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Nice sales pitch, lol~
the guy knows his stuff~
unless he was actually trying to make fun of him~
the question is why he wanted change in the first place~
Many fat people make it point to keep change on them…you never know when you’ll come across that perfect vending machine 🙂
didn’t think that most fat people~
were out and about looking for perfect vending machines~
well at least they are walking around~
and not embedded into a couch~
Yup, me gusta 🙂
Knowing Ryan, my first thought was this guy was going to eat the change.
Listen, I only ate those quarters on a dare!…And so when I took a dump I could say “keep the change.”
best $2 he’ll ever make all day
The guy behind the counter looked and acted very healthy indeed 🙂
Buisness 101: make sure the customer does not leave your store with ANY of the money they walked in with. 😉
I find it quite funny that you drew the background all the time anew.
This is what distinguishes real artists from lazy artists. They actually love to draw!
Thanks, Tar. We very much abide by “working smarter, not harder”…so we’re just lazy in disguise 🙂
Be the “change” you want to see in the world–in this case, Chubbykins wants the world to be fat AND stupid.
This is awesome! The sales trick is to figure out what the mark might want to buy with the change and upsell him. With me it’s more art supplies, just to spend an even $50.
Ryan, take note of this tactic! Gotta use it at our next convention. Buy a print/T-shirt, but spend an even 50 and get the bonus high-five up high and down low.
Sort of both, actually. He was hnaigng out with a guy who wanted to eat Earth, but wound up being a good guy after being exiled to Earth by his former master.OK. I’m hnaigng up my geek hat now.
The final endgame here involves simply making the money out of french fries.
Ryan….i sure hope you’re fat if you want to make this fat joke
I see what you did there.