The web may have offered us free college education, endless articles about every topic imaginable, access to the annals of history, and the greatest music ever composed. But who has time for all that, when we can spend our time catching our yucks on the ubiquitous web comics, which anybody can make, with the use of a little captioning software. Enjoy these comics as a relief from your stressful day — but after you’re done, remember to get back to work!
Confronted with those who actively josh an authority figure sporting a visible pistol, mace can, and tazer, the cop might as well laugh back.
Dogsled teams in Canada: also used as tow trucks and for plowing fields.
Such a one’s “Indian name” might be “Wild Corn,” or “Dances with Tofu.”
Just because alcoholism is a life-debilitating disease doesn’t mean you can’t laugh your sorrows away!
Sound dating advice as well.
Spinning in that chair is a good way to make the time pass on said job.
It’s just a matter of time before we are installing knowledge into our cortex — which will probably come with pop-ups, ads, viruses, and other schizophrenic stuff.
Funny stuff, but getting that bed to the kitchen would be much more work than flipping a pancake and eggs.
That cop keeps on his cop face even when a stag is nosing through his window.
Billboards need more corrections such as this.
As if gasping and wheezing is easier to sleep next to than snoring?
Ugh! I can see her cameltoe.
Even dyslexics know when you’re pissed.
Well both of them are offering you a croc.
Don’t throw stones if you live in an inflatable house.
I recognize this scene from Hitchcock. Things get worse from here.
Nah, it’s the cat that’s been drinking.
The music’s better anyway.
Could be a scene from the latest Disney live action movie, or an LSD trip … which are generally interchangeable.
If our 20-year-old selves could see us, would they shoot us, or themselves?