Had a few requests describing the shirt below, (thanks for the input, btw) so I figured I'd better make it available.
Striped-shirt guy is always so psuedo-positive.
Reminds me of meself, it does...
I like the shirt, but I think it has a problem -- maybe not the real shirt, but the store image, at least. The wire from the ipod drops in such a way as to look like his left hand. So when I saw the shirt I thought, "That's a great shirt! Except... wow, his left hand is super-deformed." I can't tell if the real shirt would have that problem or not.
My logic is undeniable.
This is going to be one of my favorite comics of all time. Hilarity in every panel.
That second panel. I haven't laughed that hard in a long, long time.
Striped shirt guy is pulling an interesting pose in panel 2
My skills are also too numerous to list, but include the ability to appreciate this comic. That seems like a pretty good summary of what broadcasting school does.
Weld wood indeed. Why, everyone knows it needs to be soldered.
Scott, did you ever work in construction??
You got the boss thing nailed..
Eric - That's the chord hanging down from the headphones.
Ummm....ahem.... It did not look like a deformed hand to me. A deformed ... ah ... a deformed man's genitals.
On further thought, it would reinforce the thought of what guys are really doing when playing air guitar. *shrug*
A solid hit in every panel. Trying to weld wood probably would make people think you were mad! Thiks comic makes me LAUGH!
"It's broadcasting school. That's what it does!"
Laid me out.
Every single panel in this one was 100% brilliant. One of your best ever.
It's actually possible to weld wood. He really was a misunderstood genius.http://web.utk.edu/~mtaylo29/pages/Wood%20welding.htm
Hey! I went to broadcasting school... for a while, before I returned to food preparation. Don't judge me!
This applies to just waaayyy too many real people in my life!! Hilarious! Love it on every point!
One of your best. Hilarious.
Best. Strip. Ever. Just genius.
I am AMAZED no one wrote to correct the word "superiosity", missing the joke in the panel. Good for you, BI readers!
What perfect timing; my ex-peer-now-new-boss just took over today. In order to help him through the transition, I told him to study this comic. I doubt any other training he has gotten will be anywhere near as useful.
Mugs? I don't trust t-shirts purchased on-line.
not sure what is most funny, if the comic or the shirt! hahaha
the only problem with the shirt is that if i use it, probably just me will understand it...