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Comic: A Man of Consonant Sorrow

This is Pi Day #032

It was an emotional wedding, too… even the cake was in tiers.

It’s 2018 and this year I resolved to share more puns.

For example, the New Year’s resolution of this week’s comic is 1200 by 1200 pixels.

This week’s comic also happens to be a terrible pun, and while this exact conversation may not have occurred verbatim, the reaction of those involved are portrayed in way that inspired its drawing. It also inspires the Kid to take her father a little less seriously every time he opens his mouth.

Comic: Relatively Bored

This is Pi Day #014

“Hey, Dad, what’s this movie about?”
Oh… about two hours.

Oh … kids these days… they just don’t know how to play, or something… *waves stick in the air* — get off my lawn!

Ah… was that too preachy?

A little?

Yeah… maybe a little. Unfair, even. I mean, after all, we adults have been trying to make awkward conversation among ourselves for decades now. Literally. Decades! That’s … well, a lot of small talk. A lot of filled air. A lot of quality time and precious memories, right? Too much. Now give me back my phone.

What… wait… c’mon it’s not like we’re setting an example for all our kids, you know, the one’s who we’re told are spending too much time staring into the glowing screens of their devices instead of living outside the matrix. I wonder where they learned that.


It’s probably TV. Let’s go with that.