I realize many people won’t get what I was after here because it is based on a 1960’s American TV show. I also included a reference to one of my favorite cheeses. I am a cheese eating, classic TV show watching enthusiast. Watching The Munsters while eating Muenster cheese is my idea of a relaxing evening. Yes, I am serious. FT :-p
This idea just popped into my head yesterday. When I told my dad, he giggled and said exactly what it says here. FT 🙂
Last of the word comics, I promise. I imagine that you are all bored with these by now, so I finished with this one. Yawn. FT 🙂
I promise, only one more word comic after this one. I will be keeping track of my views to see if this comic indeed captures your mood. Hahaha! FT 😛
The title of today’s comic is a nod to Fred G. Sanford and his version of the “Ink Spots” classic song.
Gene addresses yet another baffling question. CGI is it an innovation or a lazy shortcut. What do you think? FT 🙂
Another comic about words and looking them up. Yes, this arc is sluggish, protracted if you will. Yes, I am not sure this even counts as an arc. Yes, I should have used “Great” rather than “Grate”; however, if I had done that, you would not have read this far. At least now you get to feel smarter than me. I hope you are grateful for that. Haha! FT 😛
I am doing a short series of comics based on word meanings. The comics are probably not all that funny, but they made me laugh when I was making them. I got the idea because anytime I ask my dad what the definition of a word is, he tells me to look it up, despite the fact that he knows the definition. It’s a bit irritating at times, but I have expanded my lexicon. I keep a small notebook that I add to almost daily. If you are so inclined, please delight in today’s comic. FT 😀