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Moment of the Week?

Vulcan Boob Squish II - The Wrath of Faye!
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"My Boobs are a Powerful Narcotic."
- 7 (8.5%)
Hannelore, wake up...
- 0 (0%)
Hanners channels the Old Ones again...
- 6 (7.3%)
Hannelore's weird dream
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Marten in a dress?
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Hanner's Kafka-esque moment
- 8 (9.8%)
Ghost Ridin' the Roomba!
- 6 (7.3%)
RK Milholland: Questionable Guest Strip
- 36 (43.9%)

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Author Topic: WCDT 28 Feb-4 Mar 2011 (1871-1875)  (Read 97513 times)

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Re: WCDT 28 Feb-4 Mar 2011 (1871-1875)
« Reply #150 on: 01 Mar 2011, 22:25 »

Marten in a dress with boobs...oh dear lord how I cracked up at that.
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Re: WCDT 28 Feb-4 Mar 2011 (1871-1875)
« Reply #151 on: 01 Mar 2011, 22:37 »

It took me until a third reading to realize that panel 3 was not simply Dora.
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Re: WCDT 28 Feb-4 Mar 2011 (1871-1875)
« Reply #152 on: 01 Mar 2011, 22:49 »

The only way that could have been more traumatic for her is if she was somehow wearing one of Mare's shirts.
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Re: WCDT 28 Feb-4 Mar 2011 (1871-1875)
« Reply #153 on: 01 Mar 2011, 22:59 »

It appears I'm not the only one who thought that was Dora in the third panel. And I think that this is the closest that anything has gotten to being something like my trippy dreams..
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Re: WCDT 28 Feb-4 Mar 2011 (1871-1875)
« Reply #154 on: 01 Mar 2011, 23:07 »

It took me until a third reading to realize that panel 3 was not simply Dora.

I only noticed once I came here and saw it pointed out.
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Re: WCDT 28 Feb-4 Mar 2011 (1871-1875)
« Reply #155 on: 01 Mar 2011, 23:17 »

The most disturbing thing about that was Marten

In a dress

with the body of Dora



*Wakes up screaming*
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Re: WCDT 28 Feb-4 Mar 2011 (1871-1875)
« Reply #156 on: 01 Mar 2011, 23:22 »

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Re: WCDT 28 Feb-4 Mar 2011 (1871-1875)
« Reply #157 on: 01 Mar 2011, 23:36 »

I thought I was the only one who dreamed about being Dave Willis

Jeph are you stealing my dreams

(also Pintsnake aaaaaauuuugh)
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Re: WCDT 28 Feb-4 Mar 2011 (1871-1875)
« Reply #158 on: 01 Mar 2011, 23:42 »

Those tits are way bigger than Dora's. It's like he traded bodies with Faye.

Nice sexy little black dress though
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Re: WCDT 28 Feb-4 Mar 2011 (1871-1875)
« Reply #159 on: 01 Mar 2011, 23:43 »

Still trying to figure out where Marten being a girl comes from, but I laughed at the rest.
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Re: WCDT 28 Feb-4 Mar 2011 (1871-1875)
« Reply #160 on: 01 Mar 2011, 23:47 »

Those tits are way bigger than Dora's. It's like he traded bodies with Faye.

Nice sexy little black dress though

Agreed on the dress.

Though for some reason the legs seemed Doraesque to me. Perhaps his dreamself is a horrible chimera of him/Dora/Faye?
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Re: WCDT 28 Feb-4 Mar 2011 (1871-1875)
« Reply #161 on: 02 Mar 2011, 00:29 »

More Powerful than Faye's Vulcan Boob Squish?

NOTHING.    - 18 (18.9%)
Marigold's Killer Death Gas.    - 6 (6.3%)
Pintsize's Laser!    - 2 (2.1%)
Marten's Tongue of Snark.    - 1 (1.1%)
Dora's "NO" look.    - 15 (15.8%)
Sven's "Come Hither" look.    - 16 (16.8%)
Rene's Belch of Boredom.    - 2 (2.1%)
Elliot's Ninja Looming Skills.    - 9 (9.5%)
Hanner's Ninja Cleaning Skills.    - 12 (12.6%)
Cosette's Dung-Heap Touch    - 0 (0%)
Dale's Gendo Glasses Look.    - 4 (4.2%)
Waffles!    - 7 (7.4%)
Beef Jerky!    - 3 (3.2%)

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Re: WCDT 28 Feb-4 Mar 2011 (1871-1875)
« Reply #162 on: 02 Mar 2011, 00:34 »

First reading: Wow, a transsexual gag with Martin(a) in a nighty. Now trendy.

