Thanks to my friend Kerry, who was complaining about sites being “in beta” to me. Truth is, “beta” used to mean something. Nowadays it just means “don’t judge me based on this thing you’re seeing it’s going to get better I promise”, which is something that I pretty much wish I could say all the time.
A sad comic to make you happy. But for those of you actually “celebrating”, have some nerdy Valentine’s Day cards below! HEY SYSTEMICS! Want to wish me a happy Valentine’s Day? Put some more nerdy V-Day lines in the comments.
If you’re looking for any last-minute gifts, head on over to the HilariAwesome.com store! Here’s a shirt from over there that has love, coming together, and awesomeness:
Welcome, Systemics to another fun-filled week of… fun here at The System. BIG THINGS are in store for the week, and I’m not just talking about the toothbrush shown here. So stay tuned!
Speaking of that giant toothbrush, I found out while researching this comic (yes, this comic took research) that there is a place online for ALL your giant novelty item needs. Need a giant hamburger?Giant toothbrush?GIANT WHISK? They gotcha covered. The best part? There’s videos. With a theme song. A-la “Will it Blend?” comes “Is it big?” (SPOILER ALERT: Yes.)
As far as the comic goes, this falls under the True Story tag. I have what is known as a “Wee Apartment” (under 300 sq. ft) and with a place that small, anything left out or foreign objects are automatically in the way of other things. It seems only fair that if something proportionally in the way in my tiny place should have an equivalent size taken up at her place in return, no? It’s the law of equivalent exchange! Or maybe I’ve been watching too much animé.
Ever leave things over at your girl/boyfriend’s? Thinking of bringing over a giant novelty item? Have Peter Gabriel stuck in your head? Share in the comments!
Happy new year, all! Apologies for the rough holiday season. Between the snowpocalypse and some heavy work on an upcoming project, the comic I know has been a little sporadic. Consider us BACK ON TRACK for the new year!
As we know, relationships can neither be created nor destroyed. Only transferred in power. My friend Kerry pointed this out to me yesterday, and I can only hope it’s true. Because one of my friends just broke with someone (I feel bad for ya, buddy) so maybe the rest of us now stand a chance. Anyone else feel like they are falling prey of this rule, better or worse?