How To Avoid Having To Pay Friends Back [Comic]

Well that’s one way to avoid paying your friends back. That memo line can be used for pure evil, never forget. [By DogHouseDiaries] Advertisements

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When You Start Living Life Again [Comic]

You can’t even argue with that. We think we love all this tech, but the truth is, it sort of keeps us as its servants. Funny to think what would evolve if we chose to step away from it all for awhile and just live life again. [Source: AmazingSuperPowers]

New Tweets Inducted into the Twitter Hall of Fame [Comics]

Here are some of the latest and greatest cartoons from our friends over at Twaggies.com. We like to think of the tweets they illustrate as inductees into the Twitter Hall of Fame, preserving them for posterity. Make sure you follow Twaggies on Twitter and Facebook (and Instagram @twaggies) to get your daily Twags!  

10 New Tweets Inducted into the Twitter Hall of Fame [Comics]

Here are some of the latest and greatest cartoons from our friends over at Twaggies.com. We like to think of the tweets they illustrate as inductees into the Twitter Hall of Fame, preserving them for posterity. Make sure you follow Twaggies on Twitter and Facebook (and Instagram @twaggies) to get your daily Twags!

Some New Twaggies

Here are some of the latest and greatest cartoons from our friends over at Twaggies.com. Make sure you follow them on Twitter and Facebook to get your daily Twags!

Axe Cop

Comic illustrator Ethan Nicolle went home for the Christmas holidays and listened to his five-year-old brother Malachai tell stories. Now, if you’ve ever been around a five-year-old boy, you know what kind of stories they tell, full of things little boys love like dinosaurs, space travel, weapons, aliens, super heroes, explosions, robots, and cops. And […]

Product

Product is a graphic tale by Jon Phillips of Utopian Psychosis (one of the best blog names I’ve ever heard). The dystopian sci-fi plot can get a bit depressing, but stay with it (it’s not all that long). You’ll be glad you read it through to the end. [via Digg]