Asshole...oh no wait.
This would be just as accurate if they were having sex.
Yay. You win the internet.
Nail head, meet hammer.
I don't need to explain, you'd never understand anyway. The end.
Funny how a short comic can say far more than pages and pages of words.
Its obvious though. He's on top of the table, ergo his brain is working on a higher plane. Probably a good 3 to 4 feet for an average table.Can you grasp that? His mind is literally working on a higher plane, buy as many as 48 inches! His brain is 6 penii higher than everyone else's brain!
While I agree in principle with your sentiment, if given a choice between listening to people explain in agonizing detail about the why of their particular choices, or just shrugging and going with it, I'm going to choose Plan Shrug by far the vast majority of the time.
@calebIWhen some dipshit tells me I'm having bad wrong fun I'm not saying I always want to hear all about why--but if said dipshit -can't- even explain why, then they get put on the "no need to ever pay attention to you ever" list.
I think Zak is the demon kitty thing that makes a brief appearance.
@Trollno typey typey on the interwebs for you until you go over to Grognardia, say "Oh, I see, the names I called people make no sense in light of the very obvious counter-argument you just made. I should think more before I write" and press "enter"....or something else that makes sense.Otherwise, take your nervous breakdown off the internet, please.
Is there something you'd like to share with us, Zak?
@tequilaJust doing some spring cleaning.
@AnathematicianThanks for pointing out the demon kitty thing. I can't believe I missed it!@ZakSince the mysterious tubes of the Interwebs lack voice and visuals, it's amazing that anyone can ever successfully communicate anything. I'm surprised there are times when flame wars are not occurring. People even have flame wars when they agree on a subject, just because they can't tell they agree or because they don't agree strongly enough. . . . not that I think that was the case in this particular flame war.When I was younger I held great hope for communication to resolve strife between human beings; I hoped that if we could all just make ourselves understood to one another we would find common ground and be able to make peace. I have with great reluctance abandoned that hope. I have learned to my disappointment that sometimes when we think we are failing to communicate, we are in fact successfully communicating that we have alien and incompatible worldviews that can never be bridged. In such cases, all we can do is withdraw our energy from it and put it somewhere more productive.
Oh, come on Zak, that is the entire point of the internet.
I like the cat on the right who pops in and out. :)
@The Grumpy CeltThe -rest- of the internet, sure. Which is just one extra reason nobody should have to listen to it here.
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