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Which album did Mom bring?

The decent one
- 6 (8.5%)
The one with nothing but the pics of Marten in the bath
- 16 (22.5%)
The most horrifically embarassing one ever created without Photoshop and Pintsize
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Not sure, but Marty's not gonna be happy after his nap
- 23 (32.4%)
None, that's a mislabelled one of her's
- 2 (2.8%)

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Author Topic: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)  (Read 91297 times)

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WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« on: 19 Dec 2010, 11:53 »

Been a while since I did one of these - but I'm off work this week and you're now stuck with it.

Rather than focus on our own desires I though I would see what we might do for the man responsible for our enjoyment.
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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #1 on: 19 Dec 2010, 12:27 »

Fewer shippers FTW.
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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #2 on: 19 Dec 2010, 13:36 »

I went with the whiskey, as I've got a nice glass of the stuff right next to me.

So cheers to Jeph, both for producing an amazing comic that can generate such rabid....fanism... and for putting up with the forum, however much we may annoy him.
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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #3 on: 19 Dec 2010, 15:18 »

Where's the 'Ms Vance and Dora in Thunderdome' option?

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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #4 on: 19 Dec 2010, 15:27 »

He said it was for Jeph, not us!
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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #5 on: 19 Dec 2010, 15:30 »

Yeah, ok.  Noticed that when I voted.

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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #6 on: 19 Dec 2010, 16:01 »

Fewer unreasonable shippers.  Guessing about pairings that would not be incestuous or involve Hanners could be reasonable, but we don't seem to get too much of that around here ...
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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #7 on: 19 Dec 2010, 20:15 »

i just want winslow to be real so I can have sex with him
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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #8 on: 19 Dec 2010, 20:16 »

Well with enough whiskey...
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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #9 on: 19 Dec 2010, 20:59 »

Marten's last tweet:

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Jesus christ, my mom. Jesus CHRIST. #goddamnit

ho boy  :laugh:
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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #10 on: 19 Dec 2010, 23:43 »

Hee hee hee hee hee!  So worth waiting up for.

Marten's mom looks a lot more like I expected - still "old", but not all puffy and weird like she was Friday.  So yay Jeph.
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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #11 on: 19 Dec 2010, 23:43 »

I had almost EXACTLY this meal with my mom a couple of years ago, though she prefers margaritas to martinis. Her comment about my endowment was not based on a nurse's assessment but on word-of-mouth from my exes.  I thought I would die, and can TOTALLY sympathize with Marten.
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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #12 on: 19 Dec 2010, 23:47 »


The progression of Marten's faces got a good lol out of me. Good comic.
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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #13 on: 19 Dec 2010, 23:49 »

Jesus Christ Mom, I swear to God if you don't get your fucking ass back on that Goddamned airplane...

But of course Marten would never say that to his mom.



Anyhoo...

What would Dora say if Martymom's little gambit worked and Our Boy ended up on a date with this nice young lady?


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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #14 on: 19 Dec 2010, 23:51 »

Good psycho eyes on Marten in that last panel.

 Even better was the waitress's expression of "I really feel sorry for you, but this is hilarious too..."
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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #15 on: 19 Dec 2010, 23:59 »

I think the comment on his anatomy crossed the line from good natured ribbing to full blown sadistic glee. Ah, parents, making sure we pay for our teenage rebellion, one comment at a time.

Yeah, even if the waitress was interested, Marten's made it pretty clear he's not interested in going for the rebound. And especially not when he's hungover and his skull aches from the owls.
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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #16 on: 20 Dec 2010, 00:12 »

BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

LOL

LOL

LOL

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HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

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Even worse was the script under the comic ...




I went with the whiskey, as I've got a nice glass of the stuff right next to me.

So cheers to Jeph, both for producing an amazing comic that can generate such rabid....fanism... and for putting up with the forum, however much we may annoy him.
Well, wiskey is good for wounds and making fire.

Otherwise I have no use for alcohol.

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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #17 on: 20 Dec 2010, 00:14 »

Based on today's note, I wonder if it's more awkward for a guy's mom or his dad to try and do this. 
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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #18 on: 20 Dec 2010, 00:22 »

Mom, definately.

