Monday Morning LOLs - December 17, 2012

Cidu Bill on Dec 17th 2012

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Morris Keesan:

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Lola:

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9 Responses to “Monday Morning LOLs - December 17, 2012”

  1. Proginoskes Dec 17th 2012 at 05:23 am 1

    I added the following comment (more or less) to the PBS comic when it was new:

    “Right on!

    Now say something like: If you are going to bill me, make sure to include the following number on the bill: 8264519035417835230637694417408769925193582533702541698982463317002622183769342. And charge them $100 for you to repeat the number …”

  2. Morris Keesan Dec 17th 2012 at 09:15 am 2

    Similar to the comment I appended when I sent it to Bill, something along the lines of asking them to enter an account number with their keypad, so that when they eventually get to talk to a person, they can be asked for it all over again.

  3. Soup Dragon Dec 17th 2012 at 09:55 am 3

    Swiss pirates, terrorizing the Lake Lucerne shoreline…

  4. Scott Dec 17th 2012 at 01:07 pm 4

    There is a problem with the lobster one. If he were a fresh lobster, he wouldn’t be apologizing and tipping his hat.

  5. The Bad Seed Dec 17th 2012 at 03:33 pm 5

    More importantly, if he were a live, uncooked lobster, he wouldn’t be red.

  6. Inkwell Dec 17th 2012 at 08:09 pm 6

    Nice picks as usual! I found the Frosty one oddly cute. I guess it’s fun seeing Karen grown-up.

  7. Lola Dec 18th 2012 at 10:43 pm 7

    The outer space bowling one is a CIDU for me.

  8. Elyrest Dec 19th 2012 at 12:32 am 8

    Lola - I think the point of the comic is that it’s most unusual to see a bowling bowl and pins out in space. I can’t say for sure that no one has ever seen that, but I think it’s highly doubtful.

  9. Boise Ed Dec 19th 2012 at 10:58 pm 9

    I love the lobster one.

    Lola, at first I thought the “bowling ball” was a moon or asteroid, so the pins were some giant construction. But the ball has finger holes, so it’s probably what Elyrest said.

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