Second reading: Wait, maybe that's supposed to be Martin's head on Dora's body... in a nighty.

Third reading: Or maybe that's just straight up Dora? Damn her butch haircuts! I can't tell anymore!

Also, on further consideration, I think keeping her jeans on was the better decision. Better to contain any... spillage... a wake up alarm like that might cause.

So, what was it that really set Hanners off? The dream weirdness? Waking up in a strange place? Or specificly waking up in the bed of the geekgirl she had to decontaminate while wearing a hazmat suit?

Also, props to Mari-bear for her keen ninja skillz, waking up in the TIger Claw defensive stance.
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Re: WCDT 28 Feb-4 Mar 2011 (1871-1875)
« Reply #163 on: 02 Mar 2011, 00:39 »

Hanners was set off by the fact that everyone called her "Marigold" in the dream - and when she woke up, she realized she was in Marigold's bedroom. And, therefore, she thought she had somehow turned into Marigold.
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Re: WCDT 28 Feb-4 Mar 2011 (1871-1875)
« Reply #164 on: 02 Mar 2011, 00:44 »

One thing's for sure:


Hanners will never eat beef jerky again.


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Re: WCDT 28 Feb-4 Mar 2011 (1871-1875)
« Reply #165 on: 02 Mar 2011, 01:59 »

Ah! I had never considered an MSG-induced dreamscape.
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Re: WCDT 28 Feb-4 Mar 2011 (1871-1875)
« Reply #166 on: 02 Mar 2011, 02:13 »

It took me until a third reading to realize that panel 3 was not simply Dora.
Hmm I only noticed after reading your posting.

I dont usually read the comic three times over, though.


First reading: Wow, a transsexual gag with Martin(a) in a nighty. Now trendy.

Second reading: Wait, maybe that's supposed to be Martin's head on Dora's body... in a nighty.

Third reading: Or maybe that's just straight up Dora? Damn her butch haircuts! I can't tell anymore!
Who is Martin ?
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Re: WCDT 28 Feb-4 Mar 2011 (1871-1875)
« Reply #167 on: 02 Mar 2011, 02:45 »

Marten... with... boobs...
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Re: WCDT 28 Feb-4 Mar 2011 (1871-1875)
« Reply #168 on: 02 Mar 2011, 02:54 »

I'm imagining that Hanners will scream for much of tomorow's comic, Marigold will try the boob squish and through her inexperience end up either a) asleep b) sent flying

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Re: WCDT 28 Feb-4 Mar 2011 (1871-1875)
« Reply #169 on: 02 Mar 2011, 04:21 »

First reading: Wow, a transsexual gag with Martin(a) in a nighty. Now trendy.

Second reading: Wait, maybe that's supposed to be Martin's head on Dora's body... in a nighty.

Third reading: Or maybe that's just straight up Dora? Damn her butch haircuts! I can't tell anymore!

Also, on further consideration, I think keeping her jeans on was the better decision. Better to contain any... spillage... a wake up alarm like that might cause.

So, what was it that really set Hanners off? The dream weirdness? Waking up in a strange place? Or specificly waking up in the bed of the geekgirl she had to decontaminate while wearing a hazmat suit?

Also, props to Mari-bear for her keen ninja skillz, waking up in the TIger Claw defensive stance.

your first thought was correct, dora doesnt have tha big of a rack and doesnt look like that at all...



and did jeph run into writers block?   im not really liking this silly arc...hope it ends soon
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Re: WCDT 28 Feb-4 Mar 2011 (1871-1875)
« Reply #170 on: 02 Mar 2011, 05:16 »

JW, interesting poll.

