*Stifle is a wonderful word. A little rude, perhaps, but wonderful nonetheless…
*Sorry for the skip day on Thursday… I did something else, that I’ll be posting on the weekend. Meanwhile you get a Saturday cartoon tomorrow to make up for it. Also, if you wonder why today’s episode isn’t as funny as you think it should be… trust me… it’s part of a two day gag. It will be funnier tomorrow when you see what happens next. Or, I suppose, it still might not be funny and I’m just terrible at this. Stay tuned! 🙂
*Okay, I know what you’re thinking… Where’s the joke? I mean, it’s just two guys talking… and the one guy’s wife calls him home for dinner. That’s not funny! Okay, yeah… it’s not laugh-out-loud funny… but if you think about it… their names are kind of funny, right? Besides, these are new characters. Give ’em a chance to grow on you. Everybody’s not funny on command all the time! Sometimes stuff just happens… it’s not good, it’s not bad, it’s not funny… it’s just life, happening. Watch the life happen folks. Watch the life happen.
*That’s right… all the jokes that practically write themselves in a neat little package. The new character so awesome that you ask yourself why wasn’t he here all along?
*Thus ends the latest installment of Batfly and Robant… not with a bang, but with a thud. The longest running Batfly and Robant so far, but their story is not complete. Our creped crusaders shall return whenever Fisherman Gorton needs them… but tomorrow is a new day, and with a new day comes… new characters? Stay tuned!
*C’mon… you didn’t think it was just going to end cleanly did you? I have to run this thing firmly into the ground before it’s over. 🙂
*The bulk of this week has actually been taking place last week, but you knew that, right? So today is finally Monday again, but tomorrow is Friday. Wouldn’t it be nice if every week just went directly from Monday to Friday?
*I promise… this is headed towards some inspired and unexpected places that at least one or two people might actually find funny! 🙂
*That switch has always been there, right? I mean, it wouldn’t just suddenly appear as a convenient and necessary plot device without any previous existence or explanation, right? Surely it has always been there and we just never really noticed. Yes, that must be it. 🙂
*Have you ever started a story and then didn’t really have an ending so you just keep it going and hope something happens? I’m asking for a friend… 🙂