July 20, 2010
In this comic, I use ordinary punctuation.
NEXT COMIC LATE THURSDAY EVENING FYI
Posted at 3:02 pm.
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Does the … count as ordinary punctuation?
That is funny! I don’t mind Kate’s coming for me!
She’s coming for me!? OH MY GOD!!
(dives behind couch)
After the commercial break we will tell you what she will bring with her to implement your doom and how you can prepare.
How not to look suspicious.Or something, I have no idea if what I said means what I think it does and what it to. @.@ Errr…
EXTREME CLOSE UP!
Oh… he’s good.
BTW Rabid Turkey the … is an ellipsis and is counted as ‘normal’ punctuation
That’s OK, I’m not in that room
… Not unless he also knows how to break the 4th wall.
I have a theory that all lawyers in this comic are aware they are in a comic except for Penny’s mother, in her case it skipped a generation.
She never threatened Skye. She threatened Skye’s poor innocent donkey. Truly, she has a heart of coal.
Ellipsis is not only standard punctuation, it’s also a company. Their domain name is “dotdotdot.com” (and I have no connection to them).
and suddenly, the only relevance Out at Home will ever have is punctuation usage…
you can look up the uses of this elusive bit of punctuation at www dot dot dot dot dot com. Not to be confused with http://www.ellipsis.com. That’s some site a guy who couldn’t spell set up about lopsided circles.
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