its funny because its "meta"
Good to see you writing what you know.
ROFL!Awesome. I should send this to my mother, who feels the need to explain everyone's jokes back to them regardless of whether she got it or not.
Second panel: "though" -> "thought"
Well, he's finally writing what he knows.
Wow. You're finally writing what you know.
Finally, you write what you know!
He he :)
Finally, you're writing what you know.
Finally! You are writing within your sphere of (ahem) competence.
Oooh! A new face. Good fourth panel, too.
FINALLY you wrote about something you know.
Kudos! You're finally writing what you know.
I re-read panel one four times before giving up and getting to panel three, there to realize that there were absolutely zero dice on the table.
I can just imagine all the people writing comments to the effect of "You're finally writing what you know" also laughing over-enthusiastically and explaining it to their nearby co-workers. Seriously people, it isn't funny if it's so obvious.
In that spirit, this is a joke about the way the waiter character has a partially exposed brain in panels one and three.
At last! You're knighting what you row!
Aha! You know what you're writing!
You see, it's funny because by repeating "You're writing what you know" ad nauseam, we're actually ruining the joke by beating it to death! And because it's being destroyed by the very people who enjoyed it, it's dying on many levels!
The comments above inspire me to make a request: "How to Beat a Dead Horse."
It's funny because he knows nothing about the subject matter.
Finally, you updated the comments so people can tell that someone else already said you're writing what you know.
Good to see that you can write about something you have expertise in.
You people sure know how to kill a dead horse, don't you? BITCHES - shut up already - Scott ALWAYS writes what he knows, which is BRILLIANTLY funny instructions for the most basic of life's necessities, delivered in a simple hand-drawn way so ALL of us can understand them. Let us never forget "How to Wash a Cat" or the fact that THE DETAILS ARE UNIMPORTANT!
hey! the copyright says 2010 but...oh nevermind.
I was forced to acknowledge that you write what you know ever since your treatise on the oeuvre of the Bee Gees. Apparently, you know what it's like to crave the destruction of beauty.
That is the smarmiest person I've ever seen. I can believe he WOULD poison a customer because he'd think it's hilarious. He doesn't even have eyes!
Not only are you writing what you know, you're successfully conditioning the behavior of your readership. We have played right into your hands, sir.
HAHAHA! The comments are funny because it's what he said in the strip!
Way too many Star Trek jokes!
HOHO! Ba-dum tish!
(See, it's funny because there weren't any Star Trek jokes. See? See?)
It's amazing how you've discovered a way of forcing people to post exactly what you tell them to, merely by saying they'll do so in a comic. I'm still marrying the girl with the Jade Green eyes, though!
So, you execute a joke, then you execute it? ROFL! Get it? Execute - tell, execute - kill? Oh, how funny am I?
When did you start tracing Bob Saget?
*heads spins from the time warp*
Well played, sir.
Is the new guy wearing a set of those funny glasses with the nose and moustache attached? I love your strip by the way :)
Clearly, that's neither a surgeon nor a waiter. It's Bob Saget playing a zombie dentist.
Anyone else think the waiter is Bob Saget?
the very bottom of this page reads copyright 2009. what the hell man ?
If I post a comment about Scott reading a comment about the very strip that Scott is shown reading said comment in, will the universe implode?
Oops, too late. Sorry.
New Face Guy is totally Bob Saget, which makes the entire comic even funnier because Bob Saget is notorious for ruining jokes.
See what I did there?
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