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Not Applicable

by SliceOfDog
***COMICS ARE COMING! I'M JUST A LAZY BUGGER!!!***

Sometimes I make comics with no real plot, story or moral. I call these Something Wicked. The rest of the time my comics are even stupider. Not Applicable is my dumping ground for said comics.
It will probably be updated more often that Something Wicked, but it's really only a side project. I make random comics when my mind wanders from the task at hand. Which happens a lot.
Enjoy.
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***COMICS ARE COMING! I'M JUST A LAZY BUGGER!!!***

Sometimes I make comics with no real plot, story or moral. I call these Something Wicked. The rest of the time my comics are even stupider. Not Applicable is my dumping ground for said comics.
It will probably be updated more often that Something Wicked, but it's really only a side project. I make random comics when my mind wanders from the task at hand. Which happens a lot.
Enjoy.

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Yeah, I always find this kind of humour awkward, usually because it's my superiors at work that come out with it. I can hardly bitch at them, so I just make a point to not laugh. Fight the power ¬_¬

And thanks. This style's really easy for me to do, it shaves about half an hour off comics. Glad you like it ^^
That humor sounds something like what a drunken fool would come up with (not referring to the author, just the guy in the comic) which awkwardly I find amusing.

Art style is good, stick with it if you wanna do short and quick comics. *Thumbs up*
I found this funny when I thought of it. You might not. Looking at it now, not so fond of it. I do however like the style of drawing I used. Quick and easy, and looks fairly good imo.
Probably how I'll do most short comics from now on.
Feed-back appreciated. Preferably on the art rather than the humour. And if anyone tries to say I'm racist, you're stupid and you don't understand the joke. Go home.
I have a lot on my plate at the moment, and drawing is unfortunately on the bottom of my priorities list.
Don't worry, none of it's serious. It's just more important than comics. Hard to believe, I know.
Anyways, I'll be back soon (Hopefully).
I'm looking to have another comic up in a week or so.
Dregan
September 5th, 2009
God I hate that advert. One thing there I did always wonder myself...
SliceOfDog
September 4th, 2009
I always wondered how Paul felt about this arrangement

For the uninformed:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D2T6YdEcp6w
*Later for scraps*
Apparently they do boiled eggs now that are already boiled and de-shelled. In our lazy ass society this can't really be a good step.
*Raises hand*

Me, me, me, me, me, I wanna go!
Geisha. Geis-hen. Get it?
...
Anyway...

Mildred the hen went on to publish her memoirs under the collective title of 'Mildred Potter and the battery farms of Azkaban', which grew to have global recognition and spawned several movie and stage adaptations, including a delightful musical produced by Andrew Lloyd Webber with Stephen Fry as Mildred and Morgan Freeman as the street-wise sewer rat that helps her escape and, eventually, find true love in the form of John Travolta's heart warming Italian Rooster Ilhyandro. With Seth Green and Leslie Nielsen as the lackluster comic-relief police duo hired to track Mildred down, it's no suprise that President Obama described Mildred's story as "A tale of courage, love and talking animals to last the ages"
Unfortunately, Mildred had been killed and served up for a Sunday Dinner 5 months earlier, and never got a penny. Sucks to be her.

But yeah. This took me stupidly long to do, for saying it's like "Baby's first politically motivated flash drawn comic", but still, at least it's funny.
Well... at least it's got talking animals in. And that's what counts, right?
Plus, technically, they're naked. So... yeah. If you're into that.

...
Anyone else wanna go see 'Mildred Potter and the Battery Farm of Azkaban' now?
*Before anyone asks or complains, no. This is NOT sarcastic*

I was watching a load of BNP videos a couple days ago, and was inspired to draw something such as this. Just incase none of this is well known outside the good ol racist UK;

The joke is on the BNP slogan "British jobs for British workers". I made a pun. Tee hee.

A 'gurkha' is (Generalising here, but I'd need to check Wikipedia or something to be much more specific) a non-British soldier from India and a couple other ex-Empire countries who fought or fights for Britain. To this day not all of them, veterans who fought for Britain's freedom and democracy, are allowed entry into our country, and some are but aren't allowed to bring their family. One recently died in Britain with his family in India refused entry to visit him.

So yeah. Slice getting all political. Weird, I know.
SliceOfDog
June 7th, 2009
XD It took me a long time to get to this point, and I still have a long way to go. But thanks again.
ron11241
June 7th, 2009
sorry I was'nt loged in, and also your welcome, your a pretty good drawer.
SliceOfDog
June 7th, 2009
:) Thanks
cool
cool
*See's Dregan's new Avvie*

owo;;

*Cloaks*
Pfft! Bring it, bitch *Does Ju Jitsu pose*
Dregan
May 29th, 2009
I kill you all. Starting with all of you.
:o Is not sarcastic!
*Is confuzzled at the possible sarcastic meaning of ':P'*
^^ Thanks. I'm pretty proud of him too. Also, nice avvie :p