Thursday, January 26, 2006

Today's strip: Confirmation

10 comments:

Steve said...

more hilarity =]

Lyndon said...

Reminds me of the elementary school yard I sometimes pass by on my way home. The kids use some lanuage that would make a Marine blush.

RoboTaeKwon-Z said...

This is based on memory and observation. Kids ALWAYS know more than we give them credit for. I grew up in a very strict Christian home and I knew the F word when I was 5!

Skribbl said...

The fact that you keep going with it and face it head on is simple genius! George Carlin eat your heart and yourself out!

Bizdizzle said...

Damn, ol' mother's lookin like she's regretting not spending the extra duckets on wall insulation.

countfunkula1 said...

Never ever water this strip down. Or I will march directly into your office and make you listen to me cry. It's really bad. You don't want to hear that. Believe me. It's bad.

Bob said...

Wow!

I definitely need to do my latest idea entitled, "Stephen Hawking's: A Brief History In High School"

These strips don't mess around! Nice!

What freaks me out, is that I feel strangely 'relaxed' after reading them. (Maybe we share the same level of "punch").

Well, not only are the strips hilarious, but they are therapeutic as well.

God speed! (or Hyperspace).

B.

Bonkers said...

Phahahahaha! Really funny bunch of strips!

It reminds me of when I discovered the fun of cursing all on one day and was doign EXACTLY what these kids are doing!! Just stringing together every fun curseword I knew (about five at the time) for minutes at a time. Memorieeeesssss....

Man, my babysitter didn't even knwo what to do with me.

Great style, too by the way. Nice! What's really great is even with all the profanity, there is still the freshness and childish sense of humor that I look for in 'toons. Nice work.

RoboTaeKwon-Z said...

Wow. Thanks for the extremely high compliments, guys.
My wife tells me that the thing she likes about the strip (and believe me, she is my toughest critic) is that she finds the characters very charming aned innocent.
That threw me for a loop. Innocent? Okay.
Anyway, i'm glad to hear that reading them is as therapeutic as drawing them.

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