The scenario presented in today’s comic strip is ripped from the headlines of my life. I use my travel mug at the office, and I haven’t washed it since I got back to work in September. My theory is this: I only drink black coffee, I finish my one cup of black coffee every day (so it sits empty) and there’s no cream or liquid left to sit and fester in there. Also, I rinse it with boiling water before I put more coffee in it, so it’s not as bad as it sounds in the comic, right?
using a travel mug at the office has been a game changer for me. I am infamous for spilling anything on myself for no reason at all and it really cuts down on that. Also, I used to be horrible at leaving dirty mugs around my desk and now I only have one travel mug!
I do stupid stuff like that when i’m tired.
About a week ago, I made a comic about how my new pillow was a terrible life decision. Now, it is still a terrible life decision. My neck is so stiff! I can’t even look over my shoulder. The worst! I am perpetually exhausted cause I can’t get a good night’s sleep. Solution? I dunno, maybe BUY A NEW PILLOW! But no. I am too cheap… and I suppose I should stop complaining about it.
Anyways, hope this finds you well, on this tuesday morning! I have a day-long meeting. Fun!
This one happened yesterday. The worst part about dragonflies is that they are really big and you can see them coming from a mile away…. and yet, there is no way to avoid these bugs. Mine hit the visor of my helmet, and I had a huge bug-splat blocking my vision for the rest of the ride. Flies hurt. I suppose this is really a danger for anyone that owns a convertable/bike/motor bike, but I just got kinda sick of making scooter comics that end in the world thinking it’s hilarious that you have a scooter. Though i suppose that is the largest danger! And if you don’t care what people think about you, then it doesn’t matter.