Sometimes people will dismiss someone as completely undateable. I figure nobody is undateable. There’s just a quality about them that needs to be adjusted. For example, maybe they need to put on a little weight. Or lose a little. Maybe they need to get rich. Or die trying. Maybe they need to be better looking. That usually helps.
Posts Tagged ‘Female Professor’
There’s something quite fun about people who invent new ways the human body works simply to justify their political views. These people aren’t hiding their craziness. It’s just right out there on display for the rest of us. All things considered, it’s a might bit considerate of them.
There are academic subjects that, no matter how hard you try, simply result in snickering. It is best to be bold or go home in such situations. Recent events would be included in that list. Heh, Pussy Riot is funny to say.
College campuses are full of smug offs. Remember kids, nobody wins in a smug off. Even the “winner” just ends up looking smug.
Prewriting is an odd task to teach. Obviously everyone does it when writing, but everybody goes about it in different ways. Still, being highly structured can be a great help for many writers for whom creativity comes in drips instead of gushes.
But honestly, this comic is mostly about mocking Kanye some more.
This is a pretty lowbrow joke. I do wonder sometimes if certain people in the media not only induce fear for ratings, but also because they perversely feed off of it in some manner, like a banshee.
We always assume our memories of a holiday mesh with those of others. It’s what makes the scene in Gremlins so powerful when she explains why she hates Christmas. It doesn’t jive with most of our feelings. It’s what makes it real, and also heartbreaking. I always wondered how diabetic kids felt around this time of year.
One of the fun things about doing a comic strip is getting to have people butcher quotes. I’m not sure why we do it so often, except it makes us laugh in real life, too.
Plus, the strip serves as a mini history lesson. Sort of.
This is a country music styled joke. A lot of country songs are built around a repeating chorus that in the last verse changes its meaning. This joke works the same way. It’s the Conway Twitty of comic strips.
Every educational institution is always complaining about the copy budget. I suspect one day this is what it will come to, if it hasn’t yet somewhere.
Dr. Klownus is looking awful dainty.