Sometimes the most personally significant questions come from the most immediate of circumstances.
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Rofl!! Matt, as always, you crack me up. I often ponder panel 2 myself, but only until my tummy starts a’rumblin. Then the most fundamental of questions takes precedence: where should we have lunch?
I think I have to but this one, also…
Curse the iPod touch’s auto-correct function!! I meant BUY. Not “but”.
Better than Butt!
LOL, that one made me laugh.
I always wondered if fish questioned their existence. Sea Lions say I’m crazy
That’s much nicer than what the Jellyfish have been saying about you.
I now look forward to a slanderous jellyfish strip with a butt joke in it.
As much as I like to think about the bigger picture and keep my mind open to it, I’m with the fish in the 3rd panel today. XD Because my swimmin’ legs are tired.
Just finished reading the archive. A very constructive way to spend “me time”. I laughed often!
Awesome! I am glad you liked it. Your stuff looks amazing! I’m gonna hafta find some “me time” here soon to take a trip through your archives.
Thanks! Just listened to your interview at Tall Tale Features. Nice job.
When I was young, I liked to imagine fish scientists who built rocket that took them through air. They built up extravegant ideas of what the universe was like, but were always terribly wrong because they couldn’t reach or fathom outer space.
Dude. That is the most awesome thing I’ve heard in a while. Wow! that works on so many levels!
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