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  1. Thanks Hugh…

    …for making me laugh….

  2. Modern Day Dating

    Here is a funny look at modern dating brought to you by Gaping Void….

  3. This is great :)

  4. Yeah, I read your blog

    What I realised during the blogger meetings, or any other meeting with bloggers for that matter is the fact that they do know a lot about me, and I about them – Aizuddin Danian recently had something regarding this knowledge…

  5. Yeah, I read your blog

    What I realised during the blogger meetings, or any other meeting with bloggers for that matter is the fact that they do know a lot about me, and I about them – Aizuddin Danian recently had something regarding this knowledge…

  6. Fanstastic, past three or four blogging cartoons have made me laugh out loud. You’re on a roll Hugh.

  7. good for you?

    good for you? (Via gapingvoid .)

  8. BOL.

    The best blog cartoon yet .

  9. I wish. They don’t want to share and so never mention my stay-overs…

  10. Lovely “ars-poetic” blog cartoon

    It’s plain, simple, funny and decisive: http://www.gapingvoid.com/Moveable_Type/archives/001422.html from Gapingvoid (many more creative comics snippets there).

  11. Blogging Hits The Dating World

    Check out Hugh’s work

  12. Was it good for you?

    Hugh from gapingvoid.com is considering this cartoon for a blogging t-shirt!

  13. Was it good for you?

    I wish I could get this on a t-shirt:
    …Oh wait, I can.

  14. Right on target..!
    After researching the stories of several bloggers who’ve been fired, it’s difficult to have much sympathy for them. Many seem to use the same, vindictive modus operandi ;
    1. Publicize the blog & MAKE SURE that everyone in the office is reading.
    2. Under the THINNEST guise of “annonymity”, make-up some easily identifiable ‘screen names’ for everyone in the office.
    3. Proceed to BASH & ridicule ALL of your co-workers AND every management decision in a PURELY negative manner.
    This is a GUARANTEED formula for making enemies, and it’s equally obvious that nothing good could ever come of such pranks.
    If these ‘journalists’ couldn’t show ANY loyalty to the company that was paying them, or ANY respect for their co-workers… Maybe they DESERVED to be FIRED.

  15. thanks, that makes my weekend ;))
    Nicole

  16. You’re on Sexy & Wired!

  17. blog cartoon

  18. blog cartoon

  19. gapes of wrath

    do you read gaping void? why the hell, not? you slackers. i have so many favorites, but here are a few that just can’t be missed… assholes stupid fuck still an asshole oh fuck off nothing to say blog aid…

  20. Found A Funny

    -Gaping Void via Chez Pim. As I was looking through cooking blogs- which is something that I want to have more links on-somewhere, probably on the WordPress rendition I am slaving away on- I found this. I am in…

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