Sometimes, mathematics and symbols can easily convey what mere words cannot.
Archive for August, 2011
Quick, boys and girls! Can you spot the doctor who hasn’t got his priorities straight?
Today’s invasion of privacy has been brought to you by Gate Crasher: Ring of Fire #3 (May 2000) by Mark Waid, Jimmy Palmiotti, and Amanda Conner.
Extraterrestrials have some pretty strange ideas about how relationships work.
Today’s guide to marital bliss has been brought to you by Ball and Chain #2 (December 1999) by Scott Lobdell, Ale Garza, and Richard Bennett.
So you’re the recently orphaned Masahiko Yanagiba and your deceased mother’s estranged aunt and uncle, and their daughter – Sora, Yukari, and Shion Wakanae, respectively – have decided to take you in. That’s pretty awesome of them, right?
Okay, so they’re a little eccentric. But they’re nice people, so that doesn’t really give you the right to dictate terms when it comes to attending your new university’s welcoming ceremony.
Well, be careful what you wish for, because you just might get it…
Today’s gender bender has been brought to you by Family Compo (ファミリー・コンポ/Famirii Conpo) – Volume 1 (April 1997) by Tsukasa Hojo.
Maybe vegetarians know something that we don’t…
This improper salad dressing shaking technique courtesy of Yuria Type 100 (ユリア100式/Yuria 100 Shiki) – Volume 1 (August 29, 2006) by Shigemitsu Harada and Nobuto Hagio.
It’s nice to aspire to greater things in life. Especially if the sole purpose of your existence was to be your creator’s personal sex doll.
Today’s philosophical musing about the meaning of existence has been brought to you by Yuria Type 100 (ユリア100式/Yuria 100 Shiki) – Volume 1 (August 29, 2006) by Shigemitsu Harada and Nobuto Hagio.