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Lethal Interjection wrote:
TwoBuy wrote:Edit: I just found this. Gotta spend money to make money...
Scroll down the page! It says Merch, and there has been no money brought in there!? I would totally buy some Hamster City merch!
i don't think it stands for merchandise. Since all the other categories are months and this one comes right after february, I'm guessing he's talking about the month of Merch.

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ruotwocone wrote:i don't think it stands for merchandise. Since all the other categories are months and this one comes right after february, I'm guessing he's talking about the month of Merch.
I know.
But that doesn't make me want Hamster City merch any less!

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He spelled february right, and march wrong?

Hey-Zoose, as they say in spain due to the inability to pronounce "J"s.


edit: I failed to see this.
hamsters comic wrote:FEBRUARY
spend $0

Febranuary earning -$0
Bugger me sidewise. Febranuary.
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your_face wrote:I failed to see this.
hamsters comic wrote:FEBRUARY
spend $0

Febranuary earning -$0
Bugger me sidewise. Febranuary.
febranuary is commonly observed as January 23rd through February 9th. In ancient times, the Gringesh peoples of Southern Gaul celebrated Febranuary as the "time of Semestarius". In more modern times, the God Semestarius has come to represent the half-way point in most university systems. This is why most universities on the Semester system (named after the god) begin their new semesters during the ancient celebration of Febranuary.

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ruotwocone wrote:febranuary is commonly observed as January 23rd through February 9th. In ancient times, the Gringesh peoples of Southern Gaul celebrated Febranuary as the "time of Semestarius". In more modern times, the God Semestarius has come to represent the half-way point in most university systems. This is why most universities on the Semester system (named after the god) begin their new semesters during the ancient celebration of Febranuary.
Wow. :shock: You could end world hunger if you just used that to fertilise fields!
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These comics are only slightly worse than the more traditional example of a shitty webcomic.

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Spruce Moose wrote:These comics are only slightly worse than the more traditional example of a shitty webcomic.
I disagree. The art is much better, the writing isn't barely understandable ESL, and though it doesn't have colour, it does have a coherent script.
And that was after reading only a few strips. The early stuff, mostly, which actually had some marginally interesting banter and jokes and whatnot.
Hamster City is worlds worse than the one you linked to.

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My issue is the distaste for the (albeit understandable) script, but I can see your logic. Those early strips were wriitten by a different guy though, and I actually liked his writing. things got much uglier when he left. Not as ugly as the hamsters, but what is?

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Tucker's mother*.


I... I'm sorry. I couldn't resist.


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your_face wrote:I couldn't resist epoch
That's quite an admission.
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GreenCrayon wrote:some words
What can I say, I just love his jaunty stylings, eccentric mannerisms, bass playing and love handles.
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your_face wrote:What can I say, I just love his very big hair and his shades that he never takes off.
You're thinking of Chason.
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not sure how many people still read Boston and Shaun regularly, but um... wow

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thats just wrong.

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ruotwocone wrote:not sure how many people still read Boston and Shaun regularly, but um... wow
I found that if you replace "Roo" with "Ruo" in B&S strips, it's a lot more interesting.
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Sooooo... my gf will be out of town Wednesday. U gunna be back by then?

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