Joe The Plumber


  1. Michael says:

    Good one! Like it very much!

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  3. Alexander says:

    I always thought the upkeep of a Dr Suess style dwelling would be a nightmare… but I still want to live in one.

  4. Chase says:

    Suess homes: strange as shit.

  5. I wonder how Dr. Suess would rhyme this strip. I don’t see any ducks in the panel… 😛

  6. Good luck working with this shmuuckk? I dunno. I dunno. I’m no Dr. Seuss.

  7. Colleen says:

    Dr. Seuss didn’t have any trouble with rhyming words. When he couldn’t find an existing one he just made one up. But there’s already plenty that rhymes with fuck.

  8. Chase says:

    As Suess would say:
    After you’re done throwing a fit.
    You best unclog his shit or
    a slap across your mitts.

  9. Mr. Seuss says:

    As he pulled up to the house,
    He observed in such pain.
    There were leaks in the pipes,
    Clogs in each drain.

    His client seemed chipper
    As a whozilof bear
    But his work was cut out.
    Did the who even care?

    He opened the pipes,
    Looked into the pit, and saw
    Lumnuts and folliwags
    Covered in shit.

    He looked at the who,
    Turned, and entered his truck.
    “But the pipes still need fixing!”
    “I don’t give a fuck.”

  10. Chase says:

    Take that, Justin Bieber! And all your fan-girls too!

  11. Hippo says:

    Brilliant. I applaud you good sir!

  12. Fayt says:

    Very good, Mr. Suess. You messed up with paragraph 3 (no rhymes there), but all and all you did a good job with it.

    • Some Random Guy says:

      Hogwash! There are no rules to poetry!

      (But if it helps, treat the words “and saw” as if they’re part of the next line.)

  13. grammar nazi says:

    Actually in the third paragraph pit and shit rhyme.
    (Nice try though Fayt)