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Not bad for a beaner.
If he thinks there’s such thing as a simple woman, he’s missing a few screws
That’s obvious from panel 2, where they’re not stopping his eyes from rolling around in his head!
At least she will be able to “screw up” the life of men again.
By the way, when will the Ikea model will be available?
What’s that book he’s looking at in the last panel?
Indeed, this comic is completely inaccurate. What guy would ever read the directions?
I feel so sorry for that guy. The one woman who he would expect to not reject him and he can’t even put her together. Sounds like Milan actually!
Heh… I did a comic similar to this…
What’s that whole thing he’s assembling around the pussy?
The correct term is “woman”, you sexist bigot! Women are more than soft, warm, lascivious, sensuous body parts, you know? Why, some of them are almost as smart as you or me.
Seeing that ToonFool deleted his avatar, I hope he didn’t take my post seriously. I was just messing with him.
In fact, I’d like to take this opportunity to say I hope no one takes my posts too seriously, it’s all light banter & playful mocking. Something that would be preposterous to point out as recently as 10 years ago, but there you go. Sensitivity levels are way too high these days. Once again, America screws it up for everyone else, thanks!
I have no idea why my avatar disappeared? I think they deleted my account, well fuck. But yes, you did hurt my feelings :'(
Shit its not working. What’s the site called again?
It’s called gravatar make sure you’re using the right email address or it won’t work
Done a long time ago – https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Insert_Knob_A_in_Hole_B
That shit comes with a manual? Definitely easier than a woman.
This reminds me of an Isaac Asimov short story about people fed up with building things using tons of screws, gears, slots and tabs that require reading blurred, illegible instructions. So they send in a request for a robot that will build for them. The robot arrives in a box…in pieces. It requires assembly using screws, gears, slots and tabs and has blurred, illegible instructions.
This genuinely made me chuckle.
The second panel is magnificent. Love your comics, John, keep ’em coming.