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Geek Comic for August 15th – Guitar Sidekick
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I think it was time that we got a new cartoonist, I don’t get this, and if I do, then it isn’t a very funny joke. I find these cartoons funny far too little these days. I do appreciate who makes these cartoons, but I know that he does lots for other subjects and i think that it is pretty clear that he ins’t a computer enthusiast….
And this kid also plays “Grand Theft Manual”
Theese comics are increasingly stupid and not funny at all.. I beg you, stop posting these!!
Hahahaa this cartoon is funny. Those who don’t get it have not embraced their inner geek lol.
Man, some of you are way to critical about the content on this site.
Geek humor comes in all aspect, not all regarding computers. Maybe some of you aren’t geek enthusiasts.
Hey now! I do agree that some of theses are not funny.
Like this one! its not that funny!
And yet, ITS FUNNY!
EMBRACE YOUR INNER GEEK!
(Taste the rainbow).
Even though they may not be the most hilarious comics in the world…they are still funny are a worth addition to this site.
Now if you notice I say that they are funny and not funny…
Deal with it! :)
I have a great idea…
IF YOU DONT LIKE THEM, DONT CLICK ON THEM!!!!!!
The joke: The kid isn’t just a loner playing the hero (main character) in video games….he’s a loner playing the “sidekick” (2nd string, subordinate, the guy that doesn’t get the girl) in video games.
I get it :) It’s sorta funny.
These cartoons are absolutely crap, please remove them!
No one makes you read the comic. Please ban Mojo from complaining on every comic.
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