Thursday, November 17, 2005

One Wednesday Evening

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The lesson for today, kids? Don't leave the digital camera lying around the house.

:)

13 comments:

Arashi-KIshu said...

Grissom is the shizzit!

Sean said...

Arashi-Kishu: Yeah, I thought this'd get a reaction from a CSI fan. :)

Dean said...

As a Pikachu-fan's father (my daughter has, I think, 5 of them, including a giant one - plus I love Pickachu myself), I found this strip sublime :)

Elbert said...

Made my day, this one. :)

Sean said...

Dean, Elbert: I've been wanting to do something like this for about two years now, ever since I first came across the Fuzzy Knights webcomic. :)

Paeng said...

This is soo nice, really funny.. haha.. :))

banzai cat said...

Hehe I don't know, I thought the strip was pretty profound. ;-)

Sean said...

Paeng: Thanks. :)

Banzai Cat: Now that you mention it, it probably is. :)

Ida said...

Ang cute cute! XD

DarkHalf said...

Argh! As a pikachu fan, I resent that he's been subjected to a lowly spot as a punchline filler...

Great entrance though. ;)

Sean said...

Ida, Darkhalf: I can't believe that this post is still getting comments over a year after its conception... I should put together a sequel. :)

pgenrestories said...

I just came across this purely by chance. My kids have been Pokemon fans for some time now, and when they talk with their friends about the show I feel like it's way over my head. My eldest goes "Pika!" quite often for no reason at all, interrupting any regular ongoing conversation. Drives her Mom crazy. So this one really made me chuckle.

Sean said...

pgenrestories: I get the feeling that that has probably become the sole purpose of the expression "Pika!" in the first place. It exists to interrupt conversations, replace punchlines, and generally remind us of the legacy of a little yellow 'pocket monster'. :)