Don't worry! Despite the title of the comic, everything is safe! I just wanted to point out this one comic page of Questionable content. Right Here:
The Story itself is clever, long running, and despite being entirly about real life with little to no variations to time or reality. I think sometimes people get tired. Considering Mr. Jacques has been doing this for 6 years now; updating monday monday to friday with little to no slip-ups, Being tired may very well be likely. Or maybe his joke pool is running low. Considering he's been doing this for 6 years, one is bound to run out of material for a little bit.
For some reason I thought most people used ancient material again. Many aren't likely to remember ti anyway unless they just archeive binged. In Mr. Jacques's case, he attempted to be totally original and I commend him for that. Unfortunately, The strip was as unfunny as the character's joke (I forget his name an d the cast page got lost inthe site upgrade.).
The strip usually focuses on pop-colture references, references to indie music, indie culture, and sarcasm. Or the characters themselves. And sarcasm. I didn't get a good 1/3 of the jokes becuase they were mostly about indie music and indie culture. Once it got to the characters, I got a lot more into it. But for today's comic, it was neither sarcasm, nor indie stuff, nor anything. It just seemed childish. A sad attempt at visual humor, perhaps? It sounded like they were going to have a nice snarking match about global warming or politics. Oh well.
The Next strip is a little funnier and the next one had a punchline that had me laughing for quite a bit.
Looks like he's getting his groove back, mehopes.
"If her Kawaii-fugue persists more than 90 seconds, I will administer a small electrical shock."-Momo-tan
Now that's Comedy. Also, here's a new challenge, take any quote I put on the bottom and put it out of context. Consider it a writing exercise. Put your thoughts into the comments while you're at it.
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