Is it a bad sign that on reading Marigold's entry, I pictured a "Red Sonja-esqe" outfit?  Or is it the sign of a person that has read way too many comics and seen too many B-grade sword and sorcery flics over the years?

Cause I wasn't sure that was possible.
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Re: WCDT 28 Feb-4 Mar 2011 (1871-1875)
« Reply #171 on: 02 Mar 2011, 05:30 »

Wondering who the pith-helmet guy is, in the first panel. Doesn't look like any of the male characters seen so far, or much like Hanners' fantasy Indiana Jones. Thought it might be a more-confident Elliot, who as far as we've seen Hanners has only seen once, behind the counter at the bakery, but ...

... I'll just wait and see what Jeph does next.

For the sake of "teh funnie," I'll speculate that Hanners, in her freakout, leaves Marigold's room a mess.
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Re: WCDT 28 Feb-4 Mar 2011 (1871-1875)
« Reply #172 on: 02 Mar 2011, 05:32 »

I think he's supposed to be the dream embodiment of Hanner's fireman fetish.
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Re: WCDT 28 Feb-4 Mar 2011 (1871-1875)
« Reply #173 on: 02 Mar 2011, 06:07 »

Hanners was set off by the fact that everyone called her "Marigold" in the dream - and when she woke up, she realized she was in Marigold's bedroom. And, therefore, she thought she had somehow turned into Marigold.

Someone should have told Hanners not to read Kafka's Metamorphisis before Faye knocks her out with a Vulcan boob squish. (Even though she did not become an insect...)
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Re: WCDT 28 Feb-4 Mar 2011 (1871-1875)
« Reply #174 on: 02 Mar 2011, 06:50 »

Good God, it took me a few looks to realize that was Marten's head on a woman's body and not Dora.  They did look alike, didn't they?
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Re: WCDT 28 Feb-4 Mar 2011 (1871-1875)
« Reply #175 on: 02 Mar 2011, 07:12 »

Good God, it took me a few looks to realize that was Marten's head on a woman's body and not Dora.  They did look alike, didn't they?

They do, hence the faux incest comment back when Veronica first visited, and the thoughtful silence about whether or not Veronica birthed Dora.

My oh my. What a freaky dream.

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Re: WCDT 28 Feb-4 Mar 2011 (1871-1875)
« Reply #176 on: 02 Mar 2011, 07:12 »

I think he's supposed to be the dream embodiment of Hanner's fireman fetish.

His name is Guy Montag. He is a fireman that starts fires, after all.

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Re: WCDT 28 Feb-4 Mar 2011 (1871-1875)
« Reply #177 on: 02 Mar 2011, 08:24 »

Yes, Jeph as David Willis.  This must happen.

And Firefly is gold, people.  Bright, shiny gold in a universe too good for it.  Best damn $8.88 I ever spent at Sam's (well, ok, the beef jerky was a better deal.  And those blackberries.  And the tortilla chips and nacho cheese dip.)
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Re: WCDT 28 Feb-4 Mar 2011 (1871-1875)
« Reply #178 on: 02 Mar 2011, 10:48 »

 :police: Why did this thread suddenly start talking about Firefly? That's one hack of a tangent. Pull over immediately.  :police:
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Re: WCDT 28 Feb-4 Mar 2011 (1871-1875)
« Reply #179 on: 02 Mar 2011, 10:53 »

I just noticed the comic's title. I laughed. Again.
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Re: WCDT 28 Feb-4 Mar 2011 (1871-1875)
« Reply #180 on: 02 Mar 2011, 12:36 »

Okay, this comic made me sign up, because all I can think of when looking at the second panel is the chibi-AnthroPC's comment about live eels.  :-P

If this isn't a one shot joke, I can see Hanners explaining her dream, and Marigold getting upset/depressed because it sounds like she's saying she thinks it would be a nightmare to be living her (Marigold's) life. Marigold needs some self confidence booster shots, stat.


They are not worth paying for. The show features some of the worst cliched writing ever by Joss Whedon and the only reason anyone still thinks the show is good is because it was canceled long before the normal idiocy Whedon pulls in every single thing he writes had a chance to crop up (seriously, Google up and check some of the concepts for the show Whedon was planning on before it got canceled, like the quasi-incest sub-plot in Season 2 between Simon and River *shudder*).

