Well, there you go. I expect regular readers would have guessed the pun before even reaching the end of panel one.
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Any imagined resemblance to any manager half-alive or un-dead is purely co-incidental.
BTW this joke probably doesn’t cross the Atlantic so well.
I apologise for the long delay between updates. My excuse is that my brain was empty. Anyway, today the birthday present I bought Karen arrived, an enormous pile of Letraset Pro-markers and she said I could use them…
[Technical Note: It's really hard to choose colours for real-world drawing as opposed to colouring on computer as I usually do (and impossible to go back if you change your mind.) But the saddest part is that scanning the picture changed all the colours to something else and I had to fix them in gimp afterwards anyway. Plus knowing that they won't look the same on your screen as they do on mine. Ho hum.]
I doodled this in my notebook after a visit to the zoo. I know that laughing at ones own jokes is a crime against humanity, but laugh I did. Out loud. And maybe someone else on the planet will appreciate it too.
Speaking of “odd sense of humour”: I think Dan Long is a genius for drawing this comic.
I managed somehow to miss posting suitable felicitations for Laura’s birthday, but it turns out that we share an unbirthday today anyway. So here’s to us, and to anyone else celebrating their own (or a friend’s) unbirthday:
I haven’t posted for a while — I’m sorry to keep you waiting. We went on holiday to Avignon (France) and saw a large number of enormous residences, one of which inspired today’s comic. We sketched a lot when we were there, and I’ve made some collages of them here: http://tinyurl.com/avignonpics in case you happen to be interested.
Coming soon: a slightly longer-than-usual comic called “Avocado Man” … watch this space.
I recently realised that the entire purpose of the human race, from an evolutionary point of view, is to keep the batteries charged in our mobile devices.
BTW, now I am a published artist (well, doodler). Karen sang there on Wednesday, “I loves you Porgy” and “Love me or leave me” in Nina Simone style. She was fabulous, and I am so proud of her.
well, it made sense to me. I sat in the James St. Tavern drawing this while Karen jammed away at the Jazz Kitchen session. She does a good line in Tom Waits.
(Hover text: Any Molesworth fans out there?)