I wish I had some big, drawn out, insightful report to type out on today's comic but....I laughed. That's it. And I wouldn't want it any other way.  :-D

Also: with Ellen and Cossette, Jeph seems to enjoy putting waitresses in embarrassing situations.  :roll:
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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #19 on: 20 Dec 2010, 00:26 »

I actually kind of wish that the waitress would become a new character.

I know it's stupid to be wishing for another female character, but new stuff is fun! I get as excited for new characters as I do for sight-reading new music.

...And I'm going to take my self-confessed band geek self and go into the corner now.
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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #20 on: 20 Dec 2010, 00:31 »

I've had to avert a few situations like this with my mother.  Thankfully she gets the hint rather quickly, but it won't stop her from prodding me to see if I'm interested.  She finds it weird that I'm a single, good-looking guy (no, I'm not embellishing myself here :wink: ) who has little to no interest in dating.  I guess I see the concept of 'dating' in the traditional sense to be an archaic thing, a situation that feels forced (IMHO) and doesn't really work today.  Or then again maybe I'm just retarded.  Or suck at talking to women I hardly know (and even those I've known for years).  Or both.
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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #21 on: 20 Dec 2010, 00:33 »

What kind of sick nurse was that? "Wow, you're newborn boy's penis is REALLY big!" The hell?
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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #22 on: 20 Dec 2010, 00:35 »

Hee hee hee hee hee!  So worth waiting up for.

Marten's mom looks a lot more like I expected - still "old", but not all puffy and weird like she was Friday.  So yay Jeph.

I agree, I think Mrs. Reed came out much better this time around.
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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #23 on: 20 Dec 2010, 00:40 »

What kind of sick nurse was that? "Wow, your newborn boy's penis is REALLY big!" The hell?
"It's a boy...and what a boy!"
"That's the umbilical cord.  It's a girl."
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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #24 on: 20 Dec 2010, 00:45 »

It's times like these I'm glad I got married at 23. 
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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #25 on: 20 Dec 2010, 00:53 »

Oh God, Veronica, you are my favorite fictional mom. Fantastic.

I think the waitress took that well, all things considered.
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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #26 on: 20 Dec 2010, 00:59 »

What kind of sick nurse was that? "Wow, your newborn boy's penis is REALLY big!" The hell?
"It's a boy...and what a boy!"
"That's the umbilical cord.  It's a girl."

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Marten's facial expressions are funny, but I laughed more at the progression in inflection of his only word of dialogue from panel to panel.

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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #27 on: 20 Dec 2010, 01:16 »

It's times like these I'm glad I got married at 23. 

I became 23 during my honeymoon (first marriage).  It was only after it ended 22 years later that I realised how thoroughly I'd been manoeuvred into it - not by my mum though.
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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #28 on: 20 Dec 2010, 01:22 »

Damn!

I got married at 23 also.

Mine only lasted three years however.
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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #29 on: 20 Dec 2010, 01:22 »

I'm 23 and as close to married as I ever intend to be. (Intend is likely the operative word here.)

Anyway I have to say Martin's got a lot of patience. In that situation, with and hangover and head wound, I'd probably have just walked out and gone back to bed.
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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #30 on: 20 Dec 2010, 01:27 »

As a contrast to the last few people, I'm 23 now, and don't intend to get married for a while, and in fact have never even been in a serious relationship.  I can't imagine getting married so young, but hey, whatever works.
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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #31 on: 20 Dec 2010, 02:03 »

Anyway I have to say Martin's got a lot of patience.
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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #32 on: 20 Dec 2010, 02:15 »

He's a regular, but has never actually appeared in the comic. 

(But note that the poster has spelt Marten correctly in previous posts, so this is just a blip.)

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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #33 on: 20 Dec 2010, 02:17 »

I learned from my mother, who got married at 22, that early 20's is a bad time to get married. But that might have had more to do with the fact that the real reason she got married was because she was pregnant with me  :-P
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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #34 on: 20 Dec 2010, 02:41 »

There's no good time or bad time to get married. It depends entirely on the people involved.
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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #35 on: 20 Dec 2010, 02:43 »

Hahahaha omg I don't know how he managed to keep his replies free of cursing, especially at that last one. Poor Marten, but I enjoy his agony so ~
If I was the waitress though I think I might've found his reaction kind of endearing; he may very well have gotten my numbers for his trouble.

