Sunday, 14 October 2012

IF Water




                                                                Size: 15 x 26 cms
                                                                Media: Pen & ink
                                                                Pens: Lamy Al Star


23 comments:

  1. Hombre, esto es lo más divertido que yo he visto en estos días!!!!!!!!!!!!!!te felicito.
    Congratulations!
    Your interpretation about medieval mouse trap made ​​me laugh a lot. is the best! :D
    (te enviaré una invitacion por correo, aceptala please) :)

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  2. Hahahahaha! This is both funny and cruel. I like it. Thank you! Hahahahah!

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  3. Weird and funny, which is always the best.

    I can hear the exchange now as they crawl into the distance: "Waterrrr." "What?" "Waterrr." "What?!" "Waterrr." "WHAT?!!!"

    Hope he doesn't start sucking on Walter's toes.


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  4. the guy on the left side is probably not native english speaker....:(

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  5. HAHAHAHAHA this is insane!!!
    i think you are crazier than me :DDD


    LOVE.

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  6. haha, really funny, you make me laugh again :-))

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  7. Hahahaha...love the way you always come up with something entirely unexpected.

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  8. Hahaha! Great one! Their expressions are hilarious. Well, I don't mean to say it's hilarious they might die in the desert and everything. Surely Gerard will be along with some water balloons?

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  9. You win, this is the best IF of the week.

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  10. The week has not started out very well, but THIS made me smile! Love it!!!

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  11. Heh heh. I'm so busy scrambled I don't know which way is up - and this made me stop in my tracks. Just what I needed.

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  12. I guess we both enjoy word play...
    It's not the pun as much as the shift in his needs and desires.
    I find it very funny that in such a dire situation, instead of needing a drink, he wants comfort from Walter, or he has some pointless tidbit of info that he needs to relate, and whatever it is is vastly unimportant.
    always a big fan of shifted expectations.
    I like Walter's fedup sideglance in panel #2
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    1. Wow, really? I don't think the thirsty guy has any interest in Walter at all. But Walter assuming that the thirsty guy is trying to address him is what makes this funny.

      Reminds me of this dialog:

      "Surely you're not serious." "Oh, Im serious alright, and don't call me Shirley."

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    2. Ted is right Richard...he's described my intentions with this cartoon correctly...However if other amusement is seen from another perspective....who am I to complain?

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  13. Haha, must be great to be lost in a desert with a guy like Walter :-D

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  14. This made me really lough! Unfortunately is Gerard not here, he could store water for weeks :)

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    1. It's been a long time since I've Loughed, which is a more heartfelt laugh, I've heard.

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  15. Hahahaha, this is great!!!!

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  16. Rod. debajo de todo, en mi blog, hay un link que dice QQR fíjate si tienes acceso desde ahí y después me cuentas ¿Sí?

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  17. Hahaha! I haven't visited for a while and I'm so enjoying catching up here. You make me laugh out loud!

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  18. Hahaha... it´s so funny!!!!!!
    Next time you call me Water I will..... ):(

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