January 9, 2010
The end of the story! More one-offs for the next few comics, then a story that makes a little more sense (I hope).
Posted at 2:49 am.
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Best escape method I’ve ever seen.
Also, first. Bitches.
Wow… I’m gonna be careful around coke bottles from now on o.0
How does this story -not- make sense? Besides the hot dog cart being -in- the street. I thought they had to be on the sidewalk?
Last comic was copyrighted in 2010 but this one in 2009. So that means there’s only 1 explanation…..
ALEX HAS COMMUNICATED WITH HIS FUTURE SELF TO WORK ON THIS AMAZING COMIC!!!
“Probably.” could be the understatement of the year for 2010. We’re going to have elections, and those will certainly produce an amazing array of bizarre statements, but (probably) very few UNDERstatements.
And remember, kids, NEVER step in a puddle without Mentos and a Coke.
I had to escape from that place once…’course, I’ve never liked diet and so I had to make do with just pepsi. Dang near lost my leg.
I’m going to go to the store right now and buy some Diet Coke and Mentos, then I’ll go find some puddles to jump into. Wish me luck!
“Besides the hot dog cart being -in- the street. I thought they had to be on the sidewalk?”
It’s actually marketing genius. He won’t move out of the way of your car until you buy a dog. It’s perfect, especially if you’re on your way home after a long day at work. The only real flaw is if he gets in front of someone that thinks ramming the cart out of the way is worth more than his car.
simplest explanation: they’re in springfield, ma
All the puddles around here are made out of solidified water. Which is arguably more dangerous than portal-to-hell puddles.
honestly I think this is my favorite part so far
Interesting how one could forget that there’s a portal in that nearby permanent psycho puddle about a foot or two away.
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