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TwoBuy wrote:Edit:
OMG, #4 is so so so funny. I'm crying.
Yes, that was funny! Almost as funny as a hernia. Almost.

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Oh god! :shock: THAT IS WRONG!!!!
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hawhaw1267 wrote:I can't believe nobody posted these yet:
Sam and Fuzzy
http://www.samandfuzzy.com
Bob and George
http://www.bobandgeorge.com
Ctrl.Alt.Del
http://www.ctrlaltdel-online.com

Those comics are some of the funniest/best EVER!!! Right next to SMBC of course....
Well, I agree that Sam and Fuzzy is quite funny, but I can't say I've read Bob and George. But It might be funny. Ctrl Alt Del on the other hand, is funny no longer. It used to be funny, used to be very funny. But now he's just turning out crap*.

*IMHO LOLOLOLOL WTF LOL MORE BEER
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TwoBuy wrote:You guys didn't think a boy saying to his mother "I can talk with you without him popping out" was funny. I'm still laughing!
I leave the forum alone for a couple of days, and this is what you all get up to? For shaohmysnakerakoloshIcan'tbelievethisone.
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GreenCrayon wrote:I leave the forum alone for a couple of days, and this is what you all get up to? For shaohmysnakerakoloshIcan'tbelievethisone.
that's like porn directed at four year olds :shock:
huh?

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What gets me about this one is that the mom doesn't even use gloves to get the soap out of his ass.

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Umm.... hello?

I was linked to Saturday Morning Breakfast cereal by this webcomic that I read religously: http://www.dp-comics.net/

It's called Digital Purgatory. It's about a computer technician who has a second job as a violent collections agent. I figured since it lead me to this webcomic, I might as well attempt to lead some of you guys over there.

:P
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Go through the Archives of SMBC and I will give this "Digital Purgatory" a go, be forewarned I have a short attention span and a propensity for Violence.. it better be good :p.
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we_are_138 wrote:Go through the Archives of SMBC and I will give this "Digital Purgatory" a go, be forewarned I have a short attention span and a propensity for Violence.. it better be good :p.
I tried to read through Digital Purgatory once. I can't say I liked it much... or at all. Personal opinion though. And the fact that an ad of theirs used the old "why can't we all just use macs" guy getting punched, joke. Turned me off, not because I like macs. I can take a joke about macs. But because it's just. So. Overdone.
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Simon. wrote:I tried to read through Digital Purgatory once. I can't say I liked it much... or at all.
I'm working my way through the archives in my spare time. I'll give a full opinion when I'm finished, but at this time, it's not looking like I'm going to love it. I've read worse, though.
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's'all good. 8) I like it a lot though.
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Post by we_are_138 »

I read halfway* through one of the comics there wasent really anything that stood out.



*Remember, short attention span.
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Post by TwoBuy »

I checked out that comic Zach linked this morning. I found this one to be particularly funny to me for some unknown reason.
Stories from 19-yo mistresses
Hey girl whats up
A drunk driver hit my blind, 12-yo sister on her way home from school. Im @ the funeral
hahaha
That wasnt a joke dick-hole
Oh
Sooooo... my gf will be out of town Wednesday. U gunna be back by then?

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I love xkcd, I actually have difficulty deciding which I like more, that or SMBC.

I think it's just because it's the kind of stuff me and ArtyFriend#1 sit around and create that it reminds me of the good ol' days.

And also Vanilla Ice's cameo in http://xkcd.com/c112.html made it lovely.
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My personal favourite xkcd has to be this one. It's... it's just totally right.
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