October 6, 2011
It’s my birthday and I’m starting a new story. Hooray! This is, obviously, a flashback story- it doesn’t solely center on Herman, but it starts out that way.
Posted at 2:48 pm.
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Well happy birthday!
Also, I’ve been waiting for a flashback to Herman’s early playing days, so I guess you got me a present?
I forgot to get you something……
Happy b-day..I could see Herman, saying EFF YALL! I’m out
Happy birthday fellow Libran.
Nice draft. First of the firsties.
Oh I get it.. Your birthday made you realize you’re getting older. A flashback of what you’ve accomplished with your life so far was triggered, and in turn this story was created.
Happy birthday, Mr. Wendzel!
“Who needs education, I’m gonna be RICH!”
Given Herman’s inability to understand the value of a Dollar, that class would have been funnier if it were The Basics of Economics.
Love his teenage mustache.
It seems Herman is not a fan of that desk.
whoa…Whoa…WHOA!…How may I ask did you manage to draw me as the history teacher in the last panel?! granted I teach college history – but you pretty much drew me in cartoon form. Creepy Mr. Wendzel
i laughed three times while reading the 6 – 7 panel three times in a row. good job
Ahahahahahah! Just awesome. Good show sir, good show. And Happy Birthday
This just totally, and utterly made my night man!
and happy birthday!
I did the same thing when I passed Middle School.
Flipped every one of my teachers off (cept a few nice ones).
The look on Herman’s teacher is PRICELESS!
Happy Birthday Huzzah!
Sad to see that Herman wasn’t a home grown star for Hartford. First overall pick must mean it was for the Mets, and not the Yankees…
And any chance we will revisit the origins of Herman’s old hotdog-esque hair in this story?
Don’t suppose he was under steroids at that point? Because it’s okay now that he’s become famous.
Soooo effing funny!!!!
Happy Birthday !!
Funny that. The 4th was my birthday. Fellow Librans!
Also, I remember that experience. I didn’t want to open my letters either.
I love Herman’s expression on third panel, he almost looks like a normal reasonable parent! And the flashback… priceless.
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