This is basically a drinking game.
You sit in a circle around a campfire. One person says, “I’ve never…” and then finishes the sentence. If you HAVE done whatever it is, then you take a drink.
I’ve never wrote webcomics that only I found funny.
I would totally drink.
See how it works?
Now you try it!
Like any good D&D character, Zevlon assuredly had his ring engraved with his name, and a tiny adorable little heart after it.
Yep, I’m sure of it.
In our current September-June D&D/Pathfinder campaign, none of us can really ever remember this one guy’s name. But we’re searching for his ring!
The GM is not amused.
Sing us a song; You’re the piano man!
Sing us a song tonight.
Well, we’re all in the mood for a melody,
and you’ve got us feeling all right!
~ Billy Joel
I love a piano, I love a piano
I love to hear somebody play
Upon a piano, a grand piano
It simply carries me away
~ Irving Berlin
Skotte and I have often found ourselves with a lot of candy around any holiday. So we dubbed ourselves “The Candy Kids!”
~ TASTE THE RAINBOW! ~
It works best if you shout this gleefully with a mouth full of smarties, or your lips, teeth and fingertips covered with delicious chocolate.
I was in a D&D/Pathfinder game a bit ago. My character became “panicked” and I asked, “What does panicked mean?”
Our dear GM replied, “It means you drop what you are holding and run away! It’s like being “shaken” but more!”
“You mean like being “feared” by a warlock in WoW?”
“Yes, but you also drop your stuff.”
My jaw dropped. “But, my precious sword! I don’t wanna drop it!”
“Pretend they are sugar peas and drop ’em!”
“Ok!” I said. I had no other choice but to channel my inner Catbug.
It is up for debate as to whether I am actually funny or not.
I think I’m hilarious however.
Here, we combine Shakespeare, with 1980s pop culture favorite, the Tootsie Pop, which is actually an incarnation of Dustin Hoffman’s beloved character Tootsie.
(He’d totally be root beer flavored, yo!)
It’s like Angry Bird, only not.😀
Angry Barnacle is seriously codependent!
It will attach itself to you and never let go.
Skotte asked me what this comic meant. I don’t really know. I was just moved to draw it.