Great comic, but where did your arms go? You look like a bearded thumb.
I noticed way back in issue 6 that arms don't look right when my male characters are shirtless. They appear and disappear as needed. The good part about this is that you can imagine John's arms doing anything you like! Flailing about like Olive Oyl, making obscene hand gestures at Elly or even punching wildly at her bathroom fixtures. IT'S COMPLETELY UP TO YOU.
I thought it best not to mention that. (That's why I opted not to draw John's hands covering his junk... the implications were too disturbing.) But officially anything you imagine is canonical, so go nuts! (No pun intended.)I'm a badass when it comes to saying the wrong thing. Seriously name a situation and I can tell you EXACTLY how to make an ass of yourself.
Name a situation, eh? Like... *any* situation? Alright, how about: waiting in line at the Walmart?
Hm... I probably should have said a specific situation but I'll give this a go anyway.Okay, my friends and I were at a burlesque show in town and... it was subpar, to say the least. Somehow they made women in boyshorts and pasties boring. I exclaimed said displeasure and bitched about having to pay a $10 cover fee when a guy behind me said "those are my friends..." I turn around and there's a dude in a wheelchair. Of course. Thus standing in line at Walmart (or Sainsbury for our British friends. Cheerio, y'all!) I would say complain about the inadequacies about a product. Kossler's law (it's a thing) states that the person in front of you will be buying that product and give you devastating look. Or perhaps you could say something along the lines of "man, that cashier smells like poop-covered poop." At which point the gentleman behind you will say "that's my wife" and punch you in the back of the neck. KOSSLER'S LAW.
Guh. I meant "of a certain product." Dammit.
I'm enjoying reading this comic, but it might be prudent to enable the next link on this comic. :P
Thanks for the heads up! How did I go so long without noticing that?