I can see why it might not be “the same” but seriously, I loled.
A very touching comic, actually.
My thoughts as well. And he seems to be a really decent guy.
I agree. And those heels look hot on her. Much better than flats! 😀
Bill Murphy you are so hilarious! No wonder your comics are so gosh darn funny, you sexy, sexy man!
Bill stop promoting your comic by inventing another Bill…that’s just sick
Totally. This is not really Toonhole’s style. It finds no humor in somebody’s stupidity, vulgarity, or pain. I… like it, but it doesn’t fit the mold.
I thought this one might come off as kinda mean… but on second read, i guess the dude is pretty sincere. *sniff sniff*
I agree. This is mean and not really funny at all. What’s the point? That people in wheelchairs are ugly? I like a lot of your strips, but this one’s just lazy.
Won’t lie, the woman in the wheelchair seems better looking than the walking one. Heels won’t help solve that color mismatch; red hair and that dress? :/
Does it make us gay that we think a woman is less attractive because her clothes don’t match her hair?
Nah. It just means we have a working sense of aesthetics. We’d probably be gay if we brought into consideration the fact that she doesn’t even have a purse, I mean, like, seriously?
This one’s actually kind of sweet.
I hate it. Go back to the black humor and grossness.
SEEMS PRETTY FUCKED UP TO ME
Life’s sweet, life’s bitter.
It’s not just high heels that fit her.
I was laughing at this, and then feel like a horrible human being
touching, just touching
I’m torn, on one hand I feel disgusted by the view/joke regarding the specific theme. Meaning that due to her ability to walk, creating an illusion of arousal – High heel’s, walking slow-paced just for the looks and grins. – on the other hand, I find it sweet that he still showed some decency towards his wife/date. Um… could someone help me decide which emotion I should lash out in?.
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