Decided to get all postmodern on your butts with this one.
Saturday, November 28, 2015
Friday, November 27, 2015
I have absolutely no idea what we were looking at on my computer here.
But it was probably a blog post about how one of the most important bonding experiences fathers and daughters can share is the creation of snarky media criticism.
Thursday, November 26, 2015
Because I've always wanted to be part of a "Making of" video, I got my awesome daughter to help me film the drawing of this Awful Picture. So now, you can watch in awe as I dredge one of my magnificent creations up from the nothingness and into the warm light of being.
I warn you now: watching this video will likely ruin your taste for all other footage, including such things as wedding tapes and the recordings you've made of your children's first steps. So you should probably just go ahead and delete those now.
You will also notice that between the original drawing of this blog post, and this #WBTDBF reblog, I've maybe made some alterations to the picture. So sue me.
Wednesday, November 25, 2015
I think the whole subjugation thing started accidentally when the Balloon People first visited Earth and we kept making fun of their really high-pitched, hilariously squeaky voices.
Tuesday, November 24, 2015
Okay, so a couple things:
1. Yes, this post was largely just an excuse to get to write the word "poop," because it's always funny.
2. I recognize this comic falls squarely in the "Old Fart" humor genre. I don't care. Now get off my lawn, you kids.
Saturday, November 21, 2015
After this, my family played a fun game where they tried to figure out all the judgey things the attorney told her family about me when she got home. It was super great.
Friday, November 20, 2015
The thing is, I know it makes no sense, but really, my head keeps trying to tell me it WOULD help.
So I tell my head to shut up. And then like six hours later, it just leans in and says, "But it would, you know."
Thursday, November 19, 2015
Apparently he had some oddly-colored feathers. And he looked like he was wearing a big coat. Well, not that big because of course he was still tiny, but not his size at all. An ill-fitting coat, if you will.
If you happen to see the tiny man-bird, you can write to let me know, I suppose, but you may have more fun just telling your own family about it and watching how they react.
So yes, in Panel 5, my wife is stretching and cracking her back while on the phone with me.
Also, yes, doing so does cause her belly button to pop off, as you can see.