A simply brilliant strip. I love it!
solient green is people aaaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh
haha! I just watched that movie last week!
recycling racist bastard
well, he’s allowed to be when they might realise that he is a waste of cardboard and recycle him :3
HA! My favorite so far.
not ashamed to admit, I have no idea what this is supposed to mean.. Why is she so offended by recycling? Recycling is good.. Even in the context of paper/cardboard people, recycling should be like reincarnation which sounds like a better fate than death..
I just want to understand..
I totally agree. Recycling sounds awesome
I think she’s more angry at the idea of being recycled at the time. Recycling would be equivalent to our cremation or burial, I think. So to stumbled upon a recycling sign while they’re walking would be like being in a park and then BAM there’s a grave and it’s specifically for you with a tombstone and a sign saying: “come this way”.
Or maybe she’s offended by the fact that someone has put a sign for recycling in such a strange place. Like a pet cemetary in a kid’s playground. The kids would be like “what are all these little graves for?” And you wouldn’t want to say pets, because then they’d be scared that their dog was going to be buried alive.
That’s how I interpret it anyway.
I think that’s a good analysis, Bluth.
Evan Diaz?! I didn’t know that you read these comics! I love your comics, Evan!
I love My Cardboard Life, too! =]
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