Please tell me you've never had the conversation in panel 4 with a real person. I'd rather believe such a person doesn't really exist.
Whoa, Scott--how long have you known my ex-wife?
i didnt end as i expected it to ... but still good ... :)
Why do you keep making strips about my life? Curse you for making my awkward social dilemmas so dang funny!
There are some people who aren't happy unless you aren't happy. I used to think those people were called women. Now, I know that statement is what is called "actionable"
I think she just needs to readjust her definition of a romantic comedy. Her husband probably would prefer a romantic comedy like Stripes. Stripes keeps the comedy more in the lead with the romance secondary, plus it mixes in guns, explosions, and mud wrestling.
oh, so YOU're who's been spending time "studying" my wife...
"Women" is too broad*, Bill. Those people are called "wives" or sometimes "girlfriends".
* pun non-intended
Wow, I think we've all felt the wrath of this scenario before. Great stuff :)
GETOUTOFMYHEAD GETOUTOFMYHEAD GETOUTOFMYHEAD
Scott, did you date all of my ex's before you married your wife? ;)
Thanks for taking a shit on my life. :(
This is easily your best yet, well, since your previous best yet. I can't think how one guy can imagine this much awesome, so I can only assume that you're a team of writers employed by a multinational corporation that is about to launch some product or another.
I was thinking 'en, OK cartoon' until the last panel BANG great cartoon! I sent it to my wife of 38 years & asked if this was the secret to our long marriage. She thought it was great too.
And, Bill, you win the comments with:There are some people who aren't happy unless you aren't happy. I used to think those people were called women. Now, I know that statement is what is called "actionable"
The second (and the third to an extent) panel had me laughing so much I had trouble breathing. Awesome as usual.
Every panel an LOL. Gold, I tell you!
Also, do I get a referral fee for observing my life then making a comment out of it?
Hahaha, I love panel 2. And I always enjoy when Scott uses the pointing version of himself, like in panel 3. You know his words are wise, he's gesturing!
Great comic! Some day you should tell us who all the people are that posed for your sketches. It might be interesting.
On a slightly related note, are you aware that the GoogleAd right now, right next to your comic, is for a website called "ThaiKisses.com" advertising "Nice Thai Women" where you can browse photos? I just thought it was funny. Heck, you might be able to get a comic out of the whole GoogleAds thing. At least its not another ad for Evony!
I like the comic, but the comments are getting a bit sexist.
The wonderful thing about homosexual marriage is that it teaches you these problems are not dependent on gender.
This is hilarious, I love your comics. I even have you yelling 'your hide will make a fine poncho' as my background.Keep up the good work buddy - although calling it 'work' devalues it, as its evidently huge fun.
This is a great one, Scott.
I with Sheherazahde: "those people" aren't women, "those people" are soon-to-be exes, both genders.
If I met a woman who looked like the one in Panels 1 or 4, I would quickly run away.
Otherwise, great strip. Acting lessons! LOL.
I could have sworn I wrote the book on "People Talking At You"... Scott, did you steal my rough draft on that? I could have sworn I have all this 10 years ago...
Very Nice Scott..
So now it all makes sense.
You've been dating my wife, which is why she's divorcing me.
Thanks. And condolences.
Scott, are you REALLY that bald?
Love this one!
Not sure on the "tone" of the comment regarding this day's comic being sexist, but the word "sexist" is typically employed in a negative connotation. Of course this topic is sexist! There are generalities about the sexes that apply. It is why they are called "generalities". Nothing wrong with it when applied to a situation that is made up. It is only a problem when people apply those generalities to a specific individual when they don't know know the individual.
If you take a strip like this personally, you are saying that the author is saying this is true about your life. I guess that does credit to Scott for doing a comic strip so well that people think he is talking about them specifically.
Third on that notion of Sheherazahde's. Though mine was with another girl. An Ex now ~DXThis is a damn funny comic though, I would send it to her, would it not piss her off. Might still anyway >:D
Scott, really funny yet again. That poor young wife/mom is really representative of so many people I've met! It never seemed this funny when talking to them, before. I hope I don't snort the next time I get stuck in a conversation with one.
"Buy him some acting lessons"...a good gift for any occasion.
I nearly died laughing at the final punchline to this one. Hilarious!
i think part of the problem in the third box is that she's taking him to 2 hour long romantic comedies. no wonder he's following asleep
if only she'd take him to 90 minute long romantic comedies, he'd only be asleep for a third of the film
good comic, and interesting, mmmyes...
Snoring can really put a damper on a relationship and I have snored my face off up until my doctor told me I have to start using CPAP Therapy and now have been using the mast for the past 8 yrs, and recently purchased the Aveotsd, it works so well for me that I have not used my CPAP machine for weeks and I plan on throwing the bloody thing out. I've done lots of research and find that "kiwi drug" news has the best information about sleep apnea and prevention methods
I'm married and my husband and I don't see romantic comedies together unless they involve a female he wants to bang. I'm okay with this. Mostly we see movies we both want to see and I redbox the romantic comedies and watch them alone. The idea is to marry someone who is reasonable and has reasonable expectations. Hard to find though...
"Please tell me you've never had the conversation in panel 4 with a real person. I'd rather believe such a person doesn't really exist."
As a Pastor (yes who reads comics) let me assure that the panel 4 conversation happens all the time.
Scott, what's wrong with her hands?
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