That was a pretty major slip of the tongue there.
Maybe it was just a typo ! The O key is next to the I key.
Colin would be so sad to be called an “Old Colon” during his golden years at the cardboard retirement home.
i love old colons too.
“Old Colon”! HAHA
I love how he looks all stooped and stuff! Hilarious!
This is amazing lmao
And unfortunately accurate! haha
People ARE bloody morons. :3 Well, some are.. or maybe a lot more.
HA! He’d get on well with PB for sure. Or maybe not if he hates everyone :S
Hah! I love this comic.You’re characters are amazing! The color is brilliant and I LOVE the fabrics you use for clothes and things. So creative!
Thus ends part one of “How Sebastian Lost His Balls”.
Part Two is at
Dang! Part Two is at <a href="http://tinypic.com?ref=1zdq1iw"
I don’t know much about how the English “swear” (?) I guess…. but do you really say “bleeding” or was that part of the joke?
No of course not! We’re nothing like stereotypes.
aw, old colin is cute.
I’m not giving up! Part Two is at http://tinypic.com?ref=1zdq1iw
=( if my kids grow up like that I would have failed as a father… or it’s simply the result of the society we live in and we just have to bear with it is only a stage and will pass eventually.
Sebastian! Since your being so mean to your father, Colin, I’m going to lecture you about potatoes.
Potatoes were Ireland’s main food source, they relied on it for food storage for who knows how long! Some people said they shouldn’t be to reliful on their crops. But the others didn’t listen. When a big war came, all the potatoes were destroyed. And Ireland went into a big famine.
Now, Sebastian, I hope you learned your leason.
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