Costco now sells bulk packing peanuts?
no, they weren't from costco
Just watch me be casual with 21 cubic feet if packing peanuts. Cant stop me.
I really love your comic btw.
I now can't stop thinking of all the things I could do with that much packing peanuts.
I think that I've only got to work out what to do with a few of them when they turn up!
On the plus side, anyone not noticing right away that your package was full of packing peanuts probably thought you were super strong!
True. xD I couldn't stop looking and thinking "man those look heavy... oh wait.."
You should have dressed up in an ant costume first. People see ants carrying stuff much bigger than themselves all the time. Nothing odd here, just a perfectly normal human-sized ant carrying food back to the nest.
More fun trying to take them on the Public Transport network. I remember as a teenager purchasing some long, thin strips of timber for a project, and having a lot of difficulty getting them on a bus!
I had to do some furniture repairs a while back and needed a 2x4 (nothing glamorous about it - just simple and functional, and besides, it was an underside support beam that broke). Picked one up at a lumber yard, hauled it about 20 feet to the nearby bus stop. The bus driver looked so confused.
Happily, he did let me on the bus. Otherwise I'd have had to carry it the ~4km back home on foot. Probably because Translink tells their bus drivers to let everyone on because we might be people who, in more logical times, would have been treated in an insane asylum, and thus may have violent responses to rejection.
Your sacrifice was not in vain, purple ant. I'm enjoying some mediocre coffee in my EXTREME edition mug right now. Yummo.
Heh, I was wearing a short pants, after a great flood and I carry a 20 kilo rice sack on my shoulder. Nothing I can do can make me look cool in that situation too.
I suppose you could look "cool" if you were carrying them on your finger, spinning them Harlem Globetrotter-style.
Or hovering them next to you with your mind powers. Don't all engineers have mind powers by now? No? Well, that's a shame.
I think you're confusing us with the Fizzers.
Similarly troublesome objects may include, but are not limited to: 5-gallon water buckets, full jumbo-sized trash bags, and 4' x 8' sheets of plywood. Oh how I feel your pain...
Wait, Canada got rid of the Imperial System years ago.
Ah... Packing peanuts!!! They make great bean bag refills.
The packing peanuts were for protecting the mugs in the extreme editions of book 2 of course!