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get ripped quick

Wed, 04/08/2009
054 - get ripped quick

maybe I should try growing a beard

Mon, 04/06/2009 - 23:16 by Aido in response to give or take ten years

Very seriously, this is a near-direct transcript.  I don't know why the dude decided I needed to know his exact age.  Weekends at the mall: everyone is in high school.

give or take ten years

Mon, 04/06/2009
053 - give or take ten years

I guess it's good for something

Thu, 04/02/2009 - 00:33 by Ananth in response to a face like sandpaper

I, uh, wasn't quite sure how to feel about this when Yuko did it. I'm glad she can get some use out of my face, I guess. 

I'm not sure how much the ladies can relate, but some of you dudes probably can ... shaving is a constant losing battle for me. It only takes me a day or so to grow stubble back in, which is why I appear in Johnny Wander as such.

My mother hates it! When she's visiting, she's usually happy with my appearance for about 1 hour every 3 days or so. I just gave up years ago. 

a face like sandpaper

Wed, 04/01/2009
052 - a face like sandpaper

yuko's parents' cats again

Mon, 03/30/2009
051 - yuko's parents' cats again

homemade mace

Wed, 03/18/2009
050 - homemade mace

D:

Tue, 03/17/2009 - 02:11 by Ananth in response to her computer died

It was a banner weekend for us ... Yuko's laptop died (it was the motherboard), both of her wipers stripped during a storm, and I got a flat! Still, Yuko made a comic happen, through hardwork and tenacity. Hooray for Yuko! I like what she did in the background of the first two panels - it is a neat effect. 

Anyway, I think that's all for us! We are tired, and now we go to rest. 

(Oh, and thank you to Mohammad for helping us out on such short notice!)

her computer died

Tue, 03/17/2009
049 - her computer died

Okay, so ...

Thu, 03/12/2009 - 13:49 by Ananth in response to inscrutable language joke

 ... this joke takes a little bit of explanation unless you have a rudimentary understanding of Japanese. Basically, sukiyaki is a dish and daisuki means "to like a lot". So, if you really like sukiyaki and (terrible) puns, you can say "daisuki-yaki" and ... 

...

*stares in Yuko's direction* Well, I know someone who feel compelled to say it every time we have sukiyaki at her parents' house. 

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