What's Mallard raving about today?
This is all very funny, Batshit, coming as it does from a creep who sock-puppets at D&C on a regular basis.At least Mallard understands the "appeal" of his own strip. (Just replace "terrifying" with "embarrassing.")
Indeed, if it wasn't for the phenomenon of people unable to look away from hideous train wrecks, I don't think this strip would have lasted six months.
Meanwhile: Mallard's friends list has been empty ever since Rush's dad found out about the "dusting parties."
Mallard Fillmore has a cru-ush! On a virile, penis-chinned coworker!
Hey Brewsky (...c'mon, we know you read this ...):Commenting on photos you put up is a design feature that is very useful. Just because a "picture is worth a thousand words" doesn't mean that sometimes a few more words don't help.Tagging yourself in a photo is a normal and helpful. "Like"ing your own postings is probably a bit of an affectation; other social networking facilities (such as Amazon's book reviews) don't allow you to rate your own content, but Facebook made a different decision - let the free market decide!Basically, today's "comic" is like complaining because Chet uses Facebook the way it was designed to be used. Get Off My Lawn You Kids!
Mallard hates people so much that he joined Facebook just so he could silently mock his co-workers' postings, passive-agressive little prick that he is.
Yeah dumbass, it's called "human interaction". And it's a little bit creepy that you're lingering on Chet's picture so long.
How did Bruce Tinsley manage to become a narcissist without Facebook?
Actually, how did Bruce Tinshley manage to become a narcisisst at all?
Bruce will do the dirty jobs no one else will, or even can, do.
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