I need K to design more fake brands more often.
Wow, I love the name of the cereal. It’s a combination of ‘fruit’ and ‘foot’. I giggled when I realised that.
OH MY GOD
WHAT THE… WOOOWWWWWWW if that’s true my god
Except: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Froot_Loops (Notice the introduction date.)
Huh…you guys have weird cereal names.
XD Could have always overturned the whole bowl and run so she wouldn’t have eaten soggy sock cereal.
I know I’m immature because I read the word ‘asses’ to mean ‘multiple butts.’
That’s because it’s a typo. It’s supposed to be “assess”. 😛
Am i immature or naive/innocent for actually reading it as assess…?
I’m just wondering why on earth you were walking outside with your socks on. Unless you’re American, in which case you probably wear shoes inside the house, so I guess it would be logical not to wear them outside. :’D
I’m from the US, and I can honestly say that my shoes always come off when I enter someone’s house. And most people I know do the same. Might just be where I am or something, but most people I know consider it weird to keep your shoes on inside. Still, didn’t know that was a stereotype of Americans…
Yes it is. You would be amazed at what the world stereotype us with….and most of it is true….
Probably because when you’re camping, you don’t want to track in your muddy shoes all over the tent floor that you will be sleeping on. I’m guessing A was in such a hurry, she forgot to put her shoes on?
Well, it’s a 9yo kid. How much logic do you expect?
hahhaa omg poor girl but still it was panic hahah xD
I really identify with this comic. Also, the art style on this one seems subtly different… I’m not sure why I feel that way. *shrug* Great as always, though! 🙂
Towards the end, I was thinking: “Hmm, this does not really sound like A. They would have added a bit of sarcastic humor.” …And then I read the very end. Ah, here it is!
I’m entertained by the cereal named ‘Corn Poops’
Seriously, why did they leave their breakfast there!? I wouldn’t feel guilty, serves them right for leaving their food there.
Scouting isn’t scouting if weird food stories aren’t involved.
U h, I’m not sure I understand… They don’t eat together ? Everyone just go put food leftovers near their tent ? ^^; what about ants ? ^^;
I expected the obvious Beets by Dre
Ahh, yes, that moment of reliving something so totally stupid, completely innocuous event that no one remembers… And hating yourself a little for it and wondering what you should do with your life. I’m passingly familiar. Yeah, “passingly,” sure.
Does anybody else want to eat a box of corn poops now?
Yep. And I’d like to try the Tooty Beans sometime, too!
I think the time you spent brushing your teeth with cat spittle balences your karma nicely.
So it was YOU! Dammit A!
Sorry you had a lousy time in scouts. I enjoyed it, but I had a good troop, and you can definitely get stuck with some crappy troops.
Well, I certainly selfishly prefer for you to write fun comics twenty years later xD
Did only I notice this?
Hey, just stalk the girl, get her number, call and tell her, dude
Wow. I clicked next expecting more funny cat anecdotes or maybe another incisive observation on gender politics. Instead I got a story that reached out of my monitor to grab me by the throat while screaming “THIS IS YOU, YOU HORRIBLE PERSON. THIS IS A PERSONAL MESSAGE JUST FOR YOU ABOUT YOUR TERRIBLE LIFE FAILINGS THAT WILL HAUNT YOU FOREVER!”
Because I had this *exact* experience as a child. Okay, not literally the foot-in-cereal thing, but that moment where you commit a horrible faux pas and there are no witnesses . . . so the temptation to slip away instead of owning up is just too strong. Cowardice wins out and for the rest of your life you’re reminded in odd moments that you wronged someone out of simple, pointless cowardice.
Also, I know from this comic that you have lived a very, very different life from mine (cis male here, also living in a different country) so there’s something a little bit beautiful about my being able to feel this moment of commonality with you. Especially since it implies that my experiences were far more universal than I imagined at the time. So thankyou for that. Even if I didn’t need the guilt flashback.
P.S: I love how, after stepping in the cereal, you still went on to steal the bacon *and* took advantage of the cereal kerfluffle to do so. Shameless.
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