If my boyfriend tried that argument to get out of taking out the garbage, pretty much the same thing would happen.
haha makes me want ot go into philisophy
spot on! 😀
Hehehehe, thanks for your witty work…it was exactly what I needed.
Good to hear! Stay tuned for more 🙂 I shouldn’t pan Philosophy too much; I did, after all, take English Literature in uni (arguably just as useless)
LOL That’s it, I have to follow your blog. These comics made my day!!! 😀
Thanks! Glad to have you as a follower!
You ARE amazing! 😀
I am so loving this blog. I can’t wait to see the mails pour in once i subscribe to this wonderful blog.
Thank you very much! I try to update once or twice a week. Hope you enjoy them 🙂
I think i’m now going to subscribe too. Who are you?! You are perceptive, funny *and* can draw!!
Thanks very much! I’ll be sure to read through your blog every time I need a “zen” moment… Believe me, there are many. I’m just a high school teacher that tends to see the lighter side of things. https://stopgrammartime.wordpress.com/about/
Definitely she is, is he as well? 🙂
Great stuff, really enjoy the “lighter side of things”. Too bad very few of my high school teachers seemed to share my passion.
I’m sure they all did, at one point. It can be tiring sometimes! 🙂
Too ‘true’. But I’m not sure Kant had to take out his own garbage.
If he did, I’m sure he would have complained a lot
Hahahahaha…a very nice one…fortunately my hubby doesn’t protest much for taking out garbage 😉
Thanks! Glad you’ve got him doing it complaint-free!
Hahaha! Owned! I’m a chick, I study Philosophy – it can work! I think I should look more into philosophical aguments for not doing housework 😉
Cheers from a fellow philosopher and cartoonist.
Haha! If it manages to work, let me know. Thanks for the comment!
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Thanks! Glad you enjoyed the comic!
GAD (Garbage avoiding Dude) sounds like an architect! All your sketches make me LMAO [fodder for your next one?]. Look over your shoulder because I’m ‘following’ you.
Thanks, Matthew, for the laughter! 😀
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