no point stressing out

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  1. Yes, you’re right Hugh, but while I am an undead the shit matters an awful lot.

  2. Elizabeth says:

    The drawing reminds me of the Egyptian winged disk that hung above every templr door and represented the soul. Maybe the heiroglyphs spelled out a similar message ;)

  3. Heheh. So comforting.

    Do these abstract sketches inspire the captions, or do you think of something you want to say before creating an accompanying cartoon?

  4. I think that exact thought at least 50 times a day, too often really.

    This one would make an excellent cube grenade in my mcjob.

  5. An inpsiring touch of reality! I needed that right now :)

    ps. Just read Ignore Everybody. Thanks! Worth a second and third read.

  6. Or, as i like to tut it myself:

    When you die, statistically, nobody cares

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