Just to jump on the bandwagon: I'm 30 and I've never been married, but I've been proposed to, twice (obvious what my answers were, heh.) Although to be fair, I was young and those relationships were short. Although my longest lasting one - seven years - marriage was talked about, but never seriously considered (well, by me that is.)
Huh I never really thought about it, I guess I'm just not the marryin' type.
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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #36 on: 20 Dec 2010, 03:06 »

Hahahaha omg I don't know how he managed to keep his replies free of cursing, especially at that last one.

Oh no, the cursing is still in there.  It's the inflection; you have to read between the very few lines.

Panel 1:  Weren't we supposed to be having a nice lunch together?
Panel 2:  Seriously, Dora and I just broke up.
Panel 3:  This is incredibly embarrassing.  At least for me.
Panel 4:  GOD.  FUCKING.  DAMMIT.

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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #37 on: 20 Dec 2010, 03:30 »

"MOM"

Since Marten's position is too familiar to be very funny to me (familiar in a TV Tropes way, my mom was pretty good at avoiding public mortification), I ended up focusing on the waitress' reaction. I'll call her... Vanessa, for the time being. Vanessa seems to either like this idea, or be amused at Marten's predicament. I hope it's the former, because if he ever gets into another relationship it probably can't be someone we already know, so why not the gorgeous waitress his mom set him up with?


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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #38 on: 20 Dec 2010, 03:47 »

The waitress looks better than Dora... Just saying   :mrgreen:
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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #39 on: 20 Dec 2010, 04:23 »

There's no good time or bad time to get married. It depends entirely on the people involved.
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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #40 on: 20 Dec 2010, 04:29 »

There's no good time or bad time to get married. It depends entirely on the people involved.

Any time prior to the time when both people involved have supported them self (i.e., lived on their own for X amount of time outside of their parents' house and without relying on said parents for support) is a bad time.

EDIT: This is based on the bit about how almost all marriages that end in divorce end due to financial issues as the primary reason listed in the divorce paperwork statistic.
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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #41 on: 20 Dec 2010, 04:34 »

i just want winslow to be real so I can have sex with him
I hear they make attachments for that now.

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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #42 on: 20 Dec 2010, 04:37 »

Well, I hadn't lived away from home (apart from uni, which didn't really count as independent) when I got married.  Yes, it ended in divorce, but not until 22 years later, which seems to me not likely to be for that reason!  My second wife refused to consider our living together until I had lived alone for a year or so, and I don't regret that - I would say it's good advice in general, but as much for development of the personality as financial nouse.
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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #43 on: 20 Dec 2010, 04:58 »

1821:  :-D laid on the flor, arms and legs spread, laughing,
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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #44 on: 20 Dec 2010, 05:32 »

So much for WCDT - this is the marriage history thread!

24, myself, both my wife and I had been on our own for a couple of years.  She was 20, got thrown out of the house at 18.  I'd been teaching while atending grad school. 

25th anniversary coming in the spring...  gotta find something silver. 
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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #45 on: 20 Dec 2010, 06:07 »

i just want winslow to be real so I can have sex with him

Whatever floats your boat man.  You don't mind if I use the single malt to wipe that image from my brain do you?
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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #46 on: 20 Dec 2010, 06:15 »

There's no good time or bad time to get married. It depends entirely on the people involved.

Truth.

Married @ 26. Still married. So there. :P
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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #47 on: 20 Dec 2010, 06:19 »

Ditto, though I'm only 28 now so probably less impressive.
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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #48 on: 20 Dec 2010, 06:20 »

Sorry for not posting the results of the previous poll, but with the boys using the real computers I was limited to the iTouch.

What should we get Jeph for Christmas?

Less shipping (the winner by a landslide)
Peace on Earth and good whiskey for men (the no.2 choice)
Dave Willis carrying out his commands (last choice)
(I can't remember the fourth option)

The man himself though wants something else.
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Re: WCT Dec 20-24, 2010 (1821-1824)
« Reply #49 on: 20 Dec 2010, 06:24 »

I had been on my own since 23 when I got married at 31. We're still going strong 11 years later, so there seems to be at least some correlation. Still, as pwhodges' divorce after 22 years shows, a married couple can't really say they've "made it" until death truly parts them.

As for the comic-poor Marten. Hope he at least gets a sympathy date out of this. Although knowing him, he's most likely not interested in jumping back into the dating pool just yet. Considering the way Dora rushed him and how that turned out, he probably won't be interested for a good long time.
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