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"get it over with as fast as possible and then you say goodbye"... Joke hit me on the third reading.
Every single panel a perfectly delivered punchline. And even a twist in panel 4. Brilliantly played, Sir.
Is "anti-grateful" a word?
I normally don't jump on the "This one's great!" bandwagon after it's left the... bandwagon... station...?, but panel for panel this is one of the strongest strips you've made. And each punchline cuts in a different direction. Well done.
I feel a need to call my parents. But I probably won't.
If it is a word, I'm anti-grateful you brought it up. ;-)
Very nice. Set this one aside for re-runs during the holidays.
I completely did not see the punchline of panel 3 coming. Very awesome twist... Thanks
Here in Germany, Father's Day is mainly an excuse for the fathers to go drinking a lot of booze with their buddies...
Wow, that "I'm pretty sure he's not just MY dad" hit me like a two-by-four to my funny bone. It's so funny it hurts!
I laughed so hard at panel three my stomach is now upset.Keep up the good work, friend.
Poor Jenkins. Now I feel sorry for him. Thanks a lot.
"Here in Germany, Father's Day is mainly an excuse for the fathers to go drinking a lot of booze with their buddies..."
So you're saying golf is as popular in Germany as it is in the US?
Dear Sir'Overwith' is not a word. It is two words. You are corrupting our youth. I might have let it go, but you have had grammar-themed comics in the past. A Fan
As I've said before, one is never so careful with one's grammar than when posting a grammar flame. Or at least, should be... :-)
Time to retire, panel three is the climax of your career as a cartoonist. It can't possibly get any better than that, holy crap I have never literally busted out laughing at a comic until now.
Good job sir, time to say, "That's all folks, I'm outta here!" in your best Costanza voice.
I have difficulty believing that Jenkins is divorced. That would mean that he was married at one point.
But then, someone has to live in that van down by the river.
I heard Jenkins in my head whilst reading this...shriek/hissing in a crazed and terrifying way...good job! :)
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