The show survives purely on the magnificent casting job that was done for each character and the acting chops they each brought to their roles. I mean, you have Adam Baldwin basically reprising his Animal Mother role from Full Metal Jacket IN SPACE, which is pretty funny, but still not worth buying.

Borrow it or rent it, don't buy it.



Are you saying that the only reason people still like Firefly is because they never got to see what might have happened in the next season(s)? I may be alone here, but isn't it better to critique a show, or any artistic creation, by what was actually put forth, rather than what was conceptualized? Condemning a creative fiction because the storyboarding has not been to your liking pretty much stomps on a creator's ability to learn and grow as an writer. To put it another way, I don't believe there are bad creative ideas, only ideas that help you be more creative.

I know you probably didn't mean to say that this was the only reason it was bad (you mentioned cliched writing which, yes, it does, in my case it didn't detract from my enjoyment very much but I respect your opinion that it does). I hope you'll agree with me though that the finished product shouldn't be judged by the outline, or even the rough draft.

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Re: WCDT 28 Feb-4 Mar 2011 (1871-1875)
« Reply #181 on: 02 Mar 2011, 17:25 »


Why, we could start with how every major female character in QC thus far has a mental disorder and can't be in a stable relationship without therapy. We could start. But I'd rather not. ;)


Take a look: most of the characters have some sort of mental issue.  I honestly think the only mostly normal ones are Penelope and Angus.
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Re: WCDT 28 Feb-4 Mar 2011 (1871-1875)
« Reply #182 on: 02 Mar 2011, 17:48 »


Why, we could start with how every major female character in QC thus far has a mental disorder and can't be in a stable relationship without therapy. We could start. But I'd rather not. ;)


Take a look: most of the characters have some sort of mental issue.  I honestly think the only mostly normal ones are Penelope and Angus.

I'm sorry, have you seen Penelope? The blonde pent up ball of rage and misdirected aggression? The woman who despises the fact that she wants to be a literary agent but doesn't want to the hard graft to realise that ambition? The barrista who rages at the fact that someone like Faye has a natural talent for sculpting but, for her own reasons, has lost her passion for sculpting, while Penelope is behind a coffee counter? A woman who religious upbringing has made her blind and ignorant of other people's own beliefs, to the point where she will ridicule them for those beliefs?

That Penelope, or is there some other Penelope running around that I don't know about? (and don't say Pizza Girl, coz when was the last time she was in the comic?)
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Re: WCDT 28 Feb-4 Mar 2011 (1871-1875)
« Reply #183 on: 02 Mar 2011, 18:58 »

Penelope is "fear of success" embodied.
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Re: WCDT 28 Feb-4 Mar 2011 (1871-1875)
« Reply #184 on: 02 Mar 2011, 19:10 »

There's a new thread for Firefly-related posts. Firefly posts from this thread have been moved there.
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Re: WCDT 28 Feb-4 Mar 2011 (1871-1875)
« Reply #185 on: 02 Mar 2011, 19:20 »


I'm sorry, have you seen Penelope? The blonde pent up ball of rage and misdirected aggression? The woman who despises the fact that she wants to be a literary agent but doesn't want to the hard graft to realise that ambition? The barrista who rages at the fact that someone like Faye has a natural talent for sculpting but, for her own reasons, has lost her passion for sculpting, while Penelope is behind a coffee counter? A woman who religious upbringing has made her blind and ignorant of other people's own beliefs, to the point where she will ridicule them for those beliefs?

That Penelope, or is there some other Penelope running around that I don't know about? (and don't say Pizza Girl, coz when was the last time she was in the comic?)

Point well made.  At least you didn't argue with me about Angus.
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Re: WCDT 28 Feb-4 Mar 2011 (1871-1875)
« Reply #186 on: 02 Mar 2011, 23:19 »

Angus was introduced to the comic by borderline stalking Faye...

