QUICK TO THE BRITNEY-MOBILE!

My friend, he and his friend started this online web-comic which, as of yet, has no real story other than they like games and enjoy making vague references to social media. No, really, that’s pretty much it. But you should totally check it out in any case, and although they don’t update very often/frequently, their snide side-comments and such are well worth a quick gander. Because I told you to. Which is enough influence. Otherwise I may need to enable my Jedi mind tricks.
And you won’t like that.
VISIT ASININE CIRCUS.

By admin on May 12th, 2010

Most of the time, our comics are based pretty loosely on reality, or at least something we find funny. This time, it’s pretty much spot on, Carlos really has named his car the Britney-mobile and that’s just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to inanimate object affection, or as it is otherwise known, Weight Companion Cube Syndrome.

Weighted Companion Cube Syndrome is a serious affliction that has been linked to social isolation, name-calling, and in some rare cases, awesomeness. Adding emotional value to everyday objects is what separates mankind from the animals. Well, that or the whole opposable thumbs and intelligence thing, but mainly the emotional value bit.

And thus begins our first story arc, hope nobody was expecting something a little more epic than a trip to a store.

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QUICK TO THE BRITNEY-MOBILE!

16 thoughts on “QUICK TO THE BRITNEY-MOBILE!

  1. Hot dang, free advertisement! Or did you just get lazy and figure that posting our content is easier than writing something? Don’t be afraid to admit you succumbed to laziness.

    1. Well, in all honesty it’s a bit of each – laziness is my superdrug – also that strip actually made me LOL. No really, not just throwing this LOL around willynilly – I really did LOL.

  2. nice πŸ˜€
    i love web comics, they provide some entertainment into the wee hours of the night.
    plus i love how the topics are current so I can relate πŸ˜„

    1. Exactly! That’s the great thing about web-comics – they have a great ability to tap into a great and understanding audience πŸ˜›

      Also, the art in web-comics is usually damn-sweet (BONUS!)

    1. I’m trying my bestest to!
      But damn, they’re slack!

      I DEMAND MORE COMICS
      CARLOS/ADAM. DOOEET.

      (I hope you’re reading this, because if you aren’t I look like a fool. Not a new thing, but still.)

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