You did that on purpose didn't you. :D
Or was it on porpoise?
I'll just be going now...
I so love this comic and the commenters :)
Last panel = win.
I totally thought it was for all intensive purposes :/
I thought so too, until I actually thought about it and realized that purposes can't be intensive.
That last panel needs to be blown up, made into a sticker, and pasted on the hood of my car. Intense porpoise DISAPPROVES of your lack of turn signal!!
(This is going to be a new meme, I can just feel it. "Intense porpoise says 'don't run a red light, mo-fo!'")
I think you've found your porpoise in life, Jam.
Hilarious! (and somewhat creepy...)
From what you'd said on twitter, I was expecting Dick Van Dyke to be involved in this comic somehow.
That being said, that is the best intense porpoise face I have ever seen.
You know, I read a news article recently. A biologist and genetics engineer, working together, had developed a cure for aging, in dolphins. It required a certain chemical alteration done to the meat of seagulls, then fed to the animal.
One day, they realized they were almost out of gull meat, and their supplier told them it would take 3 days to get more to them.
So the biologist went down by the sea shore, and started slipping chicks right from the nest.
On her way back, she found her path blocked by the forms of two tranquilized lions that had escaped the zoo, but were being successfully retrieved.
She carefully stepped across the lions, so she could finish her little errand, without interrupting the zoo staffs' efforts.
Just before getting back to the lab, she was arrested for poaching the birds.
Which goes to show you should never transport young gulls across sedate lions for immortal porpoises.
Hahahaha oooooooooooohhhhh ;)
I figured it was porpoise joke time ;)
One of the best play on words I've read in a long time! Thanks for that!
Awesome comment, I hadn't read a Feghoot in years, ever since I stopped receiving the Little Green Rag... good times...
So I didn't see the little tent-on-a-cliff drawing until my second read, upon which I was like, "What is up with her cubicle wall? Did it disintegrate in the earthquake?" However I soon realized that... no.
This reminds me of a still shot on a battle sequence in Dragon Quest (8 possibly?)
A couple years before I graduated high school, my ex-girlfriend's mother went back to school. In a college-level english assignment, she wrote: "Take everything he says with a grain assault".
I facepalmed before facepalming was cool. :-)
That's called an eggcorn! :D
Welp, I've got myself a profile picture now.
Ok you got me, I just wanted to draw a *really* intense-looking porpoise this week :)