funniest ever title for a Basic Instructions script.
I've never taken cold medicine (rarely get sick) and I never wanted to until after reading this.Although I'm pretty sure I can work the "I AM AWARE OF EVERYTHING" expression into everyday conversation. It's not like I don't have a lot of mannerisms already.
I do not f ind this one funny at all. Of course I write this response while on cold medicine and having a cold.
Four panels of pure gold!
Being out of your gourd on cold medicine doesn't seem to affect the quality of your work, Mr.Meyer.
Good one Scott.
Excellent! Perfect for cold season! I was stoned on cold medicine last weekend and my sinuses were totally clear, I just went through all my days feeling like I was going to fall over... this is beautiful. I will take your advice next time I get a cold.
@Owen: You're obviously from one of those European countries where employees are not treated like slaves. In the US, we know that we can be replaced by a robot (or, worse, an intern) like [snaps fingers] that.
This is your best work in a very long time. Kudos! This strip was hilarious!
This one is quite possibly my new favorite. Every panel was hysterical.
If ONLY I'd read this before I came to work completely gonzo on sciatica medication. I may have been able to escape all those explanations to my boss.
"sleepy as a lemur" ha!
People can tell when I'm on cramp medication...that's the time of the month when I'm nice.YAY MEDICATION!
Webcomic Wannabe; good idea - I second the motion;Let's start a cult!(we could get religious tax- free status for all sorts of stuff if we set it up right)
Oh. My. God. I can't pick a favorite panel. It comes down to the 2nd and 3rd ones though. Further insight into a man's mind! It's too funny!!
Thanks, Scott. I just had to wipe Diet Coke spray off my monitor because of that 3rd panel.
If only I could appreciate my own spit...
Hey! Hey, Scott! Tivo, man! Or "DVR device of your choice!" That way, ALL Star Trek marathons happen on the weekend!
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