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The grass is always greener in the middle of the ocean

May 6, 2011 By Abraham

The artist who drew the comic I posted here asked me to remove it. Sorry!

You can still check it out elsewhere.

Here’s another funny one instead…

Cyanide and Happiness comic
(Cyanide & Happiness)


  1. sdhahare says:

    Well, the guy on the land can take the boat and the guy on the boat can take the land and eat brumbleberries.

  2. ToniMac says:

    This is just beautiful. I love the contrast. The guy on land is stranded and wants a boat and the other has been lost at see and wants to find land. Nice.

  3. Susan says:

    Maybe the guy on land could take the boat and the guy in the boat could get off on the island; then they could switch places again after a while…

      1. aaron says:

        no prob. i saw the guy you got it from didn’t credit it, and since you credited who you got it from figured you cared about that sort of thing.

  4. Hillary Szydlowski says:

    That is messed up that they made you take it off- the internet is all about distribution.

    1. Glytch says:

      it’s also about intellectual property rights and giving someone credit for their work, or *gasp* coming up with something yourself instead of regurgitating something you found somewhere else. hooray blogs!

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    1. dsimathguy says:

      Please, Amanda, no one wants to hear an ad on an unrelated topic, especially if the ad is completely biased one way. Leave your ads to the televisions.

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