This is important. This needs to be discussed.
Why does no one talk about the poor oxidants?
I would, but I am highly uneducated on oxidants; for instance, I don’t even know what they are. Anyone got a definition for me?
You can think of an antioxidant as an oxidon’t.
Oxidants are the bitches in a high school group. They break up an existing relationship with makes the whole group collapse and further relationships break off as a result. It messes everything up and devolves into a festering pit of bitchiness and hate.
What a delightfully furious analogy. Thumbs up to you!
That’s why I continue to return to Bug week after week: there is simply no other comic strip, printed or on the web, that would do a strip with a theme such as this. Keep it up, ever since the death of Calvin and Hobbes (wow, that was sadly a long time ago) there hasn’t been a strip this good, effectively random, and enjoyable.
I feel like regular insight into your thought process behind where these come from would be fascinating.
I’m pretty sure there will soon be a “Huber Defense” in criminal courts after psyciatrists starts going bloody murder trying to figure out Adam’s mind! 😀
i hate it when i come up with jokes (i made an antioxident joke a while ago) and then you come and make the same joke, except with tactful delivery and more witty phrasing. although i think i could draw a better oxidant than you… actually, nope, probably not
Oxidants can make candy corn spontaneously combust. My chemistry class has taught me this.
Wait, isn’t candy corn supposed to do that?
MIne never lasted long enough to find out. So news to me too.
Didn’t take long for Goodwin’s Law to rear it’s head…
well if you DID run into an oxidnet…
I’m sure it wouldn’t be on purpose
Bug doesn’t speak. This disturbs me. Greatly.
Really? I figured most folks would have been relieved by that. He can be such a Chatty Cathy.
I guess that’s what weirded me out. It’s agaisnt his nature to appear in a comic AND be silent.
I still love the strip though. Bug says more than enough with his monchromatic stuffed cheek to get me giggling like a fool.
Maybe mommie Bug taught him not to speak with his mouth full of dem ol’ blueberries.
Aww… poor oxidants. What did they ever do to you?
…Well, besides uncontrollably react with your DNA, triggering mutations that potentially lead to malignant cancers. But, hey, I mean, everyone has their flaws, right?
Now I’m going to have to figure out how to work “Taste the Oppression” into a Skittles commercial.
Oppress the Rainbow.
Taste the Rainbow.
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