A summer tragedy

When this happens to a little kid, it is sad.  When it happens to a grown adult, it is sad on a COMPLETELY DIFFERENT LEVEL.  Adults should have learned the way to safely eat icecream… and yet…

If you’ve been keeping track, and I know I have been, you will see that this is my 150th comic!  Woot.  If you are new to the comics, you might say, “But there are only five in your archives”.  robshauf.tumblr.com has the first 145 of em.  That is all!

Ltd.

when I was little, I would see a sign with “Ltd.” on it, for like some company.  For example, waterstone holdings ltd.  I never knew what it meant, but to this day, I pronounce it “luh teh did”.  Today, I learned both what a holdings company is, and what Ltd. means.  it’s been a big day, I think I can turn in now.

 

 

oh, the humanity!

so often, this is a situation i find myself in.  Though you’d never know it, cause i belly laugh like the best of ’em.  or should i say the rest of ’em?  The rest of ’em being everyone else who finds themselves laughing at something that isn’t particularly funny, but find it easier to laugh along to keep the “funny peace”?  Anyways, today’s not super funny comic brought to you by the letter A.  It’s a sesame street reference…  though one unwarranted.

 

 

it’s FOOL-PROOF

I draw these comics using a tablet (not a tablet computer… though i do use my iPad sometimes), which is basically a glorified mouse pad you use with a pen, incase you didn’t know.  Let me tell you a story about these tablets!

The best part of my wedding was getting married! the worst part of my wedding was losing my stylus for my old tablet.  My old tablet was far superior to my new one… the new one has half the features, half the sensitivity, half the durability, and generally annoys the crap out of me.  It is also newer, with the new drivers that take over the old ones…  So going back to the old one would require a trip to some forum to learn the black magicks of uninstalling drivers on a mac.  So!  After the honeymoon, when I realized I was missing my stylus, I scoured ebay for used ones, even Waccom’s site, but the only ones I could find were for the newer model, which are not compatible at all.  So, out of options, and reluctantly, I bought the newer one.  Then, yesterday, sixish months later, Diana found my old stylus in her laptop case.  I REMEMBER putting it there, the night before the wedding as we were setting up, because I DIDN’T want to LOSE IT.

I do this ALL THE TIME.