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Geek Comic for September 9th – Her Sign was Stop
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don’t feel bad, she probably wanted a guy with two arms.
Nova1’s comment is funnier than the comic itself. I don’t know who the comic artist is but I could get past the lack of the character’s arms, if the comic was funnier.
These are like laffy taffy quality comics lately
I did not understand >__<!
eemmmmm… still don’t understand.. keep going…
easy, sign is star sign. I love these comics. Outstanding! Keep them coming, please.
*Cricket chirps* …
*Steps on cricket
Alright Jokestah, you can proceed with your joke now.
stop… this cartoons
And what does this have to do with technology?
@dlgn, as much as the Sunday Comics in the newspaper had to do with actual news.
Does it matter?
her sign was stop – stop sign
Hmn… that joke was a little bit funny when I first heard it, in the 1970s, when asking people their (horoscope) sign was a common pick-up line (and I liked it better with the sign “Do Not Enter”). Forty years later… man, people don’t even know what “what’s your sign?” means, that’s how dated this joke is.
The use of the electric light bulb as a symbol of a great idea, the proverbial light bulb turning on over the head, was introduced and popularized by the animated character Felix the Cat (the most popular cartoon character of the silent-film era).
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