I don't think too many of the characters in QC have "serious mental issues", nor do I think they need therapy, but they're all a little bit strange. Which is the attraction. (Some may argue it's the realism that's the attraction, but then that's not really a disagreement.)
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Re: WCDT 28 Feb-4 Mar 2011 (1871-1875)
« Reply #187 on: 02 Mar 2011, 23:52 »

Pintsize, you've just lost major points with me by doing such a stupid car culture action.
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Re: WCDT 28 Feb-4 Mar 2011 (1871-1875)
« Reply #188 on: 03 Mar 2011, 00:05 »

"Ghostriding the Roomba" was not the first thing I thought upon seeing the first three panels.

I wouldn't have even cracked the top 1000 things I thought was going on there.
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Re: WCDT 28 Feb-4 Mar 2011 (1871-1875)
« Reply #189 on: 03 Mar 2011, 00:06 »

Nothing good can come of it when Pintsize has a grin that wide.
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Re: WCDT 28 Feb-4 Mar 2011 (1871-1875)
« Reply #190 on: 03 Mar 2011, 00:09 »

Um.....unless he's about to set his head on fire and give Marten a penance stare, I don't see how Pintsize is ghost riding anyone or anything.
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Re: WCDT 28 Feb-4 Mar 2011 (1871-1875)
« Reply #191 on: 03 Mar 2011, 00:25 »

http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=ghost%20ride

I had to look it up. Sometimes I get scared at how many cultural references I'm missing.
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Re: WCDT 28 Feb-4 Mar 2011 (1871-1875)
« Reply #192 on: 03 Mar 2011, 00:39 »

http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=ghost%20ride

I had to look it up. Sometimes I get scared at how many cultural references I'm missing.

Glad I wasn't the only one.

And how do you ghostride something you can't even get inside to drive in the first place?

Meh. At least these kinds of cultural references aren't required to enjoy the comic most of the time.
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Re: WCDT 28 Feb-4 Mar 2011 (1871-1875)
« Reply #193 on: 03 Mar 2011, 00:39 »

http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=ghost%20ride I had to look it up.
So did I, but I feel better about it now.

And Marten has smaller feet than Faye! I bet he was wearing cute Jimmy Choo sling-backs with that little black dress in yesterday's strip...
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Re: WCDT 28 Feb-4 Mar 2011 (1871-1875)
« Reply #194 on: 03 Mar 2011, 00:42 »

WHEN YOU GET A NEW CAR

(uh huh uh huh)

AND YOU FEELIN LIKE A STAR

(okay okay)

WHATCHU GONNA DO?

(GHOST RIDE IT!)

GHOST RIDE THE WHIP!

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Re: WCDT 28 Feb-4 Mar 2011 (1871-1875)
« Reply #195 on: 03 Mar 2011, 01:27 »

I'm almost certain that voids the warranty.


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Re: WCDT 28 Feb-4 Mar 2011 (1871-1875)
« Reply #196 on: 03 Mar 2011, 04:40 »

Thanks for looking it up for us, IsIsColdInHere.  It was my next stop. 

And thank you Urban Dictionary for pointing out that it's a form of natural selection...
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Re: WCDT 28 Feb-4 Mar 2011 (1871-1875)
« Reply #197 on: 03 Mar 2011, 05:44 »

Um.....unless he's about to set his head on fire and give Marten a penance stare, I don't see how Pintsize is ghost riding anyone or anything.

There's also that whole using a flaming chain to make his point as well...

Let's just hope pintsize isn't scheduled to be played by Nick Cage, but maybe we can get Sam Elliot to show up as Marten's Dad...
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Re: WCDT 28 Feb-4 Mar 2011 (1871-1875)
« Reply #198 on: 03 Mar 2011, 06:12 »

Anyone have that awesome Jason Aaron Ghost Rider spread with forty different ghost riders on it from over the years/various worlds?

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Re: WCDT 28 Feb-4 Mar 2011 (1871-1875)
« Reply #199 on: 03 Mar 2011, 06:14 »

"Ghostriding the Roomba" was not the first thing I thought upon seeing the first three panels.

I wouldn't have even cracked the top 1000 things I thought was going on there.

Before the dictionary definition was given, I was pretty sure ghostriding was a euphamism for waffles. 

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