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C & H

Posted 2010.09.19 9.09 in Computers/Internet/Technology

This may come as a shock to many of you, but the truth is… I have a strange sense of humour. Some might say it’s warped or twisted, or perhaps even sprained.

Having got that out in the open, it should come as no surprise then that I find the webcomics at Cyanide and Happiness to be quite entertaining.

Yes, it consists primarily of crudely-drawn stick-figure type illustrations. But it’s consistent, and the humour is, shall we say, off-beat. So go check it out. It’s worth a guilty giggle or two.

*Squeeze*

Adventures of Grrbll

Posted 2009.05.02 9.23 in Comics

Grrbll Chapter 2

Adventures of Grrbll

Posted 2009.04.25 14.14 in Comics

Grrbll Chapter 1

How I Know When I’m Busy

Posted 2009.04.17 7.58 in Pointless Blather, Work

Of course, generally speaking, I know when things get really busy because my backlog of work gets bigger and bigger and I seem to have less and less time. But exactly how busy things get… that is the question.

I have a half dozen web comics that I follow every day, my morning ‘ritual’ includes checking in and reading the daily strips while I have a coffee.

Every morning, I get my comics fix, then get on with my day.

What I find though is now and then, I go through the list of them and start to suspect I’ve missed something. Like, some of them seem to be in the middle of a storyline that I don’t know anything about. So I page back through them and discover that I’ve missed two, three, four days.  What?

I don’t remember not-reading them, but when I get really busy — like when I step into the office and pow! bang! ring! buzz! stuff’s going on before I even take my coat off and sit down, then I miss my morning-comic-ritual and don’t even realize it.

So here I think I’ve been reading it every day but at times I’ve missed up to a week’s worth, and don’t even know it!

That’s how I know I’m overbusied.

Devil’s Panties!

Posted 2008.10.31 0.00 in Family/Friends

So a few days ago, my very good friend Lezley sent me a link to a site called The Devil’s Panties.

It sounded wierd and unusual, so I knew I had to check it out. What I found there was a daily comic, sort of semi-autobiographical, about a woman named Jennie.

She seemed really likeable and I thought I was sort of relating to her and some of her situations. Plus, her style reminded me a lot of Lezley’s style.

I ended up spending about 3 hours that day, reading comic after comic. I think I covered 2 or 2.5 years worth of her work, but still only about a quarter or a third of the way through it. Nonetheless, when I saw the image that’s posted below, I knew for certain that Jennie and I have at least some things in common.

Cheers!

The Devil’s Panties

The devil's panties, Ides of March, 2003
The Devil’s Panties, Ides of March, 2003

Peeling Onions

Posted 2008.09.17 0.00 in Family/Friends

A shameless plug for my friend Lezley’s website.

She’s an artist, she draws well, and has a great sense of humour and a nice casual style. She’s working on a daily comic thing, with a new take on life.

Go and check out her work.

Peeling Onions

Peeling Onions

Posted 2006.07.06 0.00 in Family/Friends

A very good friend of mine has started a webcomic called Peeling Onions.

It’s quite good; she’s a great artist and has a unique sense of humor. The comic it is about living life, peeling away the layers to get to the core.

So, go and check it out!

Peeling